Five Hip-Hop Movies You Can Watch Right Now On Netflix

“Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap” Released in 2012. Directed by Ice-T

Do people still buy microwaveable popcorn? When it’s movie night and they ask you to pop in a bag do you rap that Lil Wayne lyric “You pop ’em cause we pop ’em like Orville Redenbacher?” Whatever you do to get ready for a Netflix binge, just make sure you already got a movie picked out. Nothing worse than eating all the snacks and someone still can’t decide on a movie. Surprisingly, Netflix got your hip-hop movie selections ready to go. Hit the jump to see our five selections to add to your “My List.” If you have a favorite and want to share to the world, feel free to share in the comments below.

Released:  2000
Directed by:  Chris Fiore

“30 for 30: Straight Outta L.A.”
Released:  2010
Directed by:  Ice Cube

“YG:  Blame It On The Streets”
Released:  2014
Directed by Alex Nazari and Darryl Lucky Rogers

Released:  1992
Directed by Ernest R. Dickerson

Marc Mangapit

Editor and freelance writer from Los Angeles. Pizza hunter and burger snob. He misses the old Kanye, the "I can't even go to the grocery store without some Ones that's clean and a shirt with a team" Kanye.

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