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|Starring:||Dania Ramirez, Gano Grills, Jay-Z, Damon Dash, Pain in da Ass, Burt Bazin, Rell|
|Director(s):||Abdul Malik Abbott|
This film showed close to how S. Carter, one of the greatest lyricistof all time came up right before he made a name for himself not only inthe Streets, but also in the rap game. With the informative videos andnice story lines to go with the videos, Streets is Watching is a greatway of understanding what the jiggaman went through on his way to thetop. Director Abdul Malik Abbott (State Property), did an excellent jobin capturing not only the situations Jay gone through but the differentscenes and views of Brooklyn were great. Overall I gave this movie aten, and would recommend it to even the hardest critique alive. I alsocan not forget to mention all the nice looking dancers in the film ).
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15 May 2013
THE MOVIE WAZ ALL THAT AND HE SHOULD COME OUT WITH A SEQUAL TO IT AND HAVE THE NEW MEMBERS OF ROC-A-FELLA IN IT EX. BEENIE MAC, BLEEK, ETC
14 May 2013
Straight honest, Jigga is THE best out right now!!!! This video is toooo hot to describe!!!! It's like an hour long video. When I heard it was like that, I thought it was gonna be trash, when I saw it though, the people I was watchin it with damn near threw me out!!! This video will definately get you out your seat. I turn up the volume all the way, cut off the phone and lock the door everytime I watch it. This is off the hook!!! I seen it a hundred times and I still wanna see a again. I borrowed the movie first time I watched it, tried to dead my peeps on it , they wasn't hearin it so I;m here at this site to get my own copy. This is a can't miss flick, see it and you'll understand!!!!!
12 May 2013
I THOUGHT THE VIDEO WAS AWSOME BECAUSE JAYZ KEPT IT REAL LIKE HE ALWAYS KEPT ALL HIS LYRICS REAL. I HOPE HE MAKES SOMTHING SIMILIAR FOR HARD KNOCK LIFE VOL 2 IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND SHOULD ALSO INCLUDE THE CLASSIC AINT NO NIGGA VIDEO. HOPE TO MEET HIM ONE DAY. HIS #1 FAN NYDIA
12 May 2013
WHAT I THOUGHT OF THE MOVIE WAS THAT JAY-Z LIPS LOOK SO GOOOD AND OTHER WISE THAT IT WAS A GOOD MOVIE AND I HOPE HE HAS MORE TO COME.
gsdaanswer 09 May 2013
This film showed close to how S. Carter, one of the greatest lyricistof all time came up right before he made a name for himself not only inthe Streets, but also in the rap game. With the informative videos andnice story lines to go with the videos, Streets is Watching is a greatway of understanding what the jiggaman went through on his way to thetop. Director Abdul Malik Abbott (State Property), did an excellent jobin capturing not only the situations Jay gone through but the differentscenes and views of Brooklyn were great. Overall I gave this movie aten, and would recommend it to even the hardest critique alive. I alsocan not forget to mention all the nice looking dancers in the film ;).
09 May 2013
I'll make it short and to the point. All I want to know is why you don't carry the DVD of Jay-Z streets is watching. I love DVD's and want to add the movie to my collection. sincerly, Randy (U.S.M.C)
02 May 2013
This joint from the illest Mc from New York, Jigga Jay-z is just showing ya people dat dont know bout tha ghetto. Whats happening and what we go through in tha ghetto. Much love to Shawn Carter. Dont let none of Jay-z's personal life stop you from buyin this. (he had to do what he had to do, u know what I mean)
01 May 2013
The video was real . It defined the everyday life of a true "hustler".The best thing about it was no one was acting or trying to put on a show for the camera. In closing, I just love Jay-Z and will watch or buy anything with him on or featuring in it.
