Hoping to impress her, Zeke gets the record of a rare recording of her favorite song. low level weed peddling to full on armed robberies within a fortnight.However, a popular graffiti artist by the name of Shaolin Fantastic is instructed to acquire the same record by Grandmaster Flash, another DJ who has promised to mentor him if he can procure the record. Their new found infamy affords them a life of guns, drugs, and girls but they also catch the attention of the police and a rival gang.
Justin Fashanu rose to fame in 1980 after scoring the goal of the season against Liverpool, leading a generation of black footballers through the English league.Abandoned as a child and raised by a white foster family in the UK, he faced plenty of uphill battles.They live and work in the resurgent, ever-bustling, 24-hour megacity of Lagos, the largest city of Africa’s biggest and most vibrant economy.A group of people around the world are suddenly linked mentally, and must find a way to survive being hunted by those who see them as a threat to the world’s order.I., Rapsody, Logic, G-Eazy, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, 2Chainz, and Just Blaze — showcasing each artist in various day-to-day scenarios.
Viewers will be transported front row to lively concert performances, as well as see these artists grind it out on the road, while viewing real-life interactions with friends and family.In a twisted way, the universe forces him to relive the same nerve-wracking hours over and over again until he gets things right on his wedding day.Sandy Wexler (Adam Sandler) is a talent manager working in Los Angeles in the 1990s, diligently representing a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business.Forbidden Games not only explores Fashanu’s battle with issues of race and sexuality in professional sports, but also the understanding that not everyone is ready for the spotlight.Rob Anderson (Marlon Wayans) is nervous about finally getting married to his beautiful fiancé Megan (Regina Hall).Netflix has many options for TV and movie entertainment, but they only offer a small selection of Black movies, series and documentaries.