Four teenaged boys living in Harlem become fugitives when one of them commits a murder during a robbery he persuaded the others to participate in.
From acclaimed producer/director Peter Spirer (Rhyme & Reason, Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel, BEEF 1-3) comes the first film to ever capture the energy and danger of hyphy, the Hip Hop youth movement exploding out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Experience pure "hyphy", the state of mind celebrated in the music, fashion, slang and dance of this culture that popularized ghostriding the whip - walking, running or dancing next to a moving car. With music by top Bay Area Hip Hop artists Mac Dre, E-40, Keak the Sneak, the Federation and more, GHOSTRIDE THE WHIP is about more than the street parties and sideshows of hyphy: "It's not just a word or a song... it's how we live out there."
They were the poster boys of the East-Coast-West-Coast hip hop rivalry. Join us as we pit The Notorious B.I.G. against Tupac Shakur to find out who was the greatest M.C.
A New York assassin is hired to murder a beautiful woman who wants to die. The killer has to deal with emotions he didn't know he had when he falls in love with her.
Low ticket sales force the closure of two Broadway shows. After opening to negative reviews on June 19th, 'Holler If Ya Hear Me,' the Tupac Shakur influenced show has been silenced. In recent weeks the show was running below 50 percent capacity. And after packing a punch for three months 'Rocky' also gets knocked off the Great White Way.
Ed Lover interrupts Nas' concert to announce the death of Tupac Shakur. (11.26.07)
The Broadway show 'Holler If Ya Hear Me,' which is based on the life of Tupac Shakur, will close its doors.
Randall Miller and his wife are free on bond, but still face charges following a fatal train crash on the set of their Gregg Allman biopic that killed a crew member. Also, the Tupac Shakur musical "Holler if Ya Hear Me" will close after less than two months on Broadway. Suzanne Marques has today's Eye on Entertainment.
Tupac Shakur musical to close Sunday on B'way; Golden Globe producers, organizers settle lawsuit; Hogwarts castle opens its doors to Japanese fans. (July 14)
Benjamin Franklin discusses Tupac Shakur's diss track Hit Em Up
With all the hype about the TUPAC movie online auditions. Ricardo de Las Cupids Montalban wants in on the action! Check out his audition reel submission to star in the role of the world famous rap artist- TUPAC SHAKUR!
Tupac Shakur ascent to rap icon status was chronicled more closely in VIBE than any other publication, particularly through three in-depth cover story interviews penned by esteemed journalist Kevin Powell. As VIBE celebrates its 20th year in print, Powell traces our eternal connection with a rap legend in the first of a series of 10 videos sharing the back stories behind our most provocative articles. Here is part two of Powell's three part series.
Highlights of this day in history: Israel and the Palestinians sign a major accord; President George W. Bush takes responsibility for the federal response to Hurricane Katrina; Attica prison uprising ends; Rapper Tupac Shakur dies. (Sept. 13)
Miley Cyrus opted for a minidress featuring images of rappers Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur and the words 'Please Stop Violence' on it.
A musical inspired by the music of late rapper Tupac Shakur could soon be coming to Broadway! A workshop called 'Holler If Ya Hear Me' is currently in the works in New York. The new musical sets Shakur's music to an original story. And the late superstar's mother is one of the lead producers on the project. Producers are hoping to premiere it during the 2013-14 Broadway season.
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