Contributed by AdamBernard:
This past weekend a new Hip-Hop documentary titled The Hip-Hop Project hit theaters. The film chronicles the founding of a group called The Hip-Hop Project and their development both as people and as artists, diving deep into the lives of two of the members, Cannon and Princess, as well as the founder, Chris “Kazi” Rolle. According to Kazi the goal of The Hip-Hop Project was, and still is, to “raise the standard of creativity that’s in Hip-Hop,” and this week he’s sitting down with us at RapReviews to discuss the film, why he feels it’s different from other Hip-Hop documentaries, and what he feels everyone from artists to non Hip-Hop fans can gain from it. For the full interview, visit rapreviews.com.