The Hip-Hop Underground takes on George W. Bush.
As American bombs were raining down on Afghanistan in the Spring of 2002, an incredible group of musicians and artists put together an audacious, in-your-face concert in Hollywood to confront the "war on terror" and give voice to the opposition. Ozomatli, The Coup, Blackalicious, Dilated Peoples, Saul Williams, Mystic, The Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, Hassan Hakmoun, Jerry Quickley, and others created a dazzling, unforgettable night of great music that guerilla poster artist Robbie Conal dubbed "A night of ferocious joy." In the few years since, the clarity and truth of these voices has risen tenfold. A film for everyone looking for inspiration and hope in a dangerous world.
One blistering concert - a momentous occasion for American artists speaking-and rapping-their minds. South by Southwest Music & Film Festival