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Prism Prize Video - Foxwarren: Sunset Canyon

The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a band featuring acclaimed singer/songwriter Andy Shauf.

Prism Prize Video - Foxwarren: Sunset Canyon

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The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a band featuring acclaimed singer/songwriter Andy Shauf.


Foxwarren: Sunset Canyon

Foxwarren is a group comprising two brothers and childhood friends, Dallas Bryson, Avery Kissick, Darryl Kissick, and Andy Shauf. Formed more than a decade ago, the band was put on hold while Shauf pursued what is now a very successful solo career. Foxwarren reconvened and released an acclaimed debut album last year.

This video is directed by Laura-Lynn Petrick and features actress and comedian, Busy Phillips. Laura-Lynn’s work documents the dynamic aura of individuals and the sublime qualities of nature itself. The visuals for the video are inspired by Italian neo-realism. 

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It showcases a female seeking serenity in nature all around her.

CREDITS:

Directed by Laura-Lynn Petrick

Featuring Busy Philipps

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Sean "Diddy" Combs attends Day 1 of 2023 Invest Fest at Georgia World Congress Center on Aug. 26, 2023 in Atlanta.
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Sean "Diddy" Combs attends Day 1 of 2023 Invest Fest at Georgia World Congress Center on Aug. 26, 2023 in Atlanta.

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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Honorary Degree From Howard University Rescinded by School’s Trustees

The school will also return Combs' $1 million contribution and terminate a $1 million pledge agreement from the Sean Combs Foundation.

Howard University’s board of trustees voted unanimously on Friday to revoke the honorary degree awarded to Sean “Diddy” Combs in 2014, saying he is “no longer worthy to hold the institution’s highest honor.”

Howard, a private, historically Black research university in Washington, D.C., will also return Combs’ $1 million contribution and terminate a $1 million pledge agreement from the Sean Combs Foundation, the board said in a statement.

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