Hip Hop’s Great Migration : Can’t Forget NJ

A docu-series that explores hip-hop cultures migration from NYC to other regions of the country.

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ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

Thomas Freeman Jr. is a writer/producer and novelist from New Jersey. After releasing three novels, “The Organization” (2008) “Sons of Sin” (2009), “Her Little Secret” (2010), and writing dozens of articles for print an online magazines. Next Freeman wrote, produced and directed his debut feature length documentary “Live 2 Tell: The Lucas Torres Story”. Freeman followed that up with, “Hip-Hop’s Great Migration” which is currently being shopped to various cable and streaming services. Freeman’s wrote f\\\\ “Her Little Secret”, which is based on his novel of the same name, is complete and set for release later this year. Freeman is also writer and show runner for the independently co-wrote and produced TV show “Chase Street” starring Clifton Powell. The Show is currently in post-production. Freeman is also a member of the Los Angeles Film School chapter of the National Honor Society of the Entertainment Arts and graduated Cum Laud with a B.A. in Digital Film Production in July 2018. Currently Freeman is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing from Full Sail University.