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Highlighting the rise, fall and rise again of original members of The Sugarhill Gang, Wonder Mike (Michael Wright) and Master Gee (Guy O'Brien). The Sugarhill Gang recorded the first ever platinum rap album and rap song and are credited with introducing hip hop to the world more than thirty years ago. Follow The Sugarhill Gang�s rise to fame, and subsequent struggles as they fight the legal system which stripped them of their identities and rightful legacies.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great documentary of exploitation! July 22 2013
By Curtis Fry - Published on Amazon.com
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There's nothing surprising here. The familiar story of artists who are drawn into a maze of deceit and exploitation only to find themselves on the outside looking in and badly in debt. The interesting twist is how individuals tried to market themselves in false names to the degree that they actually believed in the deceptions! Very well crafted and amazingly revealing! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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All Recording Artists should see this DVD Oct. 24 2013
By Teecha - Published on Amazon.com
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I was hip to some of the things mentioned in the documentary, like musicians calling home needing cash because they hadn't gotten paid, but getting the full story straight from the headliners Master Gee and Wonder Mike of how they were treated and their struggle to regain their brand, their ability to make a living, their names...priceless!
Surprising and informative Oct. 27 2014
By Darryl K Stapleton - Published on Amazon.com
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Surprised by the behind the scenes fighting, deceit and corruption. Changed my opinion of Sylvia Robinson, I'll leave it at that. How can you appropriate someone else's work as your own just for the money? Those of us that know who the Sugarhill Gang were and are, know better. The judge in the case half-assed the decision and while they were able to recoup their individual names, they still got robbed.
great movie gotta buy! Jan. 13 2015
By Fatimah - Published on Amazon.com
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man this movie was great i have watched it 3 times! this documentary was filmied over a many years so you see them evolve from like 2009 to 2013.
so the only thing i really dont like is it doesnt get as in depth about their music as i would like but hey what can you say it really inst about their musical upbringing its actually a movie about their name so that fans can find them.
the other thing i want to say about this dvd and wondermike master gee and big hen is that they need to come out with ANOTHER ONE cuz im loving it!
Never trust words but trust peoples ways May 5 2014
By Russell Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed the DVD, but its the same old scam that the entertainment industry always seems to pull on young talent that hasn't learned the financial end of the game, you hate to see this happen but there is an old saying that goes don't run around with your nose all snotty, if you don't know something you ought to ask somebody. I was glad to see them not give up, and they kept on till they got their names , but they also took the song GOOD TIMES without permission. A good DVD on what not to do in the recording industry

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