Beyond Gangster Blackface: A Critical Analysis of Gangster Rap

This documentary “BEYOND GANGSTER BLACKFACE” takes a critical look at the power of music lyrics and how lyrics can influence the mentality, language, and behavior of young impressionable children. In particular, the documentary explores how Gangster Rap promotes black male criminality, disrespect of women, and negative male/female relationships. Other topics discussed in the full film include the East Coast / West Coast Beef, police brutality, Blaxploitation films, domestic violence, manhood, fatherhood, womanhood, motherhood, and how to protect your mind from negative media programming.

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FEATURING: Akanundrum, Alonzo Williams, Ayida Honor, Gaknew Roxwel, Keidi Awadu, Luke Ellington, Mecca Islam, Nubia I., Sadiki Bakari, Salahdeen Asad, Sonia Barrett, and Wolfgang Amadeuz

Written, Directed, and Edited by Lenon Honor
Executive Producer: Lenon Honor
Soundtrack by Lenon Honor

The full version of the documentary is 1 hour and 43 minutes in length. You can view the full version online at:

You can purchase the full documentary on DVD. The DVD includes the full 1 hour and 43 minute documentary plus 1 hour and 40 minutes of bonus video footage. To purchase your copy of the documentary visit:

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