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Hip-Hop Docs

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by GoD5eNt, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. GoD5eNt

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    Hip-Hop Docs

    Discussion started by GoD5eNt - Mar 17, 2005

    What are some great Hip-Hop Documentaries, Rap Docs, Or Music Documentaries in general?
     
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    nyam - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    styles wars? :)
     
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    GoD5eNt - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    styles wars? :)
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    Yeah, that's a good example.

    Also if you can, recommend Hip-Hop books or Websites dedicated to Hip-Hop education or news.

    Where do you get your Hip-Hop Music news?
     
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    fatcappycap - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    Yeah, that's a good example.

    Also if you can, recommend Hip-Hop books or Websites dedicated to Hip-Hop education or news.

    Where do you get your Hip-Hop Music news?
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    buy a cd
     
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    I want to go to school for hip-hop. My parents paid my tuition at the KRS summit and I'm going to do graffiti posters for impoverished African youth!
     
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    GoD5eNt - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    fuck that
     
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    I'm not super keen on recommending this, cause it's not as good as it could have been, but it's the only one out there, and it does offer some nice insight on the history of bboying.

    The Freshest Kids
     
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    seeking - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    i don't havea hip hop doc, but what about a hip hop dentist?

    www.subwayoutlaws.com
    has a lot of good info on the old subways days in ny.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    I have a DEF JUX documentary that is pretty fucking awesome.
     
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    I edited a 90 minute doc on how to get a record deal in hiphop
    but the director and the producer had a falling out, plus they
    were both big flakes so it got shelved.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    anyway i could see it?
     
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    I've got an offline cut on a betacamSP tape, but there's no easy way.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    maybe shes born with it
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    nope.... maybeline
     
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    Theodore Huxtable - Replied Mar 17, 2005

    I caught somethin on VH1 last night called Hip Hop Babylon (hosted by Q-Tip) which was pretty interesting. Basically showed the inner-workings of what it's like to work on an album, how much work it is to be a rapper, how a rapper's entourage leeches off a rapper, etc... basically all the ugly behind-the-scenes sides of rap. Joe Budden seemed like a sensitive-ass nigga though.
     
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