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The Making of a Don

Title: The Making of a Don
Author: Ice Cube
Publisher: Bio-Works Films
Copyright: 2003
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The true life tale of the great american dream. One mans rise from the streets of South Central Los Angeles to the hills of Hollywood. Ice Cube born Oshea Jackson, made a name for himself with the controversial group N.W.A. [Niggas With Attitude]. After only being paid 32,000 dollars for his involvement he left the group. Witness how one of the architects of gangster rap started a solo career that's responsible for a number of multi-platinum albums and taking hip-hop to the movies in 1991 with a groundbreaking performance in [Boyz-N-the Hood]. Since then Cube has starred in 21 movies, composed music for 16, produced 10, written 5, and directed one. Building a film empire takes you on a journey through his humble beginnings and through his extraordinary career that has spanned over nearly two decades. Get up-close and personal with one of this generations most compelling artist and human beings.

Language: English
Copies at the Archive: 2

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