- Rated UNR
- Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
- Release Date: 5/4/2004
The producers of the raw and uncensored Def Comedy Jam and the Tony Award-winning Def Poetry Jam, in association with F.E.D.S. magazine, now take millions of hip-hop fans to the birthplace of the multi-billion dollar rap industry... The Streets. Bringing to life the stories chronicled in each issue of the unofficial street bible, new Def Filmmaker Kwame Amouku is given a pass to the neighborhoods, sets and underground spots that street bosses would never allow TV cameras to enter. In this documentary, you will see - for the first time ever:, Original and present day sets of South Central and Compton Bloods and Crips with OGs T. Rodgers and Michael Concepcion as our tour guides. The underground breeding, training, fighting and execution dens of the street's and hip-hop's official mascot, the pit bull the home and hustle spots of one of the only Harlem hustlers to ever get out of the game and live to tell about it. Told directly from the mouth of the legendary gentleman hustler himself, PeeWee Kirkland the site of the attempted murder of F.E.D.S. founder Antoine Clark and the story of the magazine's unlikely rise to become the street's first publishing dynasty a sneak preview of the home of legendary and present day bosses of the most notorious Jamaican Shottas, live and direct from Tivoli Gardens, Jamaica the censors are off, the cameras are rolling and the streets are talking!