Scholar, Author, & Composer Rihki Kennebrew
I Can’t Breathe: From the forthcoming musical short film series The Philosopher King.
Friday August 14, 2015 I Can’t Breath will be debut globally on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Music. I Can’t Breathe marks Kennebrew’s 25th digitally distributed musical project.
More than just another protest song, or trendy R&B radio tune, I Can’t Breathe is part of the social injustice thesis Kennebrew is delivering through his academic studies at Cheney University of Pennsylvania.
I Can’t Breathe is timely, and highly relevant. The premise of the song is centered on the pervasive racial disparities and human injustices faced by many within todays culture.
I Can’t Breathe was written, arranged, produced, and performed by Rihki Kennebrew for Def Anointed International LLC, and 21st Century Soul Productions. Renowned film director Nick Asenjo will direct the music film shorts for the project. The second release from the project will be Southern Trees, which is an ode to Billie Holiday’s classic Strange Fruit.
This fall scholar, composer, and songwriter, Rihki Kennebrew will release a series of musical short films and a full length CD both entitled, The Philosopher King
Each song and its associated video have extraordinary radio hit potential, and the capacity to ignite video viral phenomena. However, their primary platform will be academic symposiums such as the Thurgood Marshall Foundation, National Black Graduate Students Association, and NAACP.
Kennebrew is an academic scholar, Phi Theta Kappa alumnus, and member of the Keystone Honors Academy. He is the CEO of children’s obesity prevention organization Eat Kool Productions, and co-author of the children’s health literacy book, The Healthy Adventures of Charisma N’ Trisha Goode. His affiliations with B.M.I and NARAS span more than 20 years.
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