Temporary Sanity: The Skerrit Bwoy Story

posted on February 22nd, 2010 by in Video

Director Dan Brunn’s film “Temporary Sanity” was released at the RAI Film Festival in England, July 2007. Temporary Sanity tells about Jamaica’s dance music culture in New York and especially about the versatile disc jockey Skerrit Bwoy. “Short Black an’ Ugly” s how Skerrit introduces himself, and he is set to becoming the voice of the Bronx. Originally from St. Johns, Antigua, the youngster migrated to Bronx, New York in the mid 1990’s. Clubbing at a very young age, and hanging out on Creston Avenue, it did not take him long to fit into the fast pace life of the city. Skerrit Bwoy burst on the international dancehall scene this year, with his sound system Ghetto Life that he has molded into becoming an award winning sound that was crowned as 2005 – 2006 “Bronx Sound of The Year.”

“Temporay Insanity” features dancing, music, precarious behaviour and partying – pure energy that is. The movie carries fresh rhythm straight from New York and a remarkably topical picture of the newest forms of the club scene.

via Mad Decent

One comment on “Temporary Sanity: The Skerrit Bwoy Story”

  1. Temporary Sanity in the Dance « Soundclash said at 6:49 am on February 22nd, 2010:

    [...] loss to the US and checked my reader to get my mind off the devastation. I  found that both Seen and Mad Decent had posted links to Dan Bruun’s excellent Temporary Sanity: The Skeritt Bwoy [...]

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