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The Good, the Bad and the Bling (2007)

Explores the current state of Hip-Hop and where it is going as a culture and social movement.

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The Good, The Bad and The Bling explores the current state of Hip-Hop and where it is going as a culture and social movement. With interviews and music performances from multi-platinum mega-Southern rap stars, the documentary also has exclusive interviews with Warner Records execs and Slip Slide Records CEO. Not to mention highly opinionated and knowledgeable suburban teens, parents, teachers, inner-city youth and several upcoming rap stars all weighing in on many diverse, topical and controversial issues in Hip-Hop, such as its constant negative stereotypes of women. The film also directly addresses major social, economic and political themes like the Iraq War, the Katrina Disaster and even homophobia in the Hip-Hop community. Written by Anonymous

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The Good, The Bad and The Bling...The End of the Bling Era In Hip-Hop

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