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Russell Simmons To Make A Film About Def Jam’s Unsung Hero: T La Rock

Before LL Cool J and the Beastie Boys, a fledgling Def Jam Recordings had another MC in mind for its legendary path: T La Rock. Brother to Treacherous Three MCs

Behind The Scenes Footage From The Tupac Biopic Shows The Star’s Resemblance Is Scary

Last month brought the first look at a trailer for the upcoming Tupac biopic All Eyez On Me, and now behind the scenes footage gives a closer look at the

Michel’le’s Relationships With Dr. Dre & Suge Knight The Subject Of Lifetime Biopic

In 2015 film Straight Outta Compton, the lives and careers of N.W.A. members were profiled to a box office record-breaking response. Eazy-E, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, and DJ

Stream “The Breaks” and Hear DJ Premier’s First Film Score (Video)

On Monday night (January 4), Vh1 premiered The Breaks. The film, inspired by Dan Charnas’ book, The Big Payback, dramatically captures three Hip-Hop hopefuls living in 1990 New York City.

You Got the Juice Now…Here is the Most Definitive Piece Ever Written on The Making of Juice.

“Tupac, Fist Fights and the Making of Juice” is an amazing oral history which features inside commentary from many of the film’s key contributors. MySpace interviewed Ernest Dickerson (the film’s

You may have heard by now that Juice is being remade and Soulja Boy is reprising the role of Bishop. All backlash against him aside, could ANYBODY ever fill that role the way Tupac did?

If it’s been a while since you saw the hip-hop classic that showed the world Tupac was as much a force to be reckoned with onscreen as he was offscreen,

The movie Breakin’ introduced many to the West Coast break dancing scene but before Breakin’ there was the documentary Breakin’ N Enterin’.

Breakin’ N Enterin’ is a film from 1983 that documented the then nascent LA B-boy scene and inspired Breakin’.  It featured many of the players that went on to star

Ever see the movie Dazed and Confused? Mac Lethal just dropped a verse and video where he summarizes the entire movie in 2 minutes.

You have to see this to believe it.  Dude may be the fastest rapper in the world. If you haven’t seen the movie before, it’s a classic.

Ever see the movie Wildstyle? It was the first hip-hop film ever.

While it was fiction, it plays almost like a documentary, transporting you back to 1983 for a look at the early days of hip-hop culture.  It covers all 4 elements