Women, Gender and Sexuality
Miss MC- Women in Rap
Hosted by Dee Barnes of Fox TV's "Pump It UP," with acts ranging from establishd artists like Queen Latifah, Salt-n-Peppa and MC Lyte to newcomers like Tam Tam.
Lyte Years highlights MC Lyte at her earlier years including her introduction into the hip hop game, her source of motivation, and interviews with fans. Music videos featured include "When in Love," "Lyte as a Rock," and "Eyes are the Soul."
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.
Group of four women discuss how black women need to unite, and perform a rap at a small cafe.
Nappy tells the story of 10 black women who chose to stop straightening their hair and "go natural."
“Unlock The Secret to Success In The Entertainment Industry Now!”
“You are about to discover the secrets of a hip-hop professional and how you too can climb the ladder of success in the entertainment industry.”
Slingshot Hip Hop weaves together the stories of young Palestnians living in Gaza, the West Bank and inside Israel as they discover Hip Hop and employ it as a tool to surmount divisions imposed by occupation and poverty.
Vitima Fatal: Dee Mau on the recipe for the success of the group
O Yo! MTV Rap can return from exile to which it was condemned. Details on the project.
Steve Biko was one of the greatest black leaders in South Africa - see into some of his life.
1. Rubia- Contando Realidades (Intro)
2. Tarja Preta- Falsa Abolicao
3. Poetiza- Mesmo Assim
4. Atal- Sob Medida
5. Nana Brown- Prece
6. Expressao Verbal- Sente e Batida
7. Grazi Rillo- Mala-gra-decido
8. Miscivel- Motivacao
9. Livre Ameanca- Choro ou Risos
10. Odisseia- Celula
11. Zulu Queen Ana- Pare Pense