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Balancing Fatherhood While Pursuing Hip Hop Dreams in Doc 'Divided Time'

Shadow and Act By Karen Marie Mason | Shadow and Act June 16, 2014 at 5:21PM

Several hip-hop artists attempt to find a balance between the responsibilities of fatherhood and the demands of pursuing their dreams in the music industry.
Divided Time

From the director of “Heaven Can Wait” and “Change In The Game” comes “Divided Time” a mini documentary on the challenge of balancing fatherhood and pursuing the hip hop dream. 

“Both my friend and I lost our fathers not too far apart and we wanted to do something to honor them,” said filmmaker Will Feagins jr. 

Years later, “Divided Time” was born, which features local Atlanta superstars, including Ekundayo and Def Poetry’s Abyss and many others.

A young indie filmmaker on the rise, Feagins was featured on S&A last year here, in a piece profiling his past work.

His short Documentary “UNDEREXPOSED: Indie Hip Hop in Atlanta" will be screened at this year’s Black Star Film Festival in Philadelphia.

Watch a trailer for "Divided Time" below:

Karen Marie Mason is a producer, location scout and music supervisor living in Atlanta.

This article is related to: Will Feagins, Jr.

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