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Continuously expanding its community platform, Daily Paper introduces its docu series titled Daily Life. Building on the brand’s previous segment Unite Sessions, Daily Life provides an insight into the ever-evolving Daily Paper community across borders, industries and backgrounds. Each feature episode will give an insight into the highs and lows that play out over a talent’s typical day as well as their successes, struggles and driving purposes.
The series will kick-off with Daily Paper family member, DJ, MTV host and creator of Don’t Trust The Internet Julie Adenuga. Through a personal lens on her life, the short-film shows a glimpse of Julie’s family, friends, heritage, her surroundings in North London and how she built her career as well as her motivations, inspirations and shortcomings.
In another episode of the Daily Life series, Daily Paper joined Enny in South-East London for a typical day in her life. She breaks down how her roots, her family and community have made her the woman and artist she is today. “Without the support of my family I don’t think I would have been able to take the risk of doing music,” she tells us. Seeing the “Peng Black Girl” rapper in her home turf who shaped her into the person she is now, puts the deeper emotional palette of her music into perspective.
To celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of women, the most recent Daily Life episode features three times French Olympic Fencer Ysaora Thibus. The episode gives an insight into Ysaora’s life, her dreams, struggles, courage and perseverance to overcome and thrive as an athlete and woman.
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