New Flavors

Categories: Music, History
1hr 5min | 2008
Filmmakers Brian Bentley and Vernon Clarke take a look beyond the familiar East and West Coast Hip Hop scene in this groundbreaking and poignant documentary film. New Flavors explains the impact of Southern Hip Hop and how the whole genre has impacted the cultural, economic, political and social landscape of American society.

This piece focuses on the current status of Hip Hop and how the South's influence has been instrumental in shaping the way Hip Hop has evolve over the recent years. Southern stars like Akon, Chamillionaire, Piles, Luke and Trina, are among the featured artists that help examine the rise of the musical phenomenon that is Southern Hip Hop.

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Topics: Hip Hop, African American, Black History, Influence, Culture, Southern
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