just in I'd like to thank everyone committing the; Rap Documentary it appears most believe it was a job well done; However, many Seemed to use this forum to vent about personal problems Not kool! I'd like to thank everyone committing the; Rap Documentary it appears most believe it was a job well done; However, many Seemed to use this forum to vent about personal problems Not kool!
Something from Nothing The Art of Rap This is one of the best documentaries on one aspect of hip hop bar none. A must see for any hip hop fan. Should of had some more artist like Kool G Rap, De La Soul, MF Doom, Planet Asia, Wildchild, Roxanne Shante, Queen Latifah, Grand Puba and Sadat X, Spoonie G, Masta Ace, Genius/GZA, Ghostface Killa, Wu-Tang...and it should have been longer.And to the dumb assholes talking about samples, stealing music, and Rap is crap. That's BULLSHIT because it's a documentary about Lyrics, Lyricism And Lyricist. Idiots
A Google User Who Supports Hip Hop 100% I Think It Was Great. I Really Enjoyed It. I Will See It Again. And To ALL The Hip Hop Haters & Down Graders Please Grow Up. Hip Hop Was, Is & Will ALWAYS Be #1.
The "B" camera ruins the whole movie for me Often times a documentary crew will roll 2 cameras at once for style & coverage to assist in editing. The second camera in this film is just an awful shaky vomit inducing mess. Completely distracting and unnecessary.
The Art of Rap These are the real hip hop players must I say.Img 55yrs in to this and those players that think there players are and have been played by them selves,because give credit no give the respect!!!!!!where it's do to those real players who let you in! $$$$ Ice no dis to you or any wives out there,your men are hip hop and that's not Wales lol if you think so then who ever does need more schoolin thts my word .word!
Hip hop 101 And good and very brief introduction to true hip hop culture for the uninitiated, which is pretty much everyone. If your primary exposure to hip hop comes from the radio, mtv, and better then this documentary will give you a peak into actual hip hop with legends like Melle Mel, Grandmaster Caz, BDK, and KRS-One. If you're already steeped in hip hop culture and history as I am then this documentary offers up some great freestyles and interviews with these legends.