WC: Bandana Swangin: All That Glitters Ain't Gold

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Released 2003

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WC: Bandana Swangin: All That Glitters Ain't Gold

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Director:
Devin Dehaven
Released:
2003
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WC: Bandana Swangin: All That Glitters Ain't Gold is a documentary about rapper Westside Connection, or WC. The film is named for his performance slogan "All That Glitters Ain't Gold". The rapper, known for his Westside style, was considered a pioneer in the art when he began rapping in the mid 1980s. The film looks back into his childhood, with featured clips of home movies, that show the rapper's love for music in early childhood. The film then follows the rapper's career showing footage of the wrapper opening for, and performing with, other notable artists like Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dog. It has a lot of footage from the Up In Smoke Tour in 2001 which formed a supergroup of rappers. It covers WC's life both on and off the screen giving a full picture of what made the artist a success. It contains full-length performances of WC's hit songs "The Streets", "Chedda" and "Pay Ya Dues." The film, which released in 2003, was directed by Devin Dehaven.moreless
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