NAS & YO GOTTI TEAM UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY ‘THE INVADERS

NAS & YO GOTTI TEAM UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY ‘THE INVADERS
NAS & YO GOTTI TEAM UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY ‘THE INVADERS

NAS & YO GOTTI TEAM UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY ‘THE INVADERS

Nas and Yo Gotti have teamed up for a new documentary titled The Invaders, which examines the plethora of radical civil rights leaders that emerged from Memphis in 1967.

The documentary will also look at how these young, overlooked leaders worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. in the hours leading up to his assassination.

“Inspired by militant black leaders like Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael, a new, radicalized generation of civil rights activists made up of young college students, Vietnam vets, musicians, and intellectuals emerged in Memphis in 1967,” Nas’ Mass Appeal said of the film on Instagram alongside its premiere trailer.

“The documentary uncovers the history and significance of the often-overlooked group of civil-rights activists who emerged in Memphis in 1967, detailing their direct involvement with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the pivotal hours leading up to his assassination.

The forthcoming documentary will be available to watch on November 1, and is executive produced and narrated by Nas. Yo Gotti and filmmaker Craig Brewer also worked alongside the New York legend.

This isn’t the first time Nas has worked on a documentary. In January, the Illmatic lyricist scored a short film from Aflac titled The Park Bench, which examines healthcare disparities in communities of color

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