Hip Hop Life takes viewers inside the world of freestyle rap

Screen Media will release Hip Hop Life – a documentary featuring some of the country’s top underground freestyle rappers as they face off in a battle royale for “Rhyme City Supremacy.” The DVD will be released on April 3rd and has a suggested retail price of $19.98.

The documentary pitts Houston vs. Detroit.  Detroit’s toughest MC battle rappers, who have appeared on Showtime, VH-1 and MTV, face Houston’s best street rappers, all on the verge of stardom themselves.  Only one ‘hood’ will survive this intense verbal slaughterhouse and be crowned the ultimate MC Battle city.

This quest for Rhyme City Supremacy is uncensored, unpredictable and unmerciful verbal warfare of the most intense degree.  It’s Detroit versus Houston as comedian T.K. Kirkland from G-Unit blazes the mic, while Jadakiss, MC Lyte, and Freeway judge this one-time only Hip Hop battle. 

Featuring real battles, real street footage and live performances by award winning platinum artists like Rick Ross and Young Jeezy, “Hip Hop Life” showcases the rhyme skills and tight tracks of the hottest performers in the underground world of hip hop.  Other highlights include interviews with renowned rapper Fat Joe and more.

The super charged DVD contains over 45 minutes of special bonus features including a look behind the scenes, a history of the ‘City vs. City’ Battle, plus an exciting battle between Ohio State and Ohio University that will keep audiences guessing.  In addition, the disc is packaged with an exclusive mixed tape CD that features some of today’s hottest young hip-hop stars. 

Bonus features are set to include:
Over 45 minutes of bonus material
Special behind the scenes footage
History of the “City vs. City” Battle
Ohio State vs. Ohio University Battle

Hip Hop Life is now available for pre-order at Amazon. As of yet, there is not a release date for the UK. Visit the DVD database for more information.

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