By: Shirley Ju (@shirju)
(AllHipHop News) A new documentary focusing on the rich history of Detroit hip-hop has been released.
"The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop" has arrived, after taking almost seven years to complete.
The documentary, which is narrated by legendary Public Enemy founder Chuck D, chronicles the birth and the explosion of the genre in Detroit.
"The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop" describes the early days of hip-hop in Detroit and its influence on the global stage, thanks to artists from the city like Eminem, J. Dilla, Kid Rock, Big Sean, and others.
Brian “Champtown” Harmon has been a lifelong implant of the Detroit rap scene.
Though his relationships, Champtown documented artists like the Blackman, Awesome Dre, Detroit's Most Wanted, Jack Frost, Esham, Proof's mom "Momma P," Boss, Fed X, Rodney L, and many others.
"The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop" also includes never-before-seen footage of some of Detroit’s biggest stars, including Eminem and Kid Rock, two artists who came up under Champtown's tutelage. b