If I Could Only Watch One Rap Movie From Each Decade, Here’s What I’d Pick

If I Could Only Watch One Rap Movie From Each Decade, Here’s What I’d Pick

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I love all kinds of music. I love all kinds of movies. I love rap music, therefore, you can probably guess that I also love rap movies. (And you’d be right!)

I’ve discussed a few on this website, like when I pitted the Notorious B.I.G. biopic against the 2Pac biopic, or like when I did that hip-hop adjacent article where I talked about some of Method Man’s greatest contributions to movies and TV shows. But now, I want to do my most challenging article yet, because I’m picking what I think are the best rap movies from every decade, starting with the ‘80s. 

Because hip-hop turned 50 not too long ago, which is definitely a cause for celebration. I would start from the 1970s when hip-hop first began, the earliest rap/hip-hop movie is considered to be 1983’s Wild Style. So, would that be my pick for the best rap/hip-hop movie of the 1980s? Well… 

All smiles in Krush Groove

(Image credit: Warner Bros.)

The 1980s: Krush Groove (1985) 



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