Bodega Bamz & Tanboys: Trip to Toronto (Documentary)

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Even for someone who spends literally almost every waking minute on the internet listening to new music, there are just too many new artists coming out every day to keep up with even those worthy of my time. So I'll be honest, when Bodega Bamz first started making noise, I took a listen, dug it, and then didn't dig any deeper. 

That's exactly why I'm so stoked to unveil this new mini-documentary on Bamz and his Tanboys crew. In just six minutes, this flick really made me appreciate him and his burgeoning movement not just as rappers, but as people fufilling their dreams and repping their culture to the fullest along the way. So whether you're already a devoted fan or a newcomer, you'll want to join Bamz and the crew as they travel to Toronto for a packed-out show and along the way share stories about everything from religion to relationships and link up with the Flatbush Zombies. Enjoy...

[Shot and edited by Olivia Seally. She's dope. You should check out more of her work right here.]

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