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Slam tells the story of Ray Joshua, an original, gifted young MC trapped in a war-zone housing project known as Dodge City. Unable to find a job, Ray copes with the despair and poverty of his neighborhood by using his wits and verbal talent. Written by
When Ray is on his way to the poetry night, he gets on the metro at the Cleveland Park station, rides, and gets off at the metro at the same station: Cleveland Park. See more »
And they start shooting at the children / one by one / two by two / three by three / four by four / five by five / six by six / But my spirit is growing seven by seven.
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Performed by Noreaga featuring Brown & Maze
Written by Noreaga (as V. Santiago), A. Brown, E. Almonte and Maze (as M. Allen)
Noreaga appears courtesy of Penalty Records
Maze appears courtesy of Thugged Out Entertainment
Contains samples from "Rainbow Ride"
Written by J. Crain, Charlie Daniels (as C. Daniels), Taz Di Gregorio (as W. DiGregorio), Fred Edwards (as F. Edwards), Charlie Hayward (as C. Hayward) and J. Marshall
Performed by The Charlie Daniels Band
Courtesy of Epic Records/Sony Music See more »
A movie that will move you in every possible way. A 'black gangsta' movie that doesn't rely on mindless violence to give you the 'message'.
The 'message' from this movie is beautiful and the poetry is mindblowing (especially the last poem). The acting is excellent throughout and the funny thing is that all the acting is natural and it seems like you are a watching a gritty documentary. (Look out for the jail riot and you will understand what I mean).
A highly recommended movie, do not miss it.
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