Ep. 104 — BELLY (1998)

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This week on the show, we're throwing it back to 1998 with the debut (and, um, only) feature film by acclaimed music video director Hype Williams.

That's right Society, this week, we're discussing the DMX/Nas vehicle BELLY!

We'll dive into Williams' career and discuss how it led to this film, and why the film failed to deliver at the box office (and essentially destroy Hype's chances at making another feature).

And one of us (you'll have to listen to find out who) is saying that the film deserves a Redemption, but we're gonna leave that up to y'all to help us decide!

VOTE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y2J7GY9

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