Fruit of May, LLC launches mini-doc series ‘Fruition’ to offer an uncensored space for Black storytellers

K. Mojica (left), Bee Simms (back), and Mac Tha God (right)

Fruit of May, LLC worked on a very special project in August. Team members got together to produce our very first mini-documentary called Fruition. The mini-doc premieres today (10/11) on YouTube.

As a multimedia company, we are in the business of sharing entertaining and educational stories from Black storytellers. In return, we want our viewers to ask themselves, “What fruit am I producing?”

Our purpose for launching Fruition is to allow storytellers the freedom to express themselves in an uncensored space. This is freeing, especially when Black voices are sometimes silenced on social media.

N.C. artists K. Mojica, Mac Tha God, and Bee Simms jumpstart our first episode. Episode one is five minutes long. The video highlights their reason for becoming hip-hop artists and how they were able to engage with their audience through the Covid-19 pandemic. At the end of the video, these masterminds are shown rapping to give viewers a taste of their lyrical abilities. Click on the link below to see for yourself. Don’t forget to leave us a comment and subscribe to our YouTube page. Thank you so much in advance.

We wouldn’t have a video without our videographer and editor, Troy Thomas of Thomas Photography. Mo’Elle Photography & Video also graced us with behind-the-scenes pictures. View our images @fruitofmay on Instagram. We had so much fun working together and I hope you’re able to see it through our work.

If you’re interested in sharing your story with Fruit of May, please email us at contact@fruitofmay.com. We look forward to connecting with you.

Fruit of May, LLC is a lifestyle media company based in Raleigh, NC. We promote self-love, self-care, and inner peace for women of color. Subscribers have a chance to join our online community for advice on how to nourish their mind, body, and soul. We’ve helped so many women transform their suffering through personal essays, poetry readings, and sister circles.

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