Artist, musician, model and fashion designer, AnthonyJSensel does it all and doesn’t believe in limiting his creativity to one form. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Anthony was exposed to music at an early age through his family’s involvement in their community’s church. Coming from a long line of pastors, Anthony began to explore creative expression through music by singing in his local church. To this day, his background in Gospel music coupled with his own spirituality, has influenced his style of music across all genres from Pop to Rap to Hip-Hop.
The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion Documentary recently had its debut on Netflix on July 22nd. This documentary profiles Black visionaries in fashion who rewrote narratives on the runway and turned hip-hop style into a global phenomenon. The documentary features interviews with hip-hop fashion pioneers Misa Hylton, April Walker, Kerby Jean-Raymond and Dapper Dan. We had the exceptional opportunity to sit down with both directors (Lisa Cortés & Farah Z. Khalid) and talk about the film, social justice, and the social, positive impact of the genre of hip-hop.