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3 upcoming hip-hop documentaries, featuring Eminem




Image: Big Daddy Kane, The DOC, Eminem, Chuck D

1. “Paragraphs I Manifest” by Big Daddy Kane

Last year, in an interview with HipHopDX, legendary rapper Big Daddy Kane confirmed that he was interviewing Eminem and Jay-Z for his upcoming Netflix documentary, called “Paragraphs I Manifest.” The hip-hop icon said: “I got Jay Z, Eminem, KRS-One, Doug E. Fresh. I even got some of the battle rappers like Goodz Da Animal and Aye Verb, so it is coming out real good. I am supposed to do Common on Monday.” He even shared a picture with Eminem from the studio where the interview was held. Release date is yet unknown.

2. The DOC by The D.O.C. 

THE DOC documentary is about legendary rapper The D.O.C. which premiered this summer at some movie festivals. It features heavyweight cast of Hip Hop stars like Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Xzibit, Too $hort, Kurupt, Daz Dillinger and more. It is directed by David Caplan and chronicles the life and career of Tracy Lynn Curry, who rose to fame in the late ’80s and early ’90s as a platinum-selling rapper, songwriter for N.W.A, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E and others, and co-founder of Death Row Records.

Eminem even shared a clip of himself and The D.O.C. from the documentary and in the caption he wrote:  “No one can do it better… me and THE DOC from his upcoming documentary.” Release date is yet unknown.


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3. “Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World.” by Chuck D

The four-part music documentary boxset featuring and executive produced by Hip Hop legend, Public Enemy’s Chuck D, called “Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World,” is to premiere on BBC iPlayer on 21st of January, 2023. The docuseries will tell the story of the relationship between politics and the Hip Hop movement, recounting the origins of the revolutionary artform through first-hand accounts and charting the journey of how Hip Hop became a cultural phenomenon, against a backdrop of social and political American history.

Hip-Hop legends featured in the series include Eminem, B-Real from Cypress Hill, DMC, Ice-T, Fat Joe, KRS-One, LL COOL J, MC Lyte, Monie Love, Abiodun Oyewole, Roxanne Shanté, and Will.I.Am.