"KRS ONE: Brooklyn to the Bronx" introduces the life and teachings of the legendary emcee, KRS ONE. On the road to becoming a Hip Hop pioneer, "KRS ONE" tells the story of his life as a young man living homeless on the streets of Brooklyn, sleeping in parks, the subway, all the while visualizing his path to becoming an emcee. Eventually landing in the Bronx, he begins to find his voice in rhyme battles inside New York's shelter system and on the street. Told in his own words both on and off the stage, "KRS ONE: Brooklyn to the Bronx" tells the first chapter of Hip Hop’s master teacher and true philosopher.
KRS ONE: Brooklyn to the Bronx
Director: Seth "Brimstone" Schere, Jerry Kolber, Jacob Schere, Joshua Moïse
Producer: Seth “Brimstone127” Schere, Jerry Kolber, Jacob Schere
Cinematographer: Jerry Kolber, Jacob Schere
Editor: Joshua Moïse
Additional Credits: Interview Conducted By: Seth "Brimstone127" Schere, Interview Camera: Shane Kinsler
Principal Cast: KRS-One
Seth "Brimstone" Schere is founder of PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching Hiphop, Inc. Jerry Kolber's work as a producer has been seen on Nat Geo, Bravo, e! and A&E. Jacob Schere is a photographer known for his discovery of unnoticed beauty in the everyday world. Josh Moïse is a filmmaker currently prepping a comedy feature, "Medal of Victory".
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PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching Hiphop, Inc.