The 48-minute documentary features Jermaine’s travels through
Baton Rouge, Atlanta, and his hometown of Fayetteville. Meanwhile, he listens to local citizens tell their stories.
“I felt like it would be mad powerful for black people to see black people talking to each other. And you see a rapper who’s considered one of the biggest in the game, just listening,” he told The New York Times last month. “See how human they are, and see black men walk around with their daughters, and get a whole different perspective…If I’m listening, why can’t you listen?”