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This ain't it...
I love hip hop and whilst admittedly I am not a huge Travis fan, I will always watch anything about hip hop.
This documentary is basically following him around with flash back footage slotted in. A lot of the filming is grainy (and I don't meant the flashback stuff) and poor audio. I assume it's meant to have that old school feel... But it's sort of annoying to watch so much grainy footage.
When I watch a documentary on an artist, I want substance, I want insight into their music abilities. In this doco you get