Nick Grant Travels Back To The Juke Joint Era In Mini-Film “Get Up/The Sing Along”

Nick Grant taps deeper into his southern roots, and takes it back to the Jim Crow-era juke joints, and church-under-the-tent revival in his new mini-film, “Get Up/The Sing Along,” featuring WatchTheDuck and Ricco Barrino.

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Directed by Bryan Barber, a suave Grant has an eventful evening as he walks through a juke joint, rocks the stage, and leaves with the prettiest woman in the building. But before leaving, Grant has to knock out her jealous love interest.

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In the second half of the film, Grant finds himself within a tented church service. With the preacher spewing biblical wisdom, and the congregation agreeing, the South Carolina native takes in the scene while spitting a thought-provoking verse about some of your favorite rappers falling off, and the myriad of analogous hits hogging blogs and radio stations.

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Back in October, Grant released his project, A Seat At the Table (Plus One). Also, be on the lookout for the January release of his project, The Return of the Cool.

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Watch the mini-film below.