Bad Rap Documentary Film

Turn on the radio; change the channel on your TV; open a magazine. Where are the Asian-American rappers? In the documentary Bad Rap, director Salima Koroma and producer Jaeki Cho bring 4 artists to the forefront, and get the conversation started as to how they are impacting hip-hop history. SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements has the story.

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