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Drei Ros, RobYoung, Sharlene - EXCUSE MY ACCENT (Music Inspired Short Film)
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Drei Ros, RobYoung, Sharlene - EXCUSE MY ACCENT (Music Inspired Short Film)

#DreiRos #RobYoung #Sharlene “Excuse My Accent” is a hard driving rally cry for human rights and shines a spotlight on the immigrant experience in America. Performed by Romanian/American artist Drei Ros, Sharlene from Dominican Republic & American artist RobYoung, the song delivers a message of truth, struggle, and hope. The song is produced by The Donuts and MP808 (808 Mafia) with creative assistance by Kief Brown (grammy nominated songwriter). Following the song production, Richard Stan (international award winning music video director & producer) brought the “Excuse My Accent" song to life by directing, shooting and editing the music video. With over 60 actors, International award winning producer Tian Liu (Tigertail Production) coordinated the heart pulling production. Mixing thought-provoking lyrics, a catchy hook , and hard banging lows, “Excuse My Accent” has the right blend to become a generational anthem for the next cultural wave.excusemyaccent.com. SUBTÍTULOS EN ESPAÑOL DISPONIBLES (ACTÍVALOS) LISTEN/STREAM https://cinqreleas.es/excusemyaccent JOIN THE MOVEMENT: https://www.excusemyaccent.com @Drei Ros https://instagram.com/dreiros https://facebook.com/dreiros https://twitter.com/dreiros RobYoung https://www.instagram.com/robyoungmusic https://www.robyoungmusic.com @Sharlene https://instagram.com/sharlene Executive Producer: Andre "Drei Ros" Rosca Directed by Richard Stan https://www.instagram.com/iamrichardstan Video Producer: Tian Liu https://instagram.com/tian.liu.dp Soundrack Music: Alex Mazzaev https://instagram.com/alexmazzaev Art Director: Luciano Layne https://instagram.com/iamlucianolayne Music Production by: The Donuts http://instagram.com/wearethedonuts Sergiu Gherman http://www.instagram.com/serg.thedonuts/ Tyler Mehlenbacher (Caloway) http://instagram.com/caloway_thedonuts MP808 (808 Mafia) http://instagram.com/m.p808 Mix/Master by JD Feighner http://instagram.com/jdfeighner LYRICS -[Hook]- Cause where I'm from is a long way Cross the water, nothing easy Made up my mind way back when But we on now and I ain't look back since Excuse my accent [x4] -[Verse 1]- -[Drei Ros]: Marbel floors in the Taj Mahal Cinta Costera in Panama Brooklyn to Bucharest, one world one life one love Come one come all come on Wish I can hand this off Start a chain reaction Diana Ross You Gonna have to open these doors You can never hold the walls we break that off You ever wonder what it’s like to put yourself in the shoes of a child Nowhere to call home, cause it’s burnt to the ground Pray to the clouds only to find locks on the doors (OH LORD OH LORD) Freedom call in the distance went from no pot to piss in Now we all up in that kitchen Excuse the accent, now deal with it -[Hook]- Cause where I'm from is a long way Cross the water, nothing easy Made up my mind way back when But we on now and I ain't look back since Excuse my accent [x4] -[Verse 2]- -[RobYoung]: Damn this so chaotic I say damn this so chaotic Living in the land of the free But I’m scared that the headlights right behind me don’t get patriotic Don’t get patriotic I say Don’t get patriotic I heard them say that we come from the same place Not matter where your from we leave the same way Can’t put a UHaul on the back of a casket Spent it all on some Louis Vuitton baggage When across the axis Little girl asking For access To a warm mattress Can’t sanction a sanctuary Can’t sanction a sanctuary No way no how We Sanctified and all praises say can’t hold us down Think about it now -[Drei Ros & RobYoung]: We just want some clear water Basics, food and education They say who you pray to, turn around now You don’t speak my language Is hard to find love when is opinionated Is hard to find love but you still with it You gonna have to excuse my pronunciation now deal with it -[Sharlene]: They trying to hold us and bring us down They took the time but is our time now No more waiting, no more standing outside No more being excused put the accents aside Defendemos lo que somos Con la vida y la muerte Juntos somos más fuertes Tenemos sangre latina Tienen que darse tres golpes en el pecho Cuando hay niños pagando por algo que no han hecho -[Hook]- Cause where I'm from is a long way Cross the water, nothing easy Made up my mind way back when But we on now and I ain't look back since Excuse my accent [x4]
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RobYoung & Hip Hop Artist/Activist R-Mean talk music roots & shining light on the Armenian genocide
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RobYoung & Hip Hop Artist/Activist R-Mean talk music roots & shining light on the Armenian genocide

In this episode Robert "RobYoung" Walker talks with R-mean about his start in music as an Armenian hip hop artist. Going through his multiple features including Game, Sebu, Jeremih, Scott Storch, Berner, Dave East, Styles P and more. R-Mean also discusses his plight of shining a light on the history of the Armenian genocide which is a foundation for his new song with Sebu in "We Are Still Here." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpDHkW1_N1k This interview was recorded before the 2020 Armenian war and sets context for the present. Follow R-Mean Instagram: https://instagram.com/rmean R-Mean Bio R-Mean (Armin Hariri) was born in LA, but raised in Amsterdam. Known for his explosive freestyles on shows like Sway In The Morning, MTV Rapfix, and the legendary Wake Up Show as well as his collaborations with artists like The Game, Joe Budden, Too Short, Kxng Crooked and King Los this American-Armenian emcee is taking no prisoners while leaving his mark in the hip hop game. Raised by a single mother after his father succombed to an ill-timed death, Hip Hop became his father figure and at 18 he chose to use school as a means for him to move back to LA and pursue his musical career. He went on to not only graduate from college but became a role model in his community when he started the #OpenWounds1915 movement which helps raise awareness about humanitarian injustices in the world. From rocking the legendary House of Blues Sunset Strip in LA to performing for thousands on Time's Square in NYC, R-Mean never ceases to impress. With a flow reminiscent of Nas & Eminem, a distinctive background, and raw passion and honesty in his music, R-Mean has built loyal following that never fails to show how much his music touches their lives. Follow Excuse My Accent Instagram: https://instagram.com/Excusemyaccent.co Twitter: https://twitter.com/excusemyaccentx Facebook: https://Instagram.com/excusemyaccentpage More RobYoung https://Robyoungmusic.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/robyoungmusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/robyoungmusic About Excuse My Accent Excuse My Accent is a global media platform designed to share cultural stories of inclusivity, spotlight incredible individuals from diverse backgrounds, and feature organizations that support multicultural communities. That is our mission. About Story Sessions w/ RobYoung Taking artist, actors and advocates, Excuse My Accent "Story Sessions" gears at creating a space for candid open dialogue about contribution, hearing cultural stories and humanizing the diverse experiences in and outside of the entertainment industry. Powered by Dream Roots Creative https://Dreamrootscreative.com