Bryce DETROIT performed “CHOKWE” at Emergence’s “I Do Mind Dying” event last Summer. The song is a powerful dedication to recently gained ancestor Chokwe Lumumba. Learn more about Chokwe Lumumba, a born and raised Detroiter who went on to found the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, and become the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi in this remembrance from Democracy Now!.
This video of Bryce DETROIT is produced by Emergence Media, filmed and edited by Tim Jagielo.
BRYCE DETROIT is a Record producer, entertainment justice activist, performing artist and native Detroiter. He grows communities and new economies as president of Detroit Recordings Company, member of Oakland Avenue Artists Coalition, and Director of Community Relations for Cass Corridor Commons.
Gayelynn McKinney (drums)
Ibrahim Jones (bass)
Tony Gordon (keys)
C Sharpe and Detroit Urban Stringz (string section)
DJ Los (turntables)
“Emergence Media and Dirt Tech Reck presents…Alright!”
Thursday July 30th 6-9pm at New Center Park in Detroit
Free. All ages. Wheelchair accessible.