Leader, philanthropist, and pioneer of the black movement. RESPECT
Kanye spits an acappella off of his highly anticipated album Good Ass Job. It is hilarious to think about all of the…”less than urban” corporate folks that were in the room when The Louis Vuitton Don spit some of his hardcore, racially charged lyrics. Kanye rocked this room in the same fashion as one of the packed arenas on tour. His passion for music, life, and fashion seeped through his delivery. I CANNOT wait for this ish to drop!!!! Enjoy….
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This intimate look into the club/party/rap lifestyles of the 1970’s in New York City is ruggedly documented in this film. Not only do you see the start of a lot of the trends and styles that are being re-created today, you see the sheer poverty and corruption that had a strangle hold on this city. With cameo’s from greats such as Fab Five Freddy, Bobbito Garcia, Rock Steady Crew, Keith Haring, Africa Bambaataa, and Basquiat, you will see what this was really like. The documentary will premiere at The New York International Latino Film Festival.