A Prayer Before Dawn

A Prayer Before Dawn, is based on the true story of an English boxer incarcerated in two of Thailand’s most notorious prisons. There, he begins taking part in Muay Thai boxing tournaments. The film was shot in a real Thai prison with a cast of primarily real inmates, and a new trailer has just arrived to give us a look at the results.

 

 

 

Redman Says Auto Tune Todays Rappers Lack Distinction

Redman stopped by HOT 97 on Wednesday (October 18th) and was given the chance to express the innings of his Hip-Hop mentality along with some never heard before facts. “You know what it is Ebro, it is the god damn auto-tune. Let’s just look at the facts. The dudes who are not using auto-tune, Kendrick Lamar, J Cole, Joey Badass, even Gunplay from MMG, they stand out. While everybody uses auto-tune, you won’t know who is who.” @Redman

$5 Million Secret Scrapped Car Garage

@rawwwsco has an insane car collection stashed away, with so many cars and projects that he can’t help but let a few of them collect dust. In his collection, you will see many hard to find and classic cars that a true car lover would struggle to part with.

Ultra Miami 2017 – Official 4K Aftermovie

Ultra Music Festival has rapidly expanded worldwide over the past few years in places like Mumbai, Tokyo and Bali, but there’s something to be said about it’s flagship festival in Miami. The festival has served as a milestone for many dance music artist’s careers and now reveals its official 2017 aftermovie. We cannot wait to see what kind of innovations Ultra will bring to the table next year for their 20th anniversary. If you wish to attend this festival in 2018, make sure you follow Ultra on all their socials because the tickets sold out extremely fast.

Deadpool’s “Wet on Wet” Teaser

Ryan Reynolds has just leaked footage from Deadpool 2 and it’s the most Deadpool thing ever. The whole skit is a retro delight, but the trailer itself is all brief snippets of what we can expect from the movie.

Skier Bobby Brown In Alaska Doing It Big

Give Bobby Brown an empty mountain in Alaska, a deep snowpack, the helping hands of an entire local ski community and a dozen lenses pointed in his direction, and you know he won’t disappoint. Presenting Roots Lead To Water, Brown’s anticipated new film.

Photos: RL Grime W/ Graves & More LIVE at 1st Bank Center

RL GRIME isn’t your average trap DJ/producer, he operates on a higher taste level, and does everything with intention and skill. On the heels of his annual Halloween Mix (on of our favorite drops every year) RL is on the road for his NOVA world tour. At his 1st Bank Center appearance in Colorado, RL had the whole building lit. Flexing a brand new elevating stage set up unlike any set up we’ve seen, RL Grime reminded us why he’s one of the most respected DJ’s in the game with an epic performance blending Trap, Hip Hop, and a variety of bass music genres.

Bullet Head Trailer

After pulling off the heist of a lifetime, three career criminals find themselves trapped in a warehouse with the law closing in. But, inside the warehouse, a more dangerous threat awaits as the fugitives are plunged into a furious battle for their lives.

Cop: Thats Just Marijuana, Put That Away

There are a growing number of states in the US that marijuana has become legal, so now interactions with normal people who want to smoke pot and police are becoming much more civil! Times are a-changin’.

Post Malone, Makonnen, Lil B, and More Pay Tribute to Lil Peep

Rising rap star Lil Peep, who blended hip-hop and emo music, died on Wednesday night in Tucson. He was 21. The singer was reportedly taken to the hospital following an overdose, music manager Adam Grandmaison told The Guardian. Peep posted an Instagram video on Wednesday in which he said he was “lit” after taking “six Xanax” as well as a photo captioned, “When I die you’ll love me.” Post Malone, Makonnen, Lil B, and others have all sent their condolences out on social media.

Meet the 71-Year-Old “Graffiti Grandma” Scrubbing Away Hate

For the past three decades, Irmela Mensah-Schramm has made it her mission to eradicate hate in the world. Armed with a spray can, a scraper and a bottle of nail polish remover, the 71-year-old activist takes to the streets of Berlin to remove and cover up Nazi imagery and racist graffiti.

 
 
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