OR, was it street DVD’s like Smack?
Showed you just how stupid your favorite rapper would act
Smack stands for Streets Music Art Culture and Knowledge
With a permanent ear to the streets, SMACK co-founders Tony “Smack” Mitchell and Eric Beasley documented hip-hop culture with a rawness that captivated fans from the bricks to the ‘burbs. Preceding the explosion of YouTube, Twitter and rap blogs, SMACK was the streets’ go-to source for battles, beef and exclusive interviews throughout the last decade. SMACK’s unprecedented access to the game’s hottest artists and edgy shooting style provided countless unforgettable moments and gave fans a glimpse into the lives of their favorite rappers long before they were only a tweet away.
Here is a list of the Top 10 Things from SMACK DVDs
Some of the stupid shit Dipset going into a crowd in Philly and fights breaking out and shit.
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