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Release Date:
26 September 2005 (USA) See more »
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Give it up for the Golden Age of hip-hop See more »
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Cast

 

Anthony Anderson ... Himself
Lil' Cease ... Himself

Ciara ... Herself

Sean Combs ... Himself (as Diddy)

Common ... Himself
Kid Creole ... Himself - Honoree (as Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five)
DJ Cut Creator ... Himself

Sandra 'Pepa' Denton ... Herself - Honoree (as Salt N' Pepa)

Snoop Dogg ... Himself

Jermaine Dupri ... Himself

Terry Ellis ... Herself (as En Vogue)
D.J. Enuff ... Himself

Faith Evans ... Herself

Eve ... Herself

Fab 5 Freddy ... Himself

Jerry Ferrara ... Himself (as Jerry 'Turtle' Ferrara)

Grandmaster Flash ... Himself - Honoree
James 'Kamal' Gray ... Himself (as The Roots)
Cindy Herron ... Herself (as En Vogue)
Leonard 'Hub' Hubbard ... Himself (as The Roots)

Ice-T ... Himself - Honoree
Cheryl 'Salt' James ... Herself - Honoree (as Salt N' Pepa)

Fat Joe ... Himself
Maxine Jones ... Herself (as En Vogue)

Big Daddy Kane ... Himself - Honoree

Kid Capri ... Himself

Queen Latifah ... Herself

Spike Lee ... Himself

LL Cool J ... Himself - Honoree

Nia Long ... Herself

Ludacris ... Himself

Biz Markie ... Himself

Melle Mel ... Himself - Honoree (as Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five)

Nas ... Himself

Nelly ... Himself

The Notorious B.I.G. ... Himself - Honoree (archive footage)
Raheim ... Himself - Honoree (as Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five)
Dawn Robinson ... Herself (as En Vogue)
Pete Rock ... Himself - House D.J.
The Roots ... Themselves
Deidre 'Spinderella' Roper ... Herself - Honoree (as Salt N' Pepa)
Scorpio ... Himself - Honoree (as Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five)

Joseph Simmons ... Himself - Host (as Rev Run)

Russell Simmons ... Himself - Host

T.I. ... Himself

Jeffrey A. Townes ... Himself (as Jazzy Jeff)

Tariq Trotter ... Himself (as Black Thought)

Kanye West ... Himself

Coco Austin ... Herself (uncredited)

Christopher Burris ... Choir Singer (uncredited)
Mr. Cee ... Himself (uncredited)

Ice Cube ... Himself (uncredited)

Soce the Elemental Wizard ... Himself - Audience (uncredited)

The Bishop Don Magic Juan ... Himself (uncredited)

Lil' Kim ... Herself (uncredited)

Regina King ... Herself (uncredited)

John Singleton ... Himself (uncredited)
Voletta Wallace ... Herself (uncredited)

Directed by
Louis J. Horvitz 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dimitri Ehrlich 

Produced by
Jac Benson II .... executive producer
Rahman Ali Bugg .... producer
Jackie Cardillo .... associate producer
Tom Case .... line producer
Patrizia Di Maria .... producer
Fab 5 Freddy .... consulting producer
Nelson George .... consulting producer
Gary Lanvy .... coordinating producer (as Gary M. Lanvy)
Lauren Quinn .... coordinating producer
Lee Rolontz .... executive producer
P. Frank Williams .... segment producer
William Heins .... screens producer: skitchTV (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Eric Wycoff 
 
Production Design by
Keith Raywood 
 
Art Direction by
Star Theodos 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Deborah Read .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Susan Pelino .... sound post-production mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Appel .... lighting programmer
Eric R. Boyer .... camera operator
Patrick Dierson .... lighting director
Joshua Watson .... assistant camera
 
Other crew
Rosalyn Berry .... production staff
Kurran Brown .... production assistant
Stella Bulochnikov Stolper .... celebrity talent (as Stella Stolper)
Melanie Ann Capacia .... production coordinator
Christopher J. Carey .... production assistant
Kelly Coffey .... production assistant
Michael Feimster .... production assistant
Kathy Flynn .... event producer
Joe Fontao .... location manager
Bruce Gillmer .... executive in charge of music and talent
Rod Holliday .... production assistant
Toy Holmes .... announcer voice
Shannon Horan .... producer: main title and show packaging
Dominique Jackson .... production associate
Mimi James .... celebrity talent
Rick Krim .... executive in charge of music and talent
Daniel LaGrua .... event assistant
Arthur Lewis .... stage manager
Josh Penchina .... production assistant
Matt Podaski .... production assistant
Richard A. Preuss .... first associate director
Fatima Robinson .... choreographer
Trevor Rose .... assistant
 
Thanks
Charlie Ahearn .... acknowledgment: additional footage provided by
Johnnie Mickey Bentson .... special thanks (as Mickey Bentson)
Marvet Britto .... special thanks (as Marvette Britto)
Troy Carter .... special thanks
Doug Cohn .... special thanks
Shakim Compere .... special thanks
Shawn Gee .... special thanks
Jorge Hinojosa .... special thanks
Andrew Shack .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
120 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
This was the first time Salt N' Pepa had performed together in seven years. It was also the first time the four original members of En Vogue had performed together in ten years.See more »
Movie Connections:
Features Boyz n the Hood (1991)See more »

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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Hip Hop Hip Hop, 6 October 2005
Author: bookertkilla from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Hip hop is now the best selling music out there right now.Now thanks to VH1 its exploring the roots of hip hop, the people who made it like what it is today. This year the honour show was amazing. Big Daddy Kane and Salt n Pepa feat En Vogue stole the show.They were just amazing.En Vogue should record again because they are still very good and Salt n Pepa are still hot.The Biggie tribute was alright but Lil Cease can't rap that good.Kanye was the best and Luda's flow wasn't working on Big's lines.Nelly looked like LL at first I thought it was him. But what was Ciara doing? But the man LL showed how to do it.Ice T and Snoop were just alright.But overall amazing show.

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