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'I Wanna Be in the Hip-Hop Hall of Fame'

Apr 08, 2015 | 683 videos
Video by Adam Rosenberg

Tremaine Brown, a 13-year-old rapper from Harlem, dreams of musical fame in this short profile by Adam Rosenberg. Tremaine, also known as TJ Brown, started writing songs and beats two years ago with the support and encouragement of his father Maine, who works with musicians. "I like writing, I like being creative, I like making noises," he says. 

This documentary was filmed by Rosenberg and produced by wandering crew. They are currently working on a series of nationwide portraits. TJ Brown's music is available on his website and Instagram page

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Author: Chris Heller

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