After plenty of hype and building anticipation, GodChaserz The Documentary is finally set for release.
The winner of 64 film awards hits streaming platforms this spring. However, GodChaserz founder Brinson listened to the fans and is giving exclusive early access this Friday, March 17, 2023. Fans will be able to view the documentary at godchaserzdoc.com
“GodChaserz The Documentary will take viewers into the world of Christian rap as lived out by members of a scrappy, underrated independent music label who never abandoned their stated mission to share the gospel of Jesus to and through hip-hop culture.” – Sketch the Journalist
News of the exclusive release dropped today on GodChaserz social media:
This Friday exclusively on https://t.co/lG3z9s5xMf! We listened to our beloved supporters, and they wanted early access. So this FRIDAY, GodChaserz, the Documentary will be be here.
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— GodChaserz Dot Com (@GodChaserz) March 15, 2023
The documentary takes an in-depth look at one of Christian rap’s longest-running independent labels. You can watch the trailer below.
GodChaserz The Documentary is directed by Brinson and award-winning director Will Thomas. Following submission to several film festivals, the film has garnered plenty of recognition. It is the winner of such festivals as SoCal Film Awards, Milan Gold Awards, MegaFlix Film Awards, Asia Film Festival, Emerald Coast Film Festival, London International Monthly Film Festival, and several others.
Along with plenty of behind-the-scenes footage, included in the film are several interviews with key figures throughout the Christian rap world. FiveTwenty Collective even makes an appearance. FiveTwenty Co. founder Eric Boston was able to share his thoughts on the label’s impact.
“A portrait of pursuing our Creator through hip hop. This documentary provides viewers with a first-hand account of what it looks like to run an independent record label focused on sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through hip-hop. Interviews with artists, journalists, church leaders, and genre gatekeepers will enlighten audiences about this unique, black-owned entertainment company geared to encourage and entertain.”