Phi Beta Sigma Members Featured in Delta Rae’s ‘Bottom of the River’ Music Video

Southern folk rock band Delta Rae took an interesting approach in their highly controversial “Bottom of the River” music video. The video and lyrical content proved controversial after the band incorporated a “witch hunt” theme in their music video.

Even more interesting was the inclusion of the historically African-American fraternity Phi Beta Sigma.

Wearing masks commonly worn in probate shows, the Sigmas showed their moves as they stepped in a rhythmic tune to the song.

Formed in Durham, NC, Delta Rae consists of siblings Ian Hölljes, Eric Hölljes and Brittany Hölljes.

Phi Beta Sigma is second Black Greek-Lettered fraternity founded at a HBCU. It was founded at Howard University on Jan. 9, 1914. Notable members of the blue and white fraternity include civil rights activist Huey P. Newton, former President Bill Clinton and scientist George Washington Carver.

Check out Phi Beta Sigma members do their thing in the “Bottom of the River” official music video below.

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