OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: “The Divide” is a thought-provoking and suspenseful drama that explores the personal cost of morality, ambition, ethics, politics, and race in today’s justice system through the eyes of Christine Rosa played by Marin Ireland, an impassioned caseworker with The Innocence Initiative, and Adam Page played by Damon Gupton, an equally passionate district attorney and political rising star. Eleven years ago, the Butler family was attacked in their Philadelphia home and all but the youngest daughter were brutally murdered. The senseless deaths of this affluent African American family, seemingly at the hands of two white construction workers, Terry Kucik (Joe Anderson) and Jared Bankowski (Chris Bauer), threatened to ignite a racial firestorm in the City of Brotherly Love. Adam Page (Gupton), himself an affluent black man and the city’s District Attorney as well as a political rising star, made a name for himself by securing convictions for both men, leading to the death penalty ruling for Bankowski.”
“Now, Christine Rosa (Ireland), a caseworker with the Innocence Initiative, believes Bankowski was wrongly convicted of the heinous murders and struggles to stop his impending execution, while tirelessly working to exonerate Kucik.In her search for the truth, Christine uncovers evidence that puts her at odds with Adam who will do everything in his power to uphold the verdict and keep his reputation intact. His actions put a strain on his marriage to Billie, played by Nia Long, a powerhouse corporate attorney at a crossroads in her personal and professional life. Throughout the journey, all three of their pasts resurface as they are faced with the question of one man’s guilt or innocence intertwined with their own personal histories.”
On messymandella.com I will continue digging through the crates of my parent’s obscure music and locating hits with distinction and sample worthy material worth revisiting in numerous hidden hits, or obscure soul ballads and rhythm and blues hits.
Lil Bro full of himself because of Erykah Badu’s Co-Sign, but WE already knew that!.
Jihad Shamir (born January 27, 1993) in Elizabeth New Jersery began his musical exploration when he was seven years old. His music name “Hooligan” was given to him by a group of his neighborhood peers. Hooligan’s first decision to do music was when he learned his father (Marc James Hawkins) was a very great artist and hung around most of the legends from the 80s. Hip Hop is in his DNA, and will continue to an integral part of his development. Different sounds, genres, and samples are collected and interpolated in each musical composition, from this native of Jersey.
I told you music lovers, he’s different.