Make Some Noise
1994, 57:00 minutes, colour, English
Make Some Noise is a fascinating musical journey into the underground world of Canadian hip hop, circa 1994. Make Some Noise takes us into the streets and neighbourhoods where rap music was born and hip hop culture thrives. The mid 1990s was a fertile time for the Canadian rap music scene. This music was exploding into the mainstream, courtesy of artists like Maestro Fresh Wes and the Dream Warriors. Make Some Noise introduces audiences to the next generation of talented artists like powerful woman rapper MC Motion, Juno award winners Ghetto Concept, and future star Mos Def. Also featured is hip hop manager turned Canadian Idol host, Farley Flex. Make Some Noise sheds some much needed light on the new face of Canadian urban music.
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