A video for the non-profit Mama Hope that has African Men sarcastically playing up their warlord stereotypes in Hollywood cinema. This video helped launch the successful and viral "Stop the Pity" campaign.
CDZA was a NYC-based music collective that placed over 150 conservatory trained musicians in witty, clever, experimental viral music videos. In just 18 months, the channel grew to 300k subscribers and traveled the world as Google's house band.
This was the first series to introduce the concept of education in the form of levels of increasing complexity. Each episode features an expert explaining a concept in 5 levels from a kid all the way to peer.