We weren't without challenges, first of which was the long and exhausting fight for the official Facebook fan page - Stevie had a lot of fans who bought his legacy from the 90s into the age of social media, but most had gone dark. While it might not sound important, getting the page was pretty vital in ensuring we had a platform and a space to gather content and reach out to the community. We the set on the process of collecting archive footage, writing the treatments and finding the story.
In September 2017, we partnered with THTC to kick off a line of ethically produced, organic clothing, with artwork from Devolution Designs. This year marks the 20-year anniversary of Stevie’s passing, and so now we can officially announce that profits from the sale of the collection will go into funding ‘The Hidden Influence,’ the official -and hopefully definitive - documentary about Stevie Hyper D, and the London jungle scene.
Darrell and myself introduced the next phase in the project, on Uncle Dugs' Rinse FM show in July. Take a listen - we've got lots in store for 2018, including a party event at the end of the year.
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