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Fire in Little Africa


Tue 6/11: 7:00p

Okie Film Night powered by Experience Tulsa! Featuring a special intro from co-director Keith "Sneak" Daniels about documenting the recording of this legendary Tulsa hip-hop album. Tickets just $5 each!

"Fire in Little Africa" tells the story of rappers, singers, musicians, and filmmakers leading the path to healing the city with hip-hop. Inspired by the legacy of Black Wall Street, Tulsa’s independent hip-hop artists came together to make an album for the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 2021 and took it all the way to a deal with the iconic Motown record label. The film serves as an introduction to the unique spirit and ethos of the Tulsa hip-hop scene; taking the viewer inside the legendary recording sessions where over 60 artists took over a mansion once owned by a notorious KKK leader to create and record the 21-song opus. The film runs 42min.

Presented with Experience Tulsa, Okie Film Night is a monthly series celebrating Oklahoma’s rich film history past and present. Learn more about other events at

Keith "Sneak" Daniels was born and raised on the north side of Tulsa, OK. His love of cinema began at an early age when his father Cordell Daniels would watch classic Westerns and gangster films with him. After graduating from the Univ. of Tulsa in 2015 with a B.A. in Fine Arts, he moved to Seattle, WA . After 3 years in the Pacific Northwest, he moved back to Tulsa to focus on filmmaking and document the emerging hip-hop scene in Tulsa.






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