Hollywood Film to Be Made About the Early Life of Music Artist and LA Producer KNDRGRTN
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The intriguing, secretive and astonishing early life of recording artist KNDRGRTN is in the works on the Hollywood stage. It has been announced that the film is in development at New Line Cinema, with S. Leigh Savidge and Alan Wenkus writing, and Tomica Woods-Wright, Ice Cube, and Dr Dre set to produce the film. F Gary Gray, Craig Brewer, and Peter Berg are reportedly in talks to direct the film.

Detroit, where KNDRGRTM grew up,  is a major centre in the United States for the creation and performance of music, and is the birthplace of the musical subgenres known as “The Motown Sound" and Techno.

One of the highlights of Detroit's musical history was the success of Motown Records during the 1960s and early 1970s. The label was founded in the late 1950s was founded by auto plant worker Berry Gordy, and was originally known as Tamla Records.

The artist originally from Detroit has tens of thousands of followers online but his early life story is not as known and a film is in the works to cover this. Over the course of his recent album, KNDRGRTM gives us hazy, alternative-laced hip-hop. Throughout which, he touches on poignant topics through his lyrics, so, while he’s sonically pleasing, he’s emotionally perceptive as well.