30 April 2013
THIS FILM IS BASICALLY THE PLAYERS AND HUSTLERS MOVIETHATS ALL I HAVE TO SAY. PLEASE EMAIL ME IF U KNOW WHERE I CAN DOWNLOAD HIS OR ANY OTHER MUSIC VIDEOS FROM.PEACE
30 April 2013
Start to finish, this is for the true hip-hop/rap fans who can appreciate the end result of hardwork. The money/cash/hoes may upset some viewers but its all a part of life for most innercity/suburban youth nowadays. Picture Quality and angles are on point for a videomentary of Jay-Z's road to the riches. No positive images portrayed but the point is hard work does pay off and legit is the way to go (you will believe it sooner or later). The way the videos interlock with the story will have you thinking Jay got this thing locked and milking it for all it's worth. Best Videomentary/Short Movie in rap history to date. Sound track is Banging. For a Friday or Saturday late night with your peoples or your Boo. Will he do this every other album?
28 April 2013
This is really good....it's just kind of sad that he had to make this video to show his rap persona after dropping the commercial written "My Lifetime Vol. 1."But he got his name back through this one and I guess that is what counts. This is really smart and I enjoyed watching it even after I seen it some years back.If you are a Jay-Z fan then I recommend that you see this and check it out.....it's worth a look!!! Peace out folks!!!
27 April 2013
Much better than all of those bullS@#t movies Master P put out. JAYHOVAH END OF THE SESSION F@#* WIT ME NOW(jay-z on clue:da professional) up&coming artist Ro from VA.
25 April 2013
i think that the movie was one of the best of the year and jay-z and crew didnt need any acting classes to show people how things can be for some of us who are faced with the reality of our harsh environment. I would like to thank the whole rock-a-fella click for bringing marcy to the big screen.
24 April 2013
Jay-Z is letting ya'll know out here what's really going on out here in the streets and he could care less what the media or anyone else thinks about him. This thing will open up your eyes and really make you think about "STREET-LIFE" and how the game is played altogether. Believe that!!
20 April 2013
Jay-Z always makes his videos off the chain. This one was just a way of letting people know that people are out there trying to be like him and trying to get to him. Can't nobody touch Jigga. He's just the hot thing right now. I hope that he and Method Man get together and do something soon. Jigga is just holding it down for the new millineum. And Im just feeling him. His concert in Jacksonville, Fl. was off the hinges. I hope he comes back. He's showing Master P and them other wanna be's how it is done. So Jigga keep on doing what you do. Jigga What? Jigga Who? You know that Im feeling you. Your true and devoted fan Antoinette Carter...
19 April 2013
the video is one of my favorites' mainly because i got jay-z hard knocked life volume two for christmas and i listen to the cd 24/7. my fave song on it is money, cash, hoes featuring dmx because dmx is awesome. i would like t compliment on how much fame jay-z, a-million, and jah have gathered just on a few words that makes everyone crazy for the song.
19 April 2013
This is Reese from SHAOLIN representing. I thought Streets is Watching you was off the hook. I think it should of been in the movies, then he would of had made mad money off of the movie. Love,Peace,and hair grease.
18 April 2013
this film was pretty good much props to jay-z and dame dash
15 April 2013
This video/movie is the BOMB!! Jay-Z really knows how to represent where he's from and where he's at now. Jay keeps it real!! He's not down with all the flashy lights and glitter suits and sh$%. He just rocks T-shrits, jeans, sneakers and an "iced out" Rolex. That's a real ni*&%!! I hope he continues to make movies, CD's and whatever else is out there because everything he touches is HOT!!! J-Hova keep it coming!! No doubt his #1 fan Taurus aka "T-Rock-a-Fella"
14 April 2013
yeah, Master P started the direct to video hip hop trend....... but you knew N.Y. cats would put their own spin on it.Not to bite but this is a BLUEPRINT on how to produce a long video/short movie: bangin songs,good production values and humor.the BAD chicks didn't hurt either.This is the vehicle that brought Jay-Z back after that "Sunshine/City is Mine" debacle. he even takes it back to the old school to visually prove to everybody that by 94, he became the subject of half of y'all's rhymes