The hardest group you've never heard of is back. Gangsta Rap is a mockumentary based on a group of over the hill gangster rappers (circa NWA), trying to make a comeback. Its a hilarious look at the soft underbelly of hard core hip hop.
Daily Show correspondent Stephen Colbert leads the drive for laughter, along with a lecherous puppet, outrageous musical acts, dedicated volunteers, and "scientific" proof that Xbox really is good for your health.
F. Michael Blum,
You know, you know, if my heart pumped blood, it would boil right now. But it don't. Ain't nothing but blueberry vodka in these veins, baby, and that's just what I wanna buy you a drink of shorty.
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What can i say ? After watching it i was throughly impressed with the production values, the cast, and even the way it was animated.
The story was told at a nice pace, and our main group of characters all had their own personalities, each one had an original feel to them.
The music produced by T-pain, and co-produced by Tha bizness, was just fantastic. I mean seriously the scores were first class. i honestly wanted the justice league to be in on the sound scape, but alas this was produced very well without them. T-pain and tha Bizness did what they do best.
After watching it felt like it went by so fast i had to rewind and watch it all over again, and when i did i found myself not being fatigued by the music. It was just as refreshing as when i heard it the first time.
If you have any love for hip-hop music or great music scores, then this would definitely be you cup of tea.
My score originally was a 8 out of 10 but i figure i'd bump it to 9 seeing as how those that hate it, don't quite fully understand it, thus i'll pickup some of their slack.
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