Hakeem Khaaliq

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Hakeem Khaaliq
Born Hakeem Khaaliq
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nationality United States of America
Occupation
Home town Los Angeles, California
Website nation19.com

Hakeem Khaaliq (also Hakeem Abdul-Khaaliq) is an award-winning American cinematographer, television producer, film director, photographer, multi-media activist, graphic design artist, and visual anthropologist. Before his career in film and television he worked as a music producer, music publisher, music supervisor and radio personality.[1][2][3][4] In 1995 Khaaliq founded Radio Bums® and in 2010 he co-founded Nation19 magazine / APDTA with longtime partner Queen Muhammad Ali.[5][6][7]

Early life and career

Khaaliq was born and raised in South Central, Los Angeles, CA. His father was a stuntman with work featured in the film The Spook Who Sat By The Door.[8] Khaaliq is also the great nephew to prominent photographer Addison N. Scurlock.[9] Khaaliq credits longtime family friend Howard Bingham and his mentor Jamel Shabazz as his greatest influences in photography. Early in his career, Khaaliq began directing and producing documentary films (the first film he directed starred Snoop Dogg and Sean Puffy Combs), but his passion for social change and activism led him to direct and produce films focusing on pressing global issues.[10][11]

Awards

  • 2017 Artist Research and Development Grants recipients[12]
  • Winner of Best Short Documentary 24th annual Pan African Film Festival, February 2016 (Co-Director)
  • Mutianyu Fellowship Residency Awardees, Beijing, China, September 2016[13]

Works

Film and television

Music videos and commercials

Designer and multimedia

Michael Jackson commissioned Khaaliq and his partner Queen Muhammad Ali to design a cover for his "This Is It" London tour. The work included the design of The Earth Song website, design of MichaelJacksonCO.com website, print campaigns and the design of The Earth Song Logo.[34]

Music producer / Remixer / Composer

References

  1. ^ Michael Roberts (22 October 2006). "United They Stand". Westword. 
  2. ^ Dave Herrera (October 23, 2006). "Bums Rushed". 
  3. ^ Mehle, Michael (February 28, 2006). "FILM TO SHED LIGHTING ON HIDDEN HIP-HOP". Newspaper. Retrieved 14 July 2016 – via Rocky Mountain News (Denver, CO). 
  4. ^ "Africana Studies Program: Bars4Justice Film Screening". The University of Arizona College of Humanities. 
  5. ^ Champion, Micheal. "The world is yours, Kemp Powers Hits Nine spots on the global music Map". Blaze / from the Vibe camp. p. 100. 
  6. ^ Armstrong, Mark F. "Hip Hop's Heartland". The Source. p. 54. 
  7. ^ Grimes, Rodney. "African Diaspora Authority Dr. Runoko Rashidi Lectures In Arizona For First Time" – via The Arizona Informant. 
  8. ^ "Harry Abdul Moore". IMDb. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  9. ^ Roth, Tyler. "Hakeem Khaaliq Biography". IMDB. Retrieved February 12, 2017. 
  10. ^ Turnbull, Arthur. "ENTRY POINTS - Hakeem Khaaliq". entrypoints.xyz. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  11. ^ Turnbull, Arthur. "ENTRY POINTS Episode 6: 006 - Nation19". entrypoints.xyz. Retrieved February 10, 2017. 
  12. ^ "2017 Artist Research and Development Grants - Arizona Commission on the Arts". Arizona Commission on the Arts. December 20, 2016. Retrieved February 2, 2017. 
  13. ^ "Film/Video Maker". www.twn.org. Retrieved February 2, 2017. 
  14. ^ Khaaliq, Hakeem (2000-01-01), The Last Matai, retrieved March 5, 2016 
  15. ^ Ali, Queen Muhammad; Khaaliq, Hakeem (April 19, 2016), #WarOnUs, retrieved 2016-03-28 
  16. ^ "#Bars4Justice (trailer)". Vimeo. Retrieved March 5, 2016. 
  17. ^ "Saturday “Gayle on the Go!”, Saturday, February 13th, 2016". KTLA. Retrieved March 5, 2016. 
  18. ^ "Black African Coalition brings award-winning documentary, #Bars4Justice, to ASU". www.statepress.com. Retrieved March 5, 2016. 
  19. ^ Khaaliq, Hakeem (July 8, 2003), Bigg Snoop Dogg Raw N Uncut Volume 1 DVD, Radio Bums, retrieved March 5, 2016 
  20. ^ "The Tale of Timmy Two Chins (2013)". IMDB. 
  21. ^ Hakeem Khaaliq on IMDb
  22. ^ "¿Quiénes son los afro-mexicanos?". Univision.com. 
  23. ^ "Culture Clash: New Univision TV Documentary Reveals Afro-Mexican Struggle for Identity". EBONY. 
  24. ^ "T.I.'s Road to Redemption Crew". IMDB. IMDB.com. 
  25. ^ "FILM TO SHED LIGHTING ON HIDDEN HIP-HOP.(Entertainment/Weekend/Spotlight)". 
  26. ^ colarally (July 15, 2006), KOBE ADIDAS Commercial, retrieved 2016-03-28 
  27. ^ "Honolulu". Vimeo. 
  28. ^ "Nasty News". 
  29. ^ P.F. Chang's (June 20, 2013), P.F. Chang's Summer Vegetable Quinoa "Fried Rice", retrieved 2016-03-05 
  30. ^ Pei Wei (July 9, 2012), Pei Wei InspirAsia 2012 Trip Summary, retrieved 2016-03-05 
  31. ^ "Behance". 
  32. ^ Nation19APDTA (February 13, 2016), #Bars4Jusice film LA premier, Russell Simmons All Def Digital Awards, DGA, retrieved March 28, 2016 
  33. ^ Nation19APDTA (2015-12-18), Native Pharaoh™, retrieved March 28, 2016 
  34. ^ "Behance". 
  35. ^ "'Redemption' Hip Hop United to Save Stan Tookie Williams". 
  36. ^ "Return to the Basics by Tassho Pearce a.k.a. EMIRC on iTunes". iTunes. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
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