Boyz n the Hood movie clips: http://j.mp/1uw6WYr BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/rT0MJG Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.) watches in horror as Ricky (Morris Chestnut) is gunned down in an alleyway. FILM DESCRIPTION: Director John Singleton's debut chronicles the trials and tribulations of three young African-American males growing up in South Central Los Angeles. When young Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.), a bright underachiever, begins to show signs of trouble, his struggling professional mother (Angela Basset) sends him to live with his father (Lawrence Fishburne), a hard-nosed, no-nonsense disciplinarian. There he befriends Ricky (Morris Chestnut), a burgeoning football star, and Doughboy (Ice Cube, in a standout performance), a would-be gang banger. Over the years, each chooses his own path: Tre seems bound for college; Ricky is a blue-chip running back with his pick of schools; Doughboy is a dope dealer and bona fide gangster who drifts in and out of the county juvenile facility. All is well until, without warning, a rival gang chases down Tre and Ricky with tragic results. Doughboy immediately prepares for revenge, forcing Tre to decide whether to jeopardize his future and, perhaps, his life for the price of revenge and self-respect. Sometimes riveting, Boyz'N the Hood is not without its problems. The film tries to cram every single issue facing the black community into an hour and a half of screen time, making the film seem at times forced. The symbolism seems forced as well, and the film is often unbearably heavy-handed. Also, the characterization often relies on cardboard cut-outs; every white character in the film is a one-dimensional bigot, and the black police officer with whom Tre and his father deal is even worse than his Caucasian counterparts. Still, the unevenness of the film is redeemed by some moments of true brilliance. CREDITS: TM & © Sony (1991) Cast: Morris Chestnut, Ice Cube, Dedrick D. Gobert, Cuba Gooding Jr., Regi Green, Baldwin C. Sykes, Raymond D. Turner Director: John Singleton Producer: Steve Nicolaides Screenwriter: John Singleton WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
Lyrics (LAUGHS) "aiyo, man you remember that shit Eazy did a while back muthafuckaz said wasnt gonna work (that crazy shit) stupid shit man, aiyo Eazy why dont you come out from the piano and bust this crazy shit" woke up quick, at about noon jus' thought that i had to be in compton soon i gotta get drunk before the day begins before my mother starts bitchin about ma friends about to go and damn near went blind young niggaz at the path throwin up gang signs ran in the house, and grabbed ma clip wit the mack 10 on the side of ma hip bailed outside and pointed ma weapon just as i thought the fools kept steppin jumped in the fo' hit the juice on ma ride i got front back, and side to side then i let the alpine play (play) pumpin new shit by NWA it was gangsta gangsta at the top of the list then i played my own shit and it went somethin' like this cruisin down the street in my six-fo'' jockin the bitches, slappin the hoes went to the park to get the scoop knuckleheads out there cold, shootin some hoops a car pulls up, who can it be a fresh El Camino rollin kilo G he rolled down his window and he started to say its all about makin that G.T.A. (CHORUS) coz the boys in the hood are always hard you come talkin that trash, we'll pull ya card knowin' nutin in life but to be legit' dont quote me boy coz i aint said shit (SCRATCHES) yo man "Get the fuck out" (SCRATCHES) pump that beat "muthafucka, say what" Down on B's is the place to give me the pace he said ma man J.D. is on freebase the boy J.D. was a friend of mine 'till i caught him in my car tryin to steal the Alpine chased him down the street to call a truce the silly muthafucka pulls out a deuce deuce little did he know i had a loaded 12 guage one sucker dead, L.A. Times front page (CHORUS) coz the boys in the hood are always hard you come talkin that trash, well pull ya card knowin' nutin in life but to be legit' dont quote me boy coz i aint said shit (SCRATCHES) "yo LeRoy" (SCRATCHES) "beer drinkin breath stinkin sniffin glue" bored as hell and i wanna get ill so i went to a spot where ma homeboys chill the fellas out there makin dat dollar i pulled up in ma 6 fo' impala they greet me wit a 40 and i start drinkin and from the 8 ball, my breath starts stinkin left to get ma girl to rock that body before i left, i hit the bac-ardi went to her house to get her out of the pad dumb hoe said somethin that made me mad she said somethin that i couldnt believe so i grabbed the stupid bitch by her nappy-ass weave she started talkin shit, wouldnt you know reached back like a pimp, slapped the hoe her father jumped up and he started to shout so i threw a right cross and knocked his old-ass out (CHORUS) coz the boys in the hood are always hard you come talkin that trash, well pull ya card knowin' nutin in life but to be legit' dont quote me boy coz i aint said shit (SCRATCHES) "who do u think you are Mr. Big Stuff" (SCRATCHES) "rock this muthafucka like the hard 3 tha hard way" I'm rollin hard, now under control then wrapped the 6 fo' round a telephone pole i looked at ma car and i said "oh brother" i'll throw it in the gutter and go buy another walkin home and i seen the g ride now cat is drivin, kilo on the side as they busted a U, they got pulled over a undercover cop in a dark green Nova cat got beat for resistin arrest he socked a pig in the head for rippin his Guess now G is caught, for doin the crime fourth offense on the boy, he'll do some time (CHORUS) coz the boys in the