Streets is Watching Trailer

Streets is Watching Trailer (1998)

12 May 1998 60 mins

Hip-hop artist Jay-Z tells a story about life in the streets, combining a narrative structure and musical numbers into an autobiographical tale of his life in Brooklyn, from hustler to performer. The title of the video comes from his album {^In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 and also includes numbers by M.O.P, Sauce Money, and Memphis Bleek. This is Jay-Z's first direct-to-video release; it's self-directed,

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Cast

Damon Dash

as Damon

Jay-Z

as Jay-Z

International Releases Dates

United States 12 May 1998

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