Please Help Zion I After Armed Robbery

Zion I is calling on his fans for help. Monday, July 10th, Zion I was shooting a music video for a new song. Four hours into the shoot, he was robbed at gunpoint and the camera was stolen. Thankfully no one was hurt.

Zion I’s last album was inspired by his own personal losses as well as the current political and social climate of the world-at-large. His reason for filming in the heart of West Oakland and the storyline of the video, written by director David Telles, make it all the more ironic that he ended up being victimized.

There is a deductible to pay to get the camera covered by insurance, but the money spent on the video has to be raised to re-film. As an independent artist, Zion I is funding this alone. There is no record label financing this, which is why he is reaching out to you.

Please help him raise the money to get the camera back and the ability to reshoot the video and see your name as an funder in the credits!

Please Donate to Help Zion I at

IDC client and friend Narada Michael Walden of Tarpan Studios featured on ABC7 News with new artist Dylan Chambers

A story aired on ABC7 News about up-and-coming artist Dylan Chambers who was recently signed by IDC artist, client and friend Narada Michael Walden. Walden was featured on the Round 58 solicitation from IDC with his release Love Lullabies for Kelly, a series of children’s lullabies dedicated to his daughter.Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 2.09.15 PM

The story explains Chambers history and delves into the history behind his and Walden’s relationship. Click the photo to see the clip!