The critically acclaimed Ice-T-directed documentary, Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, which was originally premiered at select theatres in June, aired on VH1 last night. The film is packed with insightful interviews from Afrika Bambaata, Big Daddy Kane, Eminem, Kanye West, and more. Watch the entire documentary here.
Hot 97 takes to the rep carpet of the New York City premiere of Ice T’s upcoming film, Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap, hitting theatres today.
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Sitting down with DJ Sense in ATL, Ice-T speaks on CoCo, Clear Channel Radio and his Art Of Rap documentary.
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In these brief clips from Ice-T’s directorial debut, Reggie speaks on his very first performance. Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap hits theaters this Friday (June 15th).
Ice-T directed the new hip-hop film, The Art of Rap, hitting theaters Friday, June 15 — and swung by #SwayInTheMorning to talk about it. He wasn’t afraid to explain his gangsta, clear rumors about disrespectful fans towards his wife, Coco, and even explains the difference between an MC and a rapper.
Eminem isn’t the only artist featured on Ice-T’s upcoming documentary. Check up top as Kanye West speaks on how he first started writing his rhymes on paper during the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy sessions. After the jump Nas kicks some bars, then answers Ice-T’s question as to why rap music isn’t respected.
Ice-T is making his directorial debut wit the docu-film Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, in theaters June 15th. In these outtakes, Lonnie speaks on his hip hop influences as well as his very first verse.
You can also catch the full trailer for Something From Nothing down bottom.
Something To Nothing: Art Of Rap is a feature length performance documentary film about the runaway juggernaut that is Rap music. At the wheel of this unstoppable beast is the film’s director and interviewer Ice-T. Ice-T takes us on a deeply personal journey to uncover how this music of the street has grown to dominate the world. Along the way Ice-T meets some of the remarkable superstars of Rap, from Eminem to Dr Dre, to Snoop Dogg and Kanye West. He exposes the roots and history of Rap and then, through meeting most of it’s most famous protagonists studies the living mechanism of the music to reveal The Art Of Rap.
First Rosa Acosta got the feature now Curtis has nominated Ice-T’s bitch (what? I’m sure he calls her that too) to be BooBooTV’s Beauty of the Week. I guess it’s because of her recent spread in Playboy (which I’ve included below).
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Slaughterhouse brought out the original gangster at the New York leg of Rock The Bells, and he went into a slighty homophobic freestyle. No shots, just saying. Props to miss info.
I’m still sticking to the fact that if I were Ice-T’s kid, I’d so be trying to walk in on Coco while she’s getting dressed. And I know I’m not the only one who’s thought that either. Props to the BoBO.