Episode 33

Published on:

8th Jun 2023


In the 2020 film version of the Broadway musical Hamilton, a young and ambitious Alexander Hamilton yearns to write a long-lasting legacy of his own, and of a brand new country in the New World he helped create. Aaron Burr, one of history's great frenemies, stands in his way.    

This episode of Hip Hop Movie Club answers the question: Just how revolutionary was the hip-hop infused story and theatrical production of "Hamilton?" 

Hamilton on IMDb

Where to Watch: Disney+

Why Hamilton is as frustrating as it is brilliant — and impossible to pin down (Vox)


Hip Hop Movie Club is produced by your HHMC's: Boogie, JB and DynoWright! Theme music by Boogie. Additional music "Thrash Metal" by Muzaproduction / Aleksandr Karabanov from Pixabay.

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About the Podcast

Hip Hop Movie Club
Celebrating and re-examining old and new hip hop-themed films
This show is for Gen X hip hop fans who want to relive the glory days and reconsider classic and modern hip hop films from a current day perspective. Together we explore some of the societal issues raised in these films, discuss fascinating trivia, and suggest whether this film is worth your time. In any case, you'll be a smarter hip hop fan by the end of each episode.

HHMC is brought to you by a trio of longtime hip hop fans: JB, an 80s and 90s nostalgia junkie, Boogie, a veteran DJ and graffiti artist, and DynoWright, serial podcaster and filmmaker.