10 Top Most Influential Hip-Hop Movies Of All Time
At the point when rap music was made, it gave Americans a perspective of the hood. The media declined to cover the destitution stricken minority-filled neighbourhoods, so rappers turned into our ghetto writers
3. Boyz N The Hood
Boyz N The Hood launched Ice Cube’s acting profession. Singleton turned into the main Black chief assigned for the Best Director grant at the Oscars in 1992 on account of his work on this movie. The epic show takes after Ricky, Tre, and Doughboy, and represents the perils of posse way of life in LA.
DMX and Nas star as Tommy and Sincere in this Hype Williams directed gangsta flick. At the time, Nas and X were two of the hottest rappers in hip-hop, and their genuine hoodlum persona helped the credibility of Belly.