Accomplished Kentucky indie artist Devine Carama along side associate professor Bryan Hains, were given the opportunity to teach a hip hop & community development class at the University of Kentucky this year called “Lyricism & Leadership: Hip Hop & Community Change”. The 4-week summer elective course ended with a final exam of the class completing an 8 song EP entitled, Agents of Change Volume 1, featuring themes of challenges that economically impoverished communities face. Now that the project is completed, they are to market the project and give the proceeds to a local nonprofit. The class chose “On The Move Art Studio”, a traveling art studio that cities inner city communities with FREE art workshops, as the nonprofit to donate to.
This is so dope. Devine has always been talented and unique, but the fact that he took all this time to introduce students to REAL artistry is awesome. Great black men still exist ladies!