Kung Faux: Vol. 4

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Released 2003

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2003
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Kung Faux: Vol. 4 from Tommy Boy Films is the next installment of the critically acclaimed TV series that features classic kung fu movies with a hip-hop soundtrack. Artists like Biz Markie, Queen Latifah, Elephant Man, and many others collaborate to make the ancient art of kung fu new, funky, and fresh in each episode. In volume 4, you get to groove out to both episodes 7 and 8. Episode 7, "Dirty Dee", the town's number one fighter is forced to get down with some dubious actions and dirty deeds when an old school opponent rolls into town. In episode 8, "Funky Bottoms", we find out that hip-hop is a dog-eat-dog competition, so don't hate those who fight in it: hate the game. The mix of everyone's favorite kung fu scenes with the fat beats and lyrical stylings of hip-hop's greatest artists makes for an unstoppable combination. The show rhymes with "gung ho," so "act like you know!"
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    Arts, Music, Sports

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    Musicals, Martial Arts