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Experience an exciting new chapter in Hip-Hop music as you travel into Kenya, deep into the heart of East Africa. Known as Genge music, Kenya's unique brand of Hip-Hop was initially dismissed as a passing fad, but this exhilarating new musical style -- a dynamic fusion of traditional African music with American Hip-Hop -- is exploding in popularity around the world.
Go behind closed doors into the hip-hop industry at its highest level! Featuring exclusive interviews with today's most powerful major record label moguls, these inspirational stories from the architects of hip-hop music reveal a vision which spawned a new musical phenomenon and a cultural revolution! Learn how these giants achieved amazing success and how they influenced today's major artists!
Hip Hop History (Wal-Mart Exclusive)
Brand: Maverick Entertainment
This dynamic collection of positive, Christian hip hop includes uplifting performances by Christopher Play Martin, Sean Slaughter, Cross Movement, WAR Click, and Remnant.System Requirements:Running Time 82 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE
This profound look at the heart of hip-hop deals with the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Hip-Hop. Hip-Hop Story also provides a glimpse into the lives of the biggest and most successful players in Hip-Hop's multi-billion dollar industry. Hip-Hop Story takes on a journey telling the tales of legendary rapper Eazy-E, life after the death of two of Hip-Hop's greatest street poets Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G., and the culture's movement to unify the Hip-Hop community.
Hip Hop Mix USA (Mixed by DJ Woogie)
Britney's snake-charming. Nelly's country grammar. Shakira'sbarefoot belly dancing. These are the performances youremember from the only awards show that matters, finally ondvd. Groove to the hottest acts ever to grace the vma stage.
Brand: Music Video Dist
In 1994, Hip Hop experienced an incredible rebirth and many historians refer to it as Hip Hop's Last Great Year . There was much heart and camaraderie within the industry, plus records took longer than a week to create and didn't contain a zillion cameos. It was the year Nas stepped on the scene with his now classic LP, Illmatic. Snoop Dogg was still the leader in record sales, and the Wu-Tang Clan was unstoppable.