This is the documentary corporations won’t want you to view and study. If you are upset at the way corporations have co-opted Hip Hop and re-sold it in the most racist, hyper-violent, and misogynistic ways possible, then this is a film you must watch. “Hip Hop, White Supremacy & Capitalism: Why Corporations Infiltrated RAP Music” is an incredibly powerful and in-depth film focusing on the nefarious role corporations have played in co-opting Hip Hop Music (RAP), suppressing socially and politically progressive messages, while creating and promoting the most racist, misogynistic and hyper-violent images.
“Hip Hop, White Supremacy & Capitalism: Why Corporations Infiltrated RAP Music” exposes seldom discussed facts regarding the relationship between Hip Hop and Corporations. This film features Hip Hop artists like: Narubi Selah, Capital‑X, The Welfare Poets, Jasiri‑X and media activists like: Rosa Clemente, Dr. Jared Ball, Paul Porter and Solomon Comissiong.
This documentary also showcases a ton of Hip Hop footage that places its focus in brilliant context for viewers. To say this film is a “MUST SEE” might be an understatement. This film should be used a tool to mobilize, galvanize and organize communities to reject Corporate Back Hip Hop, Create Alternative Media and to Support Hip Hop Artists whose music uplifts, empowers and educates its audiences.