Watch This Six-Minute Documentary on the Making of Black Moon's "Enta Da Stage"

Watch This Six-Minute Documentary on the Making of Black Moon's "Enta Da Stage"

The Duck Down label put together a documentary to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Black Moon's classic 1993 debut Enta Da Stage. The album was released October 19, 1993.

Last night, the group celebrated the album's anniversary with a performance at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. On the actual anniversary, they'll be performing online at 4PM eastern on turntable.com. Tickets to watch are available for $5 online. The group will perform songs from the album, then participate in a Q&A session alongside others involved in the project, like Da Beatminerz, Dru Ha, Smif N Wessun, and "surprise guests."

The documentary, which covers how the group came together and the creation of the album, is free, and was shot by Guy Blelloch and Shane Gill for Duck Down.

Black Moon: The Beginnings from Duck Down Music Inc. on Vimeo.

[via EgoTrip]

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