WE ARE 4 THE KINGDOM ENTERTAINMENT.
We create advocacy-focused TV, Film, Music, and Media content.
We are storytellers.
We are change agents.
We are advocates.
4 The Kingdom Entertainment is a faith-based, advocacy-focused entertainment company that tells the stories of the voiceless, the overlooked, and the neglected, and sheds light on the issues and challenges that are faced by the disenfranchised,
the systemically oppressed, and the "least of these".
IN EVERYTHING WE DO, WE DO IT FOR HIS KINGDOM.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about us.
4 The Kingdom Entertainment consists of a network of notable, award-winning creatives who collectively possess over 50 years of professional experience in their respective areas of expertise.
At 4 The Kingdom Entertainment, our clients include churches, nonprofit organizations, and politicians. As advocacy-focused storytellers, we partner with our clients to develop advocacy songs, videos, commercials, and written and audio content for engagement with constituents and stakeholders, outreach,
fundraising, and development purposes.
At 4 The Kingdom Entertainment, we have built a network of songwriters, musicians, composers, and producers who write and produce songs for commercials, TV shows, documentaries, and movies, as well as, executive produce and provide creative direction for music videos. Our goal is to always create timeless music and produce thought-provoking, engaging, and out-the-box music videos with a message.
At 4 The Kingdom Entertainment, we previously hosted and produced digital media content including a "Live Q&A with the Enough is Enough Core Team" (that was live streamed on Facebook), and a Facebook series, #AskABlackMan, that was co-produced and co-hosted by M. Denise Simmons and MD Simmons Productions.
"Enough Is Enough"
After the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, 4 The Kingdom Entertainment's Founder and Executive Producer, Monique C. Baisden, was tired of seeing and hearing about African-Americans and people of color being targeted and killed simply because the color of their skin deemed them to be a threat. As more people around the world started protesting against police brutality and speaking out in the media and on social media platforms against the injustices experienced by African-Americans and people of color, Monique discerned an universal fatigue from African-Americans, people of color, and other persons around the world who were tired of seeing the same types of cases of senseless killings and police brutality happen over and over again to another person of color.
“Enough Is Enough” is a global social justice and human rights anthem, video of advocacy and awareness, and a collaborative, creative work of art that was birthed from the previously mentioned expressions of fatigue, but also from a genuine desire for people around the world to see African-Americans and people of color as human beings. Collectively, we are tired, and the overall message of this anthem is simple:
“Where is the justice for us? There has been no justice for us. There will be justice for us. Enough is enough.”
The advocacy music video includes featured appearances from distinguished actors and actresses, singers and recording artists, entrepreneurs, activists, change agents, and creatives from all over the world who virtually recorded themselves singing or lip syncing the song on their cell phones or other electronic devices, or sent in pictures of themselves holding up signs with hashtags that correlate with the message of this song to stand in solidarity against systemic racism and the oppression of African-Americans and people of color. The song was written by Monique C. Baisden, who also served as the Executive Producer for the project, co-produced the music for the song with Terrence Nelson, and co-directed the advocacy music video with M. Denise Simmons of MD Simmons Productions. Greg Kirkland, Jr. served as the Vocal Director for the virtual recordings that were sent in by the featured singers, recording artists, and The SEEiT Choir. The advocacy music video was produced by MD Simmons Productions.