TOP 5 HIP HOP MOVIES TO WATCH WHILE ON QUARANTINE
You can still enjoy Hip Hop from your home while you’r on quarantine. Keep your mind off the pandemic in the comfort of your home with these top box office hip hop titles.
Racking in 20 million in box office sales. The 2009 Drama is the life story of the legend Notorious B.I.G as well as his death. The Drama tells about the artists violent street life and how he made it all the way to the top. It casts Jamal Woolard playing Biggie Smalls, Faith Evans playing herself, and Anthony Mackie playing Tupac Shakur.
#4. All Eyes on Me
Racking in 55.7 million in box office sales. The 2017 Drama is the true and untold story of the rapper, actor, poet and activist Tupac Shakur. The movie casts Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur, Kat Graham as Jada Pinkett and Jamal Woolard as Notorious B.I.G.
#3. Get Rich or Die Tryin
Racking in 46.4 million in box office sales. This drama is based on the story of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s childhood, street life, and the start of his musical career. The movie also shows his experience of getting shot nine times and surviving to come back bigger and better in the rap industry. The movie casts Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson as 50 Cent, Joy Bryant as Charlene, and Terrence Howard as Mama.
#2. Straight Outta Compton
Racking in 201.6 million in box office sales. The Drama tells the story of how the group N.W.A revolutionized music and changed hip hop forever. The movie casts Corey Hawkins as Dr. Dre, Jason Mitchell as Easy-E, O’she Jackson Jr. as Ice Cube, and Lakeith Stanfield as Snoop Dogg.
#1. 8 Mile
Racking in 242.9 million office sales. The Drama is the story of Rapper Eminems life growing up in Detroit. It also shows the beginnings of his rap career as he becomes a neighborhood legend from battle rapping which jumpstarted his colossal career. The movie casts Eminem as Eminem, The late Brittany Murphy as Alex and Mekhi Phifer as Future.
Information box office sales via IMDb
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Dahlia Koca is an artist of many talents. She is a model, radio host, journalist, author, business owner and mommy.
Dahlia started modeling in 2008 when she won the crown of Miss Colorado. She then became a published model in serval magazines including Playboys Miss Social. She is currently working as a Fleet Dj Model. She does runways and is also a Video Vixen who goes by the name “Lovely the Vixen”.
Dahlia attended Dj school in Negril Jamiaca which later led to her hosting her own radio shows entitled “Gritt House” and “Lit Tea Drip” which air on several different radio shows.
Dahlia became a publish magazine writer at the age of 10 and has been writing ever since. She is currently a hip hop journalist of the column “Gritt House” on Straight Official Mag, the writer of the “Lit Tea Drip” Blog and is also the writer of “10 Min Move” in Krush Magazine. Dahlia was promoted to executive director of Krush Magazine last year.
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