Ice-T's Rap Documentary Picked Up At Sundance Film Festival
Rapper Ice-T's new music documentary has been given a big boost - it was picked up by a distributor at the Sundance Film Festival for a worldwide release.
The hip-hop star premiered Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap at the festival earlier this month and movie bosses at Indomina liked the project so much, they purchased the rights to the film and plan to release it this summer.
And Ice-T is thrilled that his hard work will finally get to see the light of day.
He tells HipHopDX.com, "It was important to us to get with a company that has as much passion about Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap as we do and that company is Indomina. They are a fantastic partner and a great company. We look forward to working with them and releasing this film to the world."
The documentary features guest appearances from a number of artists, including Kanye West, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eminem and Snoop Dogg.
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