B-Sides are a genre that started in the 80s when hip-hop started to catch on.
These were the times when you could see rappers from both sides of the Atlantic getting their hooks into it.
Nowadays, many B-sides are more commercially successful and more relevant, but it’s been a long time since we’ve seen the likes of Biggie Smalls or Tupac Shakur come out with their own B-sided work.
A lot of these artists have a deep appreciation for B-boy production and how it works, and while they’ve been around for a long while, there’s never been a whole lot of quality in the B2B market.
That’s why we wanted to get our hands on the new B-52s B-17, the first B-movie that didn’t just focus on the B side, but was a side-by-side look at the two sides of B-Boy and B-Girl.
Here’s our review of the film.
It starts off with a young B-29 pilot, and it quickly escalates into the story of a young man who gets into trouble for his involvement in a gang war.
This film starts off well, but eventually it starts to get a bit heavy.
We also get to see a lot of familiar faces and the story starts to veer towards the bleak.
It’s not an easy film to watch.
There are some good scenes and moments but it gets quite repetitive.
We hope that by the end of the movie, you won’t be disappointed.
There’s no shortage of great B-2Bs to choose from, but the B52s are still a must-see.
We’re talking about a film that’s got the feel of the 90s, but with the added edge of B2Bs and the sound effects of the early 90s.
Check out our full review of B52 to see why.
You can find B52 on Blu-ray and Digital HD here, and the movie will be available on Amazon, Google Play and iTunes later this year.
We can’t wait to see what this film will be like, and we’re excited to get back to reviewing it again next year!
You can watch the B22s B2C-S8 documentary below.
B22S-S5B1 – The B-22s: The Best B-16s Films of the 1980s – Blu-Ray, Digital HD and Amazon (US)