Derrick B. Harden
Derrick B. Harden is a true renaissance man, motivated by his will to help spread artistic expression in the community. As a rapper, art curator, actor and filmmaker he has worked with Wu-Tang Clan, the Hole gallery, Dame Dash’s Poppington Gallery, HBO’s show Betty and the Harold Hunter Foundation, to name a few. Just this year Derrick self-released Super Thot Trilogy, albums for those that love underground hip hop. Derrick’s stories of growing up in Brownsville, Brooklyn, have sparked much interest in the film world. He is currently in development on a television project with a major network with co-creator Crystal Moselle. He is also writing a film project about forgiveness that focuses on his childhood growing up in Brownsville in the late ’80s and early ’90s. From his early days in high school playing the role of Rabbi in Fiddler on the Roof, to his time touring with rap acts such as Damien Marley, Cormega and Mr. Cheeks of the Lost Boyz, Derrick continues to lead with his creative eye and integrating his network and love for hip-hop and the urban community.