Wesley Rose expertly co-directs the “The Get Down,” giving insight into The Experience and his groovy world through a 70’s inspired house party. Brilliantly shot in one take, “The Get Down” explores what it means to truly get down like there’s no tomorrow. He pays homage to the 70’s through funky vibes and a classic aesthetic while simultaneously blending in elements of his own present-day attachment to the DMV.
”The Get Down” reps his home territory by being shot in Baltimore and at The Grotto; The Experience adds his own personal flair by featuring his own personal friends- they were so ready to get down that even brought their own outfits for the function. Featuring fly outfits, amazing afros, and soul-infused sound, “The Get Down” proves to be an amazing experience.
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