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  1. An in-depth look at masculinity in hip-hop culture — where creative genius, poetic beauty, and mad beats collide with misogyny, violence, and homophobia. EXPLORE THE FILM.

  2. Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes is a 2006 documentary film written, produced, and directed by Byron Hurt. The documentary explores the issues of masculinity, violence, homophobia, and sexism in hip hop music and culture, through interviews with artists, academics, and fans.

  3. The documentary features revealing interviews about masculinity and sexism with rappers such as Mos Def, Fat Joe, Chuck D, Jadakiss, and Busta Rhymes, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, and cultural commentators such as Michael Eric Dyson and Beverly Guy-Shetfall.

    • (295)
    • Documentary, Music
    • Byron Hurt
    • 2006-01
  4. Jun 10, 2017 · The documentary features revealing interviews about masculinity and sexism with rappers such as Mos Def, Fat Joe, Chuck D, Jadakiss, and Busta Rhymes, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, and cultural...

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  5. Sparking dialogue on Hip-Hop and its declarations on gender, Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes provides thoughtful insight from intelligent, divergent voices including rap artists, industry executives, rap fans and social critics from inside and outside the hip-hop generation.

  6. Feb 20, 2007 · A “loving critique” from a self-proclaimed “hip-hop head,” Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes examines the complex intersection of culture, commerce, and gender through on-the-street interviews with aspiring rappers and fans at hip-hop events throughout the country.

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  8. Feb 20, 2007 · Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes: Directed by Byron Hurt. With Terrence Howard. A hip-hop fan addresses the art form's problems with sexism, masculinity, violence, and homophobia.

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