This July I had the opportunity to travel to Cleveland and Philly with The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as they went on the road to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. It was an incredible experience, traveling with and getting to know the amazing crew. I am so happy to have been a part of this awesome PA team.
Thursday night, Hardwork Movement movement played a sold-out out show at Boot & Saddle in Philadelphia. The indie hip-hop/soul group performed songs off their new album, Good Problems. Local rapper Bri Steves and musician Bosley opened the show.
High points of the night for me included performances of their songs "Take Time," "Living Legends," and their rendition of "Hotline Bling" during which they handed out flowers to members of the crowd.
I came down to Philly to record some footage at the concert, which will be incorporated into a music video we are currently working on. More to come on that soon. For now, here are some photos from the show:
For more info about the band, or to find out about upcoming shows, visit hardworkmovement.bandcamp.com.