(AllHipHop News) Ice T's Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap documentary premieres in theaters today (June 15), and the buzz it has already created has the industry hinting at awards and sequels. In a recent interview in California, Ice T told AllHipHop.com:
"Is there anything that I wish I could have done again or different? I’d have to say not really. It’s perfect to me. The only thing is that I could have cut the same two-hour movie with absolutely different clips, and it would be just as good. It would a mirror image of the movie with different pieces of KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, and Rakim. I could probably make 10 movies from different clips that can sit side-by-side with each other."
In the video below, Ice T talks to AllHipHop.com's Chuck Creekmur about the way he went about crafting a film that eventually whittled down two hours of interview footage from each of 52 rappers into a two-hour film:
Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap hits theaters today. According to Hip-Hop activist Davey D, Ice T's directorial debut is a must-see for Hip-Hop fans,
View the trailer below: