Premiering today at OkayPlayer.com, “Something to Believe,” addresses the detachment we all battle when faced with the the world’s overwhelming issues. “It’s hard to think about all the problems in the world without getting a little overwhelmed. So, a lot of times we just ignore things. I think Africa has suffered a lot because people choose to remain ignorant, rather than address the issues that are right in front of our faces,” Blitz said.
“Something to Believe,” is the second film collaboration between director Terence Nance and Blitz the Ambassador. In early 2010, Terence and Blitz teamed up to film Live Sessions, a video series documenting the making of Blitz’ EP, StereoLive.
Released in August 2009, Stereotype was one of the most successful independent releases of 2009, garnering praise from NPR, The Miami Herald, Okayplayer, Billboard Magazine, and many others. Blitz the Ambassador is currently working on his sophomore album, Native Son, slated for release in early 2011.