An upbeat, lets-put-on-a-show musical about the wonders of hip-hop music and culture that tells the story of Kenny, a young hip-hop artist living in the rough slums of the Bronx with his younger brother Lee and their mother Cora. Kenny dreams of making it big as a disc jockey and playing in the most swank of Manhattan nightclubs, the Roxy. Into their lives comes Tracy, a composer and assistant choreographer from the City College of New York, who inspires him to try to continue his dream while romance begins to grow between them, despite coming from different neighborhoods and worlds. Meanwhile, Lee is part of a break-dancing crew set on dominating the scene of their street. The rest of their friends include Ramon, a graffiti artist determined to spread his painting to every subway car in the city while dealing with his girlfriend Carmen and Chollie, a fellow disc jockey who becomes Kenny's manager after he lands him a gig at a Bronx club. Many hip-hop groups, electro artists, break ... Written by
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Did You Know?
later said that during the filming of the battle scene at the Roxy he wanted to battle to Jimmy Castor's song "It's Just Begun," but he was disappointed to find out that the crews were going to battle to a record called "Breaker's Revenge" because of rights issues. See more
When Spit tags over Ramo's burner with the Dyer Ave train, you can see the "Sp" in "Spit" from a previous take. See more
Kenny 'Double K' Kirkland
This ain't New York, this the Bronx!
Referenced in House Party
Composed by Arthur Baker
& Afrika Bambaataa
Performed by Afrika Bambaataa
& Soul Sonic Force
Courtesy of Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records
by arrangement with Warner Special Products
© 1984 Tommy Boy Music Inc. See more