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Twenty years after the release of Nas's groundbreaking debut album Illmatic, Nas: Time is Illmatic takes us into the heart of his creative process. Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip hop scene in New York City and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 20. Featuring interviews with his Illmatic producers (Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S., and DJ Premier) and musical peers (including Pharrell Williams and Alicia Keys), Nas: Time is Illmatic is a thrilling account of Nas's evolution from a young street poet to a visionary MC.
Special Features: Remembering Illmatic, Deleted Scenes, Featurette, Trailer, 5.1 Surround Sound
Timed to coincide with the new album "Till Death Do Us Part," this Ultimate collection includes every music video Cypress Hill has made to date. The footage is digitally mastered, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, PCM Stereo, "So You Wanna Be a Superstar
Any fan of true art knows that an artist is most alive when he is on stage. Tupac Live At The House of Blues is Tupac’s final recorded performance—eternalized on July 4, 1996 at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip—and a celebration of his vital musical genius. One of the most respected aspects of Tupac’s grand personality was his absolute sincerity, and Tupac Live… stays true to that legacy: it is a completely honest performance sans censors and retakes. Unlike other Tupac Shakur DVDs that center on the tumultuous facets of his biography, Tupac Live is simply the portrait of an artist in his element: the stage. The performance, the energy and the artistry speak for themselves and further present Tupac as one of the most brilliant entertainers in the history of popular music and a master craftsman of the stage. The supplemental features of Tupac Live expand this representation of his talent: a remix music video version of "How Do You Want It" including concert performance at the Palace Theater in Hollywood and a documentary titled "G-Funk—Just The Music, No Drama," about the sonic backdrop that inspired and accompanied many of Tupac Shakur’s poetic verses. Tupac Live is a fitting coda to Tupac’s legacy of brilliant performance before he moved on to immortality.
1992 was one of the greatest years for Hip Hop. New styles such as those of Das EFX and Black Sheep emerged. Old school heroes like KRS-One and Public Enemy also commanded much respect. This DVD takes a look back at the videos, interviews, performances
Hip Hop 411 takes you intimately into the lives and work of multi-platinum music icons such as Jay Z, Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, Pharrell Wiliams of The Neptunes, Naughty By Nature, RL of NEXT, Skee Lo and Young MC. Hear Jay Z talk about the Roc jump off and mic
Despite their name in the title, Cypress Hill was actually one of six groups featured at this all-day festival–and they didn't even headline. That said, this pro-pot event is their baby and this disc captures 2002's edition. The West Coast-based bands at the fifth annual "Smoke Out" range from punk (Circle Jerks–still going strong after two decades) to hip-hop (Bone Thugs N Harmony) to rap-metal (Kottonmouth Kings). Although billed as a co-headliner with Cypress Hill, Snoop Dogg closes the show with eight numbers, including "Murder Was the Case," following up on the Hill's mere three (the shortest set next to Bone Thugs N Harmony). Overall, this is a rousing document of a big day filled with monster beats, shredding guitars, and ample tributes to the leafy green. Your mother is sure to disapprove, but just try keeping your little brother from putting this DVD on an endless loop. –Kathleen C. Fennessy
Live from the Ivar Theater in Hollywood. Touchstar Media Presents the POETS IN HIP HOP. Featuring some of todays hottest spoken word artists, including Bidget Gray (2001 Grand Slam Champion), Gaknew, Miss Kimm, Joy Jones, Gina Loring, Jahaira and many m
Take a fearless look at manhood, sexism, and homophobia in today's hip-hop culture. Conceived as a "loving critique" of disturbing trends in rap music, this acclaimed documentary pays tribute to hip-hop while challenging the rap music industry for glamorizing destructive stereotypes. Features revealing interviews with rappers such as Mos Def and Busta Rhymes, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, and cultural commentator Michael Eric Dyson.
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A two DVD collection: Run DMC & Flava Flav – Old School Hip Hop Flava Flav is the come back kid of the century. He once was lost and now is found. Flava Flav's career was zero until VH1 came calling. Innovators & originators, Run DMC's influence on the music of the new millenium goes every bit as deep of Elvis or the Beatles. The successes of Run DMC resounded through rap, rock, R&B, and eventually international pop of every kind.
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This 2-disc DVD set features 18 Beastie Boy Clips, such as Intergalactic, Shake Your Rump, Gratitude, Shadr ach, Sabotage, Alive, and lots more; also includes special features, such as 100+ video angles & audio tracks, switchable at any time, more than 4
Director Doug Pray (Hype) pays tribute to the innovative art of DJing in the electrifying documentary Scratch. Featuring the most legendary figures in the DJ scene, Pray's film is at once a deeply insightful historical document and a highly entertaining glimpse into the world of underground hip-hop. Modern luminaries such as DJ Shadow, Mix Master Mike (of the Beastie Boys), DJ Q-bert, Rob Swift, and DJ Swamp are interviewed alongside living legends like Afrika Bambaataa, Jazzy Jay, and Grand Mixer DXT, in order to paint a broad, comprehensive picture of how DJing has evolved over the years.
