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Brenda's Got a Baby

Author
First Name: 
Tupac
Last Name: 
Shakur
Collaborators: 
Producer: Deion "Big D" Evans, The Underground Railroad
Publish Company: 
Interscope Records
Language: 
English
Medium: 
Textual
Year: 
1991

Music video for "Brenda's Got a Baby"

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Notes From the Underground (3): LA to the Bay

Medium: 
Textual

A continuation of the previous interview.

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Letters from Alou Siegal

Author
First Name: 
Mulie
Last Name: 
Jarjou
Language: 
Spanish, French
Medium: 
Video
Year: 
1990

After being smuggled into Spain, a young Senegalese drifts from one menial job to the next and eventually develops a relationship with a Spanish woman.

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Boss Recipe

Language: 
English
Medium: 
Textual
Year: 
1993

YO! MTV Raps episode hosted by Fab 5 Freddy, interspersed with group interviews of Super Cat, P. Diddy (Then called Puff Daddy), Heavy D and the Boyz, and Al Payne. Music Videos - "Dem No Worry Me," Super Cat feat. Heavy D; "It's On" Naughty By Nature; "Don't Curse," Heavy D.

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Notes From the Underground (2)

Publish Company: 
Blue Case
Language: 
English
Medium: 
Video

Home video from an amateur recording session - "West Coast Underground" 

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Lacey

Language: 
English
Medium: 
Video

Harvard on Hip Hop- by Aaron Tamala, Laura Weidman, Peter Santina

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Notes From the Underground (1)

Collaborators: 
Cali 9 Entertainment, Khynky Rhead, Ordinary People, etc.
Publish Company: 
Gold Case
Medium: 
Video

An interview regarding L.A. underground hiphop. This is followed by a live amateur performance. This is followed by an interview with a member of the Cali 9 Entertainment Group, Khynky Rhead. This followed by a performance by the group Ordinary People in a record studio. This is followed by footage of people hanging out (not much audible dialogue).

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Nobody Knows My Name

Author
First Name: 
Rachel
Last Name: 
Raimist
Collaborators: 
Asia One, DJ Symphony, Leaschea, Medusa, T-Love
Publish Company: 
Women Make Movies
Language: 
English
Medium: 
Video
Year: 
1999

NOBODY KNOWS MY NAME tells the story of women who are connected by their love for hip-hop music. Despite the fact that these talented female artists exist within a culture that revolves around self-expression, the subjects of Raimist's documentary must struggle to be heard. Asia One has found a niche as an organizer of the B-Boy Summit, but longs for a sense of female community.

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Kingdom Come

Publish Company: 
The Yolanda Show, 511 Films
Medium: 
Video
Year: 
2002

An episode of the Yolanda show featuring Gospel HipHop in the Queensboro North Bride Project.

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Boogie 8 Track Flashback

Language: 
English
Medium: 
Textual

Episode of 8 Track Flash Back hosted by David Cassidy focusing on "Boogie" songs.  Videos include: The Sylvers, "Boogie Fever"; A Taste if Honey, "Boogie Oogie Oggie"; KC and the Sunshine Band, "I'm Your Boogie Man"; Heatwave, "Boogie Nights"; Earth Wind and Fire and The Emotions, "Boogie Wonderland"

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