Whilst the origins of Hip Hop from the South Bronx is well known, the impact it had on 1980s British culture is not. In a joint venture between 11 Little Films and the Italian Woka, Unstoppable documents the birth and escalation of London’s Hip Hop scene, from its initial embracement by the contemporary youth to its explosion on a national scale, evolving into a permanently ingrained and indispensable aspect of British popular culture. Told directly from the pioneers at the center of the movement, including B-Boys, MCs, producers, and journalists from the era, Unstoppable provides a thorough, accurate, and educational account of the formative years of London’s Hip Hop culture, providing awareness on a subject matter that, despite being immensely relevant in modern British society, has until now remained largely overlooked.

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