Latest video from Unconquered Media for “The Storm”, the debut single by Doc feat. Spencer Battiest, showcases great filmmaking that helps tell the story of the colonial history of the Seminole people.
Kiowa/Choctaw director Steven Judd of Unconquered Media brings us a stunning visual look into the history of the Seminole people of Florida with “The Storm”, a debut video by Doc feat. Spencer Battiest of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Mixing history with digital media, Rap and R&B, this video proves to be a great medium for the translation of their message of strength and solidarity for Indigenous people.
The director Steven Judd is a successful writer and director who brings much experience to this project, having worked with the likes of Disney & ABC in addition to film festivals such as Univeral/NBC’s Comedy Shortcuts Diversity Film Festival & imagineNATIVE.
This song is also up for some NAMMY awards such as Best Rap Hip Hop Recording, Debut Artist of the Year, Song/Single of the Year.
For more information on Doc and Spencer Battiest check out thestormsong.com
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