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What Happened Up in the Attic? The Hip Hop Old Skool Movie

Find out what happened in the infamous attic hangout in the 1980's in Teaneck NJ

Download the soundtrack on Itunes!
Includes songs by The Crash Crew, Chill Rob G, Lakem Shabazz, Paula Perry and more!
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/up-in-attic-hip-hop-movie/id352918300
also available on Cdbaby

Download movie on Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Up-Attic-Jamian-Jamal-Blackmon/dp/B002SSUT44

Also available on Google Play! Old school hip hop music

Up in the Attic! A Hip Hop Coming of Age Story!

Today's teens have to make some tough decisions and even back in the day in hip hop's golden era where there was peace, love, unity and having fun, there was also, sex, drugs and hip hop along with some bullies. What will it take before one of the leaders of these popular rappers and street astrologers known as "The Gods" start to wake up from the celebrity hood status and start to man up and get ready for the real world?

The attic was where they would hang out and do their dirt. It was the legendary teen room that everyone wanted to visit! Take a peek into this infamous suburban Teaneck NJ hangout if you dare. But beware, you will find lots of smoke and jokes there as well as a few concerned citizens from the community.

Directed by Kamal Imani and Co-Directed by Christopher Brown (Brown Dogg Productions)
Starring Jamian Blackmon and co-starring Jarred Solomon, Steven A Robinson, Ericka M Williams, Perry Wynn and much more.
Cameo appearances by hip hop Zulu Nation Legend DJ Lord Yoda and Zulu Nation members.
Also, DJ's Cool Clyde and Cisco, Champagne, Reggie Reg from the Crash Crew and Chill Rob G "I Got the Power".

What happens in the Attic, Stays in the Attic!

To contact Director-Poet-Youth Mentor Kamal Imani for bookings, interviews and information contact Mr. Kevin Barksdale
at 201-923-9213 and Facebook "Kamal.Imani"

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