Netflix has renewed Hip-Hop Evolution Season 3 music documentary series.
If you’re a rap music fan you must watch this doc-series. In this series, you can rediscovery of hip-hop’s substantial origins. Also, you see too many things with big-budget Baz Luhrmann musical The Get Down and the Stretch and Bobbito doc. This four-part series follows Shad Kaboango who is an MC and music journalist. However, covering the biggest names in hip-hop over the past few decades. And we see how he impact on this music genre.
Hip-Hop Evolution synopsis, trailer, and more
The first season of the show first premiered on Netflix on December 2016 and after that Season 2 premiered on October 2018. Now we can watch season 3 a few weeks later.
Here’s the official synopsis about this doc:
“A four-part tutorial on the origins of hip-hop in 1970s New York City and how it developed over the next two decades features interviews with legendary MCs and rappers; and visits to iconic landmarks and neighborhoods.” Also, this doc-series was written by Rodrigo Bascunan and directed by Darby Wheeler with co-director Sam Dunn, Scot McFadyen. We already watch some artist featured like DJ Kool, Run-DMC, Ice-T, 2 Live Crew, Notorious Big, Wu-Tang Clan, The Sugarhill Gang.
However, this documentary goes from rap’s New York City and disco origins, through the West Coast’s in the early ’90s. Hip-Hop Evolution Season 3 will drop on Netflix globally on September 6th, 2019.