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Hip-Hop Uncensored DVD Volume Series

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Hip-Hop Uncensored is a set of DVDs consisting of 7 volumes made by 2 friends who call themselves renegade filmmakers from NY (Nutz Films). They’ve been touring the world since 1996 with some of the hottest names in Hip-Hop, Jarule, Lil’ Kim, Luke, DMX, Jay Z, Snoop Dog, Ice Cube, Wutang and many more. The first volume titled "New Rockstars" was released on VHS in 1998 ushering in the behind-the-scenes Hip-Hop genre. Volume 2 [1] was released in 2000 on DVD and was the first of its kind pioneering the street DVD era. The Hip Hop Uncensored DVD Series is a raw depiction of the platinum decade in hip-hop music and culture from 1996 to 2006.

This is not slick MTV stuff, you’re right there on stage, backstage, on the tour bus from the strip club to the studio. Here you get a sneak peek of P Diddy making a music video on the streets of New York with Nas. Then the action moves indoors and really heats up. Talk about girls, glamour and glitz, get a look at the fans who hang around. But in the world of rap there’s also violence, take a look at what happened at the studio session when the punches and the chairs start flying. Violence is often mixed up in HipHop but those who love the music the most say this music in its true form is born out of the good and bad side of street life across urban America. The Nutz Film crew gets down to business touring and hitting hip-hop shops around the country. Certainly, it’s raw it’s gritty and love it or hate it some people say it’s art so you can’t pick it apart you got to take it as a whole.

Other volumes include: Volume 3 "Hustlemania"[2] Volume 4 "Miami Vice"[3] Volume 5 "The Greatest Shows On Earth"[4] Volume 6 "Ready to Sign"[5] Volume 7 "Hustle On"[6]


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