Harlins' Renaissance

by Keith Phelps

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The good news continues to flow for Keith Phelps. “Harlin’s Renaissance” a song by Keith Phelps produced by his brother Brendan Phelps was featured in the short film, “The Dope Years: The Untold Story of Latasha Harlins.” The film was recently announced as a finalist for the Student Academy Awards. Yes, those Academy Awards. And in September, the film won the coveted Oscar in the Documentary category. Former Student Academy Award winners include Spike Lee and Robert Zemeckis. “The Dope Years” directed by Allison A. Waite of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, tells the story of Latasha Harlins, who at the age of 15 was shot in the back of the head by a Korean liquor store clerk in LA after being wrongfully accused of stealing orange juice. Her passing not only aided in inciting the LA riots but also brought tension to light between the Korean and Black communities in South Central Los Angeles in 1991.


released October 17, 2020
Written by: K. Phelps & B. Phelps
Produced by: Brendan Phelps for BPM Productions & Keith Phelps for Real Music Affiliates
Publishing Co: Real Music Affiliates Publishing (BMI)/Inspiring Minds Publishing (ASCAP)
Recorded at “The Residential” in Orlando, FL


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Keith Phelps Orlando, Florida

Keith Phelps is a music producer, songwriter, musician and proud Indianapolis native. Phelps is a visionary who uses his vast creative ability to create powerful content with necessary messages. Phelps has spent time on tour as the keyboardist for Haley Reinhart and Legendary R&B singer Jon B. Phelps love for making good music is reflected within his art and he’s only just begun. ... more

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