Episode 5

Published on:

8th Jun 2022

Hip Hop Movie Club - Style Wars

Your HHMCs Boogie, DynoWright and JB vibe on "the original hip hop documentary" Style Wars on Episode 5 of the Hip Hop Movie Club podcast.

Style Wars official site

Style Wars on IMDb

Where to Watch: Roku Channel, Peacock

"The Message" by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five

"Rockin' It" by the Fearless Four

"Respiration" by Black Star (Mos Def and Talib Kweli)

"8th Wonder" by The Sugarhill Gang

"Feel the Heartbeat" by the Treacherous Three

The clip from Style Wars set to "The Wanderer" by Dion

Taki 183

A recent New York Times article on Ed Koch

Seen on Artnet

Kase 2 on mtv.com

"Fame" Theme Song by Irene Cara

"Meathead" (Rob Reiner)

Cap interview on Senses Lost


Hip Hop Movie Club is produced by your HHMC's: Boogie, JB and DynoWright! Theme music by Boogie.   

Special thanks to Susan Berger, Towanda Edwards, and Alice Seneres.   

Hit us up at hiphopmovieclub@gmail.com or on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @hiphopmovieclub. You can also check us out at hiphopmovieclub.com.  

On the next episode of the Hip Hop Movie Club podcast, your HHMCs will discuss the all time classic Friday starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. But wait, there's more. Watch your feed for a little bonus content next week. Subscribe today on your favorite podcast app and you won't miss any of it.

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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.