The Release Party is a DVD documentary looking back at the trials and tribulations of Dilated Peoples, an underground rap sensation that languished on a major label for several years despite showing so much promise as an independent act that they had their pick of major-label offers from which to choose. In a way, the film is a celebration of Dilated Peoples' long-awaited return to the underground circa 2007, the title referencing the group's release from their contract with Capitol Records. Anyone who is a fan of the group -- or simply a fan of hip-hop, for that matter -- will find much to appreciate here. The film is directed by Jason Goldwatch, a longtime friend of the group who interweaves home-video footage with . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Trish W (gb) wrote: Good fun. Very funny.
Chelley a (fr) wrote: had me bugging up...
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RAHUL B (nl) wrote: most unpleasant documentary i ever watched
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