Hip Hop Uncovered is a six part docuseries produced by Malcolm Spellman, from FX, which premiered in February 2021.[1] The series discusses the connection between hip hop artists and street culture, and those behind the scenes who helped "bridge" them together.[2] The stories are told through the eyes of Big U, Deb Antney, Bimmy, Trick Trick, and Hatian Jack who were considered players in connecting street culture with hip hop.[3]

References

  1. ^ White, Peter. "The Inside Story Of 'Hip Hop Uncovered': Malcolm Spellman & Rashidi Harper Dive Deep On FX Docuseries". Deadline. Retrieved 9 March 2021.
  2. ^ Berman, Judy. "Teaching Black History Has Become a Flashpoint. Three New Docuseries Refuse to Sugarcoat Their Narratives". Time Magazine. Retrieved 9 March 2021.
  3. ^ Thomas, Dawton. "FX's 'Hip-Hop Uncovered' Shows How Big U, Deb Antney, Haitian Jack, Bimmy & Trick Trick Hustled The Game With Street Savvy". Vibe. Retrieved 9 March 2021.