Despite a strong introduction, the film quickly falls into a narrative that is hyper focused on rap music, yet fails to include in a meaningful way, other musical movements that were taking place simultaneously and contributed significantly to the rise of Atlanta rap.
I recently sat down down with Grammy-award winning writer and producer Jermaine Dupri and talked with him about his social network, Global 14, engaging fans, finding new talent, and what the future holds for the music industry.
When y'all start asking what Obama's gonna do next, remember, he's already tackled one of the hardest jobs yet -- he made people care. And because they're paying attention, the kids are gonna be a part of the process.
It's Obama's own party that's pulling the guy every which way, like some whacked out back seat driver. "Turn left! No! Go straight ahead! What are you doing?!?" Everybody thinks he owes them and they're hell bent on trying to collect.