12 Jul Nas Presents ‘The Real Hip Hop’ Mini-Doc
The 6-minute mini-documentary, The Real Hip Hop is a collaboration between Nas and The Guardian. It explores the impact of Hip Hop and the art of breackdancing in Uganda, Cambodia, Yemen, and Colombia.
Nas does not appear in the film, but it’s great that he gave his support to showing a different side of Hip Hop and featuring impoverished young people around the world.
One young person featured in the film said, “Hip Hop is attractive” to young people in the hood because it “gives you hope” that things will get better, and makes you believe that “you have control over that change”.
According to The Guardian, the film gives us an “inspiring tribute to the uplifting power of music and movement”. The film was directed by Adam Sjoberg.
Take a look at The Real Hip Hop documentary below!
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