New 2016 trailer for the documentary “NG83: When We Were B Boys” which captures the stories of various figures from the Nottingham, England Hip-Hop scene of the 1980s.
Quality documentary from veteran UK emcee Chester P, highlighting the talented wordsmith’s personal connection with Hip-Hop, his relationship with the streets of London that raised him, and his determination to make a difference in the world.
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Third trailer for the forthcoming documentary “NG83: When We Were B-Boys”, which gives an insight into Nottingham, England’s vibrant early-80s Hip-Hop scene.
Veteran NY emcee John Robinson (aka Lil’ Sci of Scienz Of Life) explores jazz history and the genre’s close relationship with Hip-Hop in his forthcoming documentary “Last Stop On The 4 Train”.
Trailer for the forthcoming Pulse-directed “King Of New York” documentary telling the story of 70s / 80s graffiti legend Iz The Wiz with narration from Homeboy Sandman – check the Kickstarter here.
Trailer for the upcoming Curved Marginz documentary “Through The Lens Of Hip-Hop: UK Women” highlighting the thoughts, struggles and opinions of a selection of ladies within the British scene.
As the man behind cult underground films such as “King Of The Beats” and the Hijack documentary “Turntable Trixters”, UK-based Hip-Hop preservationist Pritt Kalsi has amassed some classic footage over the years.
Finally dropping his long-awaited Paul C. project, “Memories Of…” features the likes of Rakim, CJ Moore and Dr. Butcher reminiscing on the super-producer who crafted classics for Ultramagnetic MC’s, Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud, Mikey D and more – watch here via Pritt’s own site.