Danny Barz, Nashoba, Scott Damn, SharmonJarmon, and Lord Haiti from The Starships Collective know the importance of cultivating Black Sucess through music. As a matter of fact, the clip for “Living Water” was filmed on 57 acres of black-owned land in Alabama. No doubt, the rich nature that surrounds this location will catch your eye immediately. Besides the great aesthetics, these artists want to challenge the ways that the industry portrays people of color.
Of course, this has to do with the attitude that one takes for the community’s benefit in different professional fields. Musically speaking, “Living Water” is fortified around a myriad of genres including Hip-Hop, Tribal, and Electronica. Moreover, it all comes together in the remarkable synergy of talents and skills. The five artists from Chicago will remind you that we as humans are mostly made up of water, which is one of the four magical elements that unite us all on Earth. Therefore, it felt almost like a spiritual experience that takes around 5 minutes to watch.