“All children are born artists. The problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” – Sir Ken Robinson
On the second music video from his Prospect Avenue project, Rabbi Darkside draws inspiration from the words of British education professor/philosopher Sir Ken Robinson, Pablo Picasso, the multi-disciplinary genius of Galileo Galilei and his own experiences working in NYC public schools as an arts educator as he pays homage to the “wonder years” of childhood over some Jazzified Hip Hop. Shot in Brooklyn, the video travels from day-to-night at a backyard BBQ filled with people both young and old. Directed by Tafadzwa M. Chiriga (A Love Supreme Production), who also directed the “See Something Say Something” video.
Rabbi is currently in Europe on tour, check the dates and list of stops below.