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In this exclusive clip, director Ice-T asks rap star Doug E. Fresh, one of nearly 50 MCs featured in the film, to break down one of his favorite rhymes, which turns out to be verse from Kool Moe Dee.
PHOTOS: The Scene at Sundance Film Festival 2012
Ice screened his movie Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap Saturday afternoon. In the doc, he profiles hip-hop greats past and present, with appearances by Afrika Bambaataa, Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Eminem, B-Real, Grandmaster Caz, Nas and Ice Cube.
The film is working toward a distribution deal as the fest progresses.
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