“Utopia Falls, I call it my love letter to hip hop, to the hip hop culture. It takes a couple of my loves and smashes them together which is always a good thing. I’m kind of a sci-fi geek. I’m a comic book geek. I’m a genre geek. I love all that kind of stuff with mythology built in and then we obviously have our mythology with hip hop. I hadn’t really seen my culture portrayed in the future.”
You’ve seen him in Exit Wounds, The Incredible Hulk, Grey’s Anatomy, The Listener, and Lost Girl, as well as many others — Arnold Pinnock shares all about his newest project, Young Drunk Punk.
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Canadian broadcasters Marci Ien and Dwight Drummond have joined together to give back to Ryerson University, the school that shaped their career.