Seamlessly cutting between interviews and actual footage filmed at several high-profile DJing contests including Skratchcon 2000 and the DMC U.S. Finals, Pray's film is a must-see for both seasoned fans and the uninitiated, a celebration of one of the late-20th century's most thrilling, original musical movements.
Other films have been made about him, but none have
even begun to scratch the surface of what drives
this amazing talent. Now, from the producers of
Welcome to Death Row, comes the film that cuts
through the speculation. Featuring extensive interviews
with his friends, family and others who knew
him in his formative years, here at last is the real 8-Mile!
Using borrowed money, rapper Eminem recorded and released his 1996 debut Infinite. A year later, Dr. Dre learned of him
through a demo acquired by Interscope Records chief Jimmy Iovine.
Using his new Slim Shady persona, Eminem would take second place in the freestyle category at 1997's Rap Olympics in
Los Angeles. This was impressive enough for Dr. Dre, who signed the white rapper and released The Slim Shady LP in early 1999.
Selling over a million copies before year's end and landing at #1, Eminem's future was assured.
With his turbulent personal life, powder-keg temper and tendency to tangle with the law, it is still uncertain how long his career will
last before he burns out, but it's already obvious that his music has made history and will long outlast any controversy that dogs him.
Scene 1 – from Blind Fists Of Bruce / KRS-ONE – Bring It To The People
Scene 2 – from Sister Street Fighter / Gravediggaz – A Strong Woman
Scene 3 – from Fists Of Bruce Lee / Sunz Of Man Presents Hell Razah & 4th Disciple – We Can Do That Too
Scene 4 – from Blind Fists Of Bruce / Method Man Presents Street Life – Can t Stop, Won t Stop
Scene 5 – from The Real Bruce Lee /
Junior M.A.F.I.A. feat. Notorious B.I.G., Lil Cease and Lil Kim – Get Money (Remixed)
Scene 6 – from Sister Street Fighter / KRS-ONE – Ah Yeah!
Scene 7 – from the movie The Real Bruce Lee / Layzie Bone feat. The Outlawz & Stew Deez – Way Too Many
Scene 8 – from Sister Street Fighter / Sunz Of Man Presents Hell Razah & 4th Disciple – Underground To Da Heavens
Scene 9 – from Militant Eagle / Gravediggaz – Home Of The Brave
Scene 10 – from The Real Bruce Lee / Method Man Presents Street Life – Let Them Come
Scene 11 – from The 36 Crazy Fists / Layzie Bone feat. Krayzie Bone – Thug Nation
Scene 12 – from The 36 Crazy Fists / Gravediggaz – I Understand That
Scene 13 – from Fist Of Fear / Junior M.A.F.I.A. feat. Notorious B.I.G., Lil Cease and Lil Kim – Player s Anthem
Scene 14 – from Return Of The Tiger / Gravediggaz – Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Scene 15 – from The Real Bruce Lee / Layzie Bone feat. M.T.F. – It s On / KRS-ONE feat. Truck Turner, Big Pun and Kool G. Rap – As You Already Know
Running Time: 57:09
The craft. The history. The power. All these elements of the hip-hop movement are discussed with director Ice-T and the legends he interviews-Afrika Bambaataa, Eminem, Nas, Mos Def, Kanye West, Chuck D, KRS-One, Snoop Dogg, Run-DMC and Ice Cube-in this compelling and gritty feature-length documentary.
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WILD STYLE follows the exploits of maverick tagger Zoro (real life graffiti artist Lee Quinones), whose work attracts the attention of an East Village art fancier (Patti Astor) who commissions him to paint the stage for a giant Rapper's Convention. A document of the earliest days of hip-hop in the boroughs of New York, everything in WILD STYLE is authentic – the story, style, characters, and most of the actors, are drawn from the community. It features a pantheon of old-school pioneers, including Grandmaster Flash, Busy Bee, The Cold Crush Brothers and more. Digitally Remastered. Extras include: 48 page Collectors booklet, Commentary by Charlie Ahearn and Fab 5 Freddy, Featurettes and Interviews.
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Breaking… Born at Kool D.J. Herc's House parties in the early '70s, catapulted to a worldwide phenomenon in the '80s, and now experiencing its latest gravity-defying incarnation as a thriving underground movement, "The Freshest Kids" brings to you the illest B-Boying this planet has ever witnessed. Over two hours of hardcore breaking gives you an all-access pass to the underground world of B-Boys spanning the last 25+ years. See and hear the early history via rare archival footage and exclusive interviews with The Nigga Twins, Spy (the man with 1000 moves), Rock Steady Crew icons Crazy Legs and Ken Swift, The New York City Breakers, Mr. Wiggles, Styelements and the world's most innovative B-boys of the next generation along with hip-hop legends Kool D.J. Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, KRS-One, Mos Def and many more as they come together to reveal for the first time the most comprehensive history of B-Boying, its evolution and its place within hip-hop culture and beyond. These are The Freshest Kids and this is their story!
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Public Enemy shirt
Standard fitting Black Classic Tagert tee with the classic Public Enemy Target Logo on the front and Back of the shirt.
Run DMC Logo Men's T-Shirt in White.