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Win 'Hip Hop Life' on DVD ... TODAY!

'Hip Hop Life' is a documentary featuring some of the country’s top underground freestyle rappers as they face off in a battle-royale for “Rhyme City Supremacy”. The documentary pits Houston vs. Detroit. Detroit’s toughest MC battle rappers, who have appeared on Showtime, VH-1 and MTV, face Houston’s best street rappers, all on the verge of stardom themselves. Only one ‘hood’ will survive this intense verbal slaughterhouse and be crowned the ultimate MC Battle city.

This quest for Rhyme City Supremacy is uncensored, unpredictable and unmerciful verbal warfare of the most intense degree. Comedian T.K. Kirkland from G-Unit blazes the mic while Jadakiss, MC Lyte, and Freeway judge this one-time only hip-hop battle. Featuring real battles, real street footage and live performances by award winning platinum artists like Rick Ross and Young Jeezy, 'Hip Hop Life' showcases the rhyme skills and tight tracks of the hottest performers in the underground world of hip-hop. Other highlights include interviews with renowned rapper Fat Joe and more.

So, if you would like to win one of these new DVDs, and you think you know all there is to know about the origins of Hip Hop, just answer this easy question: In the early 70's, a Jamaican DJ moved from Kingston to NY's West Bronx. Here, he attempted to incorporate his Jamaican style of DJ which involved reciting improvised rhymes over the dub versions of his reggae records. Unfortunately, New Yorkers weren't into reggae at the time, thus he adapted his style by chanting over the instrumental or percussion sections of the day's popular songs. What was the name of this Jamaican DJ?!

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these new DVDs! Just send us an e:mail here before June 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: HIP HOP LIFE DVD to: exclusivemagazine@flash.net

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