The first hip-hop whodunnit, "Who's the Man" is a 1993 comedy film starring Yo! MTV Raps hosts Dr. Dre and Ed Lover and features several cameo appearances by some of hip-hop's top acts at that time.
Check out the flick below...
Talk about timing, directly on the heels of the recent Trayvon Martin verdict, Ryan Coogler‘s directorial debut, Fruitvale Station, based on the 2008 murder of unarmed 22-year-old Oscar Grant, could not have been delivered at a more relevant time.
Now playing in selected theaters.
A NBA Champion will be crowned on tomorrow night that we know for sure. The question is who will it be...The San Antonio Spurs or The Miami Heat? Either way, this has truly been a great NBA Finals. We thought Bill Conti's "Going The Distance" from the motion picture Rocky would be a great interlude leading into Game 7 tomorrow night 9pm EST/ 6pm PST on ABC.
Katt Williams sat down with BlackTree TV for an exclusive interview. He discusses Kevin Hart wearing a dress, the Illuminati and his role in Scary Movie 5.
Check out the interview below...
The 1st in "the Producer Series" designed to let Black Stax vibe off the production of one producer at a time, yet still work with a variety of producers... 6 songs from the lo-fi gallery of Rob Castro, mix hauntingly with the mic sklls of Jace Ecaj and Silas Blak, and Felicia Loud's soulful vocal styles tie the whole thing together.
"I know all the comedians and actors secrets" -- Katt Williams
Katt apparently has an issue with Jaime Foxx and Quinton Tarantino for the making of "Django Unchained". Katt has put both men on blast in recent days. Could this be a reason for Katt's latest brush with the law for child endangerment? What do you think?
Check out the videos below and be the judge.
"ACROSS 110TH ST YOU CAN FIND IT ALL IN THE STREET"
When a crew of gun-totin' gangsters knocks over a Mafia racket in Harlem, their plan gets blown to hell and the crib gets blown to bits! But as the bullets start flyin' and cops start dyin', a pair of New York's finest are forced to work together to bring justice to the streets before the Mafia brings the ghetto to its knees!
Watch the trailer below...
Cam Brady played by Will Ferrell and Marty Huggins played by Zach Galifianakis are rival North Carolina politicians with presidential aspirations. The two tangle in this hilarious comedy named "The Campaign".
Barack and Romney will love this one... Watch the trailer below.
Sa Da Tay!
Pootie Tang, the hero of the ghetto, battles against the evil Corporate America, who tries to steal his magic belt and make him sell out by endorsing addictive products to his people.
Watch out for that gorilla...
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The inner workings of the New York hip-hop scene, along with the fascination of white observers and hip-hop culture sets the stage for this drama.
Check out this scene from "Black and White" below, as Mike Tyson is approached by Robert Downey, Jr.