Hip Hop Immortals: We Got Your Kids

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2004
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Hip Hop Immortals: We Got Your Kids is a documentary about the cultural and musical phenomena of Hip-Hop. When it first gained relevance in the early 1980s, Hip-Hop was seen as a passing fad or flash in the pan in popular music. But almost three decades later, the genre has not only become one of the most financially successful musical forms, but has also influenced pop culture in many other ways, from fashion to sports and much more. In this cultivating documentary, director Kris Palestrini sits down with some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop to cover the many ways in which the music has grown into a worldwide powerhouse. Rappers like Snoop Dogg and Zxibit talk about their road to get to the top. Eve, Busta Rhymes, and more, reflect on just how the music has changed over the years, for better or worse. Fat Joe, Mos Def, Cypress Hill, and many more put their two cents in about the music that changed not only their lives but changed the landscape of everything from jewelry to sneakers. Full of captivating footage to accompany the striking interviews, Hip Hop Immortals: We Got Your Kids is a great find for any fan.moreless

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Arts, Documentary, Music

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Musicals, Culture