Synopsis by Nathan Southern
The underground rap guru Sage Francis launched his career as a performer shortly following graduation from Dean College in 1999. A political and social critic with a strong poetic bent, Francis released his initial albums on his independent Strange Famous Records label and garnered a broad fanbase; following several of these issues, he signed with Epitaph Records which issued his 2005 EP A Healthy Distrust. Sage Francis: Life is Easy, the artist's first commercial video issue, compiles two hours of live performance footage, music videos, and conversation. Included are five interviews, the video for "Escape Artist," the hits "A Day in the Life," "Sled," "Hi, I'm Joe Beats" and "American Psychopath, and much, much more, making this an essential item for Sage fans everywhere.