[Video] The Blackout 2013 Trailer

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Here's something that DJ's and Producers of Hip-Hop will really enjoy. There is a new Hip-Hop interview and documentary film coming out on April 30th called "The Blackout 2013". In the full video you'll see Crooked I discuss a possible collab between Slaughterhouse and Black Hippy, Audible Doctor discussing the benefits of him being a producer and an MC, and much more. This documentary aims to separate itself from the others by giving you a look at current and throwback artists speaking on many different aspects that the average hip-hop fan wouldn't know. Check out the full trailer and press release below then head on over to the website in the link below for more details.

Website: HHRpromo.net
YOUTUBE Channel: HipHopRenPromo

For a year now we and our supportive followers have been anticipating the release of one of hiphop’s most in depth documentaries “The Blackout 2013.” And unlike most interviews you see we tried to stray away from cliché questions like why do you rap and what is your favorite part about the craft. We feel that if anything a true hiphop head/fan should get the opportunity to actually learn about information that they don’t already know. So this prompted us to learn more about their lyrical analysis and each artist opinions of the current hiphop industry.  In “The Blackout 2013”  you’ll see Crooked I discuss a possible collab between Slaughterhouse and Black Hippy,  Audible Doctor discussing the benefits of him being a producer and an MC, Tef Poe describing what it was like for him to collab with Royce Da 5’9” and his performance experience with Talib Kweli, Chuck D’s original opinion of Kanye West, and Freestyle’s from Joe Cool and live performances other artists like Nice Guy. So if anything check out our gift to you all “The Blackout 2013” trailer.  The official release date of the Full Documentary is April 30th!



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