hood are always hard you come talkin that trash, well pull ya card knowin nutin in life but to be legit' dont quote me boy coz i aint said shit (SCRATCHES) L.A. playa (SCRATCHES) big drum beater i went to get them out but there was no bail the fellas caused a riot in the county jail two days later in municipal court kilo g on trial cold cut a fart obstruction of the court said the judge on a six year sentence, ma man didnt budge Baliff came over to turn him in kilo G looked up and gave a grin he yelled out fire, then came suzie the bitch came in with a sub-machine uzi police shot the bitch but they didnt hurt her both upstate for attempted murder (CHORUS) coz the boys in the hood are always hard you come talkin that trash, well pull ya card knowin nutin in life but to be legit' dont quote me boy coz i aint said shit (SCRATCHES) "yeah, i kicked a little ass but that was a blast from the past muthafucka (SCRATCHES) "get busy ya ya ya yall"
http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/FREEMERCHANDISE -- ITS FREE Swag Bucks is a free website where you get rewarded by just searching the web.You don't need to give away any personal information. When you search, as you would normally on sites like Google and Ask, you recieve money which you can then get free stuff at their store such as: ipods, ps3's xbox's, amazon gift cards... GET PAID TO SURF THIS IS NO LIE COMMENT IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. I had my IPod Touch in just 2 weeks. Eazy E - Boys in the Hood (NWA) N.W.A N.W.A (shortened for Niggaz Wit Attitudes; also known as Niggaz With Attitude) was an American hip hop group from Compton, widely considered one of the seminal acts of the gangsta rap sub-genre. Active from 1986 to 1991, the group endured controversy due to the explicit nature of their lyrics. They were subsequently banned from many mainstream U.S. radio stations and even at times prevented from touring - yet the group has still sold over 9 million units in the U.S. alone. Their first album Straight Outta Compton marked the beginning of the new gangsta rap era as the production and the social commentary in their lyrics were revolutionary within the genre. Rolling Stone ranked N.W.A 83rd on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time". Although largely unknown at the group's inception, rappers Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E and MC Ren would all go on to be platinum-selling stars as solo artists. N.W.A was founded by Compton-based former drug dealer Eazy-E, who founded Ruthless Records with Jerry Heller. Ruthless released the compilation N.W.A. and the Posse in 1987 with Macola Records. N.W.A was still in its developing stages, and only credited on four of the eleven tracks, which were taken off their previously released EP "8-Ball / Dopeman". Also included was Eazy's solo record "Boyz-n-the Hood". In 1988, rapper MC Ren joined the group Straight Outta Compton (1988-1989) N.W.A released their first album Straight Outta Compton in 1988. With its famous opening salvo of three songs, the group reflected the rising anger of the urban youth. "Straight Outta Compton" introduced the group; "Fuck tha Police" protested police brutality and racial profiling, and "Gangsta Gangsta" painted the worldview of the inner-city youth. While the group was later credited with pioneering the burgeoning sub genre of gangsta rap, N.W.A referred to their music as "reality rap". Dr. Dre and DJ Yella, as HighPowered Productions, composed the beats for each song, with Dre making occasional rapping appearances. Ice Cube and MC Ren wrote most of the group's lyrics, including "Fuck tha Police", perhaps the group's most notorious song, which brought them into conflict with various law enforcement agencies. Under pressure from Focus on the Family, Milt Ahlerich, an assistant director of the FBI, sent a letter to Ruthless and its distributing company Priority Records advising the rappers that "advocating violence and assault is wrong and we in the law enforcement community take exception to such action". This letter can still be seen at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. Policemen refused to provide security for the group's concerts, hurting their plans to tour. Nonetheless, the FBI's letter only served to draw more publicity to the group. Straight Outta Compton was also one of the first albums to adhere to the new Parental Advisory label scheme, then in its early stages: the label then only consisted of "WARNING: Moderate impact coarse language and/or themes". However, the taboo nature of N.W.A's music was the greatest part of its mass appeal. The media coverage compensated for N.W.A's virtual lack of airplay and their album eventually went double platinum. One month after Straight Outta Compton, Eazy-E's solo debut Eazy-Duz-It was released. The album was dominated by Eazy's persona but behind the scenes it was a group effort. Music was handled by Dr. Dre and DJ Yella, and the lyrics were largely written by Ren, with contributions from Ice Cube and The D.O.C. The album was another platinum success for Ruthless (in addition to girl group J.J. Fad in 1988 and singer Michel'le in 1989), also going double. 1989 saw the re-issue of N.W.A. and the Posse (which was released on CD for the first time) and Straight Outta Compton on compact disc, and the release of The D.O.C.'s No One Can Do It Better. The album was essentially a collaboration between "The D.O.C. and The Doctor" and notably free of "gangsta rap content", but culminated in the N.W.A posse cut "The Grand Finalé". It would be another number one album for the record label.
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