“Inspired by multiple news sources that called DC ‘the gayest place in a America’–because it has the highest number of same sex relationships, but the lowest [straight] marriage rate in the country–my goal is to present a story that reveals how the most powerful city in the world is a massive social underachiever, as it continually fails to facilitate lasting connections between Kenya and the opposite sex.” – Kayona
With an unforgettable cast of characters, Of Music and Men is the story of an ordinary young woman in a town known for making laws, who grows into the burgeoning young mogul we met in Tenth Letter, succeeding by challenging the rules. You get to see the inner-workings of the independent music scene, and how a unique millennial and her single friends try to find love navigating the bleakest dating scene in the country.
Kenya takes you on her journey through the early years of entrepreneurship, and you experience the indelible impression her family, friendships and relationships have on her maturation… both with music and with men.
Of Music and Men is a multi-media franchise that includes the scripted half-hour comedy-drama program of the same title, as well as accompanying literature and music products. The short film is the introduction to the project.
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