In the event that Sean Paul has his direction, a motion picture delineating the life and works of national legend Marcus Garvey could soon be made.
Sean Paul, talking amid a meeting on the Breakfast Club, a prestigious New York Hip-Hop and R&B media stage, said that he has specified the possibility of a film to Nick Cannon.
Gun is right now doing a motion picture, King of the Dancehall, which concentrates on Jamaica’s dancehall culture.
“What I need to receive in return is a philanthropy,” said Sean Paul while adding he will put cash behind the venture.
“I consider it to be a major blockbuster motion picture profiting, and ideally it will,” Sean Paul said.
He said that the Garvey is an imperative figure for the dark race and contended that similarly a motion picture was done about Malcolm X, there ought to be one about Garvey.
“Each time Jamaican films are portrayed it is a great deal about gangsterism and that sort of stuff, which is a major part of the way of life. Be that as it may, there is additionally somebody who is an imperative figure as far as dark freedom,” Sean Paul said of Garvey.
Garvey, Jamaica’s first National Hero, began the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), in Jamaica in 1914.
The UNIA, which developed into a universal association, empowered self-government for dark individuals around the world; self improvement monetary undertakings and dissent against racial segregation.