Just Another Day

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Overview

An emerging rapper attempts to get a record contract with the assistance of a desperate hip-hop superstar in this intense musical drama starring Jamie Hector and Wood Harris. Young Eastie (Hector) has the skills to pay the bills, now he just needs to get his music to the masses. A living legend in the world of hip-hop, A-Maze (Harris) is just the man to make that happen. But the record industry can be brutal, and sometimes in order for one star to rise, another must fall. Featuring music by Ja Rule, Trick Daddy, ...
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Overview

An emerging rapper attempts to get a record contract with the assistance of a desperate hip-hop superstar in this intense musical drama starring Jamie Hector and Wood Harris. Young Eastie (Hector) has the skills to pay the bills, now he just needs to get his music to the masses. A living legend in the world of hip-hop, A-Maze (Harris) is just the man to make that happen. But the record industry can be brutal, and sometimes in order for one star to rise, another must fall. Featuring music by Ja Rule, Trick Daddy, and Lil Scrappy.
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Special Features

"A Hip Hop Hustle" making of featurette; "Just Another Day Making Music" featurette; Deleted scenes; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2010
  • UPC: 014381656558
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Rating:

  • Source: One Village
  • Region Code: ABC
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 75,250

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Wood Harris A-Maze
Jamie Hector
Clifton Powell
Big Daddy Kane
Lil Scrappy
Trick Daddy
Petey Pablo
Inny Clemons
Esther Baxter
Young Ogre
Young Dré
Technical Credits
Peter Spirer Director, Original Story, Producer
Catherine Bayley Costumes/Costume Designer
Travis Bell Associate Producer
Jeff Bollman Cinematographer
Ralph R. Clemente Executive Producer
Inny Clemons Co-producer
Co-Stars Score Composer
Woody Harris Co-producer
Chad Keith Production Designer
Iain Kennedy Original Story, Screenwriter
Joel Rutowski Associate Producer, Editor
Dan Springen Co-producer
Paul Stewart Musical Direction/Supervision
Eric Tomosunas Producer
Young Dré Associate Producer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Insightful look into the Rap world

    This film explores the struggles of the Rap world. We follow two artists, Amaze and Young Eastie as Young Eastie tries to connect with Amaze hoping that he will put him on his new label. However, with everything taking place in one day we see the full measure of what it takes to be a star and to become one. This film must ring true for so many hopefuls trying to make it. The film tells a great story and although there are two story lines going on a the same time it is never hard to follow. Great music accompany very solid performances. The locals look scary and the actors each come off as authentic. Very well done film in the vain of Idol Maker or Paid In Full.

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