“The Show” – Genre Giants

By DeFame of the WRONG CROWD » Documentary, Genre Giants, Music
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The Show is a 1995 documentary film about hip hop music. It was directed by Brian Robbins and featured interviews with some of hip hop’s biggest names. Def Jam founder Russell Simmons stars in and narrates the film. The film grossed $1,482,892 in its opening weekend and $2,702,578 during its theatrical run.


Cast Afrika Bambaataa The Notorious B.I.G. Kurtis Blow Sean “Puffy” Combs Snoop Doggy Dogg Dr. Dre Warren G Andre Harrell of Uptown Records Kid Capri LL Cool J Craig Mack Method Man Melle Mel Naughty by Nature Raekwon Run-D.M.C. Slick Rick Russell Simmons Tha Dogg Pound Twinz Whodini Wu-Tang Clan.

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While endlessly working on new material, DeFame runs his blog, GenreGiants.com - "Genre Giants" focuses on self-growth and serves as a platform to promote indie artists/companies, as well as the Giants who helped define their Genre's.

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