Ghostride the Whip: The Hyphy Movement Trailer

Ghostride the Whip: The Hyphy Movement Trailer (2008)

"The wildest hip-hop story ever told!" 28 July 2008 Factual 82 mins

The first film to definitively capture the energy and danger of "Hyphy," the Hip Hop youth movement exploding out of the San Francisco Bay Area. Narrated by Oakland native and television/radio personality Sway, this film explores the political, social and musical history behind the culture that popularized ghostriding the whip - walking, running or dancing next to a moving car with no driver.

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Cast

Sway

as Himself

E-40

as Himself

Mistah F.A.B.

as Himself

B-Legit

as Himself

J-Diggs

as Himself

Messy Marv

as Himself

Crew

DJ Vlad

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 28 July 2008

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