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The Emerging Queer Hip Hop Movement
This short film documents an emerging culture that is on the verge of becoming mainstream—the queer hip-hop scene. This documentary challenges the assumption that the "queer hip hop" movement is progressing solely because the U.S. is more open to homosexuality compared to 10 years ago. The ethnographic/interview approach uncovers other reasons that can be attributed to the increased visibility and success of left-of-center hip-hop artists and the broader movement. Featuring THEESatisfaction, Cakes Da Killa, C*** Mafia, and Jay Boogie.
Directed by Chasson Gracie and Willyum Beck. Viewer discretion is advised for strong language.
Courtesy of Gracie Management.
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