Rick Ross, Scarface, Rich Homie Quan, Gucci Mane, Trick Daddy, Mannie Fresh, Lil Jon, Master P, Killer Mike, and DJ Drama are just a few of the stars featured in a groundbreaking new Hip-Hop documentary titled The Takeover: What You Really Know About the Dirty South?
The film traces the history of the five major hubs in the South — Miami, New Orleans, Memphis, Houston and Atlanta — and how each region impacted Hip-Hop culture and the significant artists who rose to fame. Exclusive never-before-seen interviews from a star-studded cast of artists, producers, DJs, CEOs and music industry professionals, make this film a MUST SEE!
WATCH THE TRAILER: The Takeover: What You Really Know About the Dirty South?
The 90-minute documentary is co-produced, directed and written by industry heavyweight Andre “Jack Frost” Stephens, with a film score by Memphis-based DJ Jus Borne and film soundtrack by executive producer and multi-platinum music producer Drumma Boy.
Find out where to watch it at www.thetakeovermovie.com.
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