Esperance Hip Hop Project

Esperance Hip Hop Project

Susie Blatchford

Esperance Community Arts, one of Country Arts WA’s Peak Core Arts Funded organisations worked with Indigenous Hip Hop Productions (IHHP) on the deadly Act-belong-Commit Hip Hop Project.

IHHP worked alongside students from Esperance Senior High School, in partnership with Escare and Clontarf, to promote the Act-Belong-Commit message through music and dance. Students wrote and recorded lyrics which reflected their idea of healthy social behaviour, whether it be committing to a sporting team, training hard or simply keeping friendships. The music video was filmed over several days among the beautiful scenery Esperance has to offer.

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