Documentary: Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats And Rhymes | Must Watch!

Hip-Hop: Bey­ond Beats and Rhymes is a 2015 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. Hurt’s act­iv­ism in gender issues and his love of Hip-Hop caused him to feel what he described as a sense of hypo­crisy, and began work­ing on the film.

Hip-Hop: Bey­ond Beats & Rhymes provides a riv­et­ing exam­in­a­tion of man­hood, sex­ism, and homo­pho­bia in hip-hop cul­ture.

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Gata Malandra

Gata Malandra

Edit­or / Research­er at No Bounds
Gata is a music and arts lov­er, stud­ied anthro­po­logy, art man­age­ment and media pro­duc­tion ded­ic­at­ing most of her time to cre­at­ive pro­jects pro­duced by No Bounds.
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Gata is a music and arts lover, studied anthropology, art management and media production dedicating most of her time to creative projects produced by No Bounds.

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