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[via press release from ALLBLK]
A Closer Look with Anthony Hamilton | Official Trailer (HD) | An ALLBLK Original
Check out the official trailer for A Closer Look with #AnthonyHamilton - premiering December 23 only on ALLBLK #ACloserLook
About A CLOSER LOOK:
A Closer Look is a music documentary series that profiles R&B, Soul, and Hip-Hop artists whose song(s) have and continues to top the billboard charts and re-shape the music industry. The series will highlight the artist's career from the beginning to present day. Each episode will consist of a one on one sit-down interview between the artist and producer of the show, and will also highlight music videos/live performances, studio sessions, archival interviews, B-roll footage, and guest interviews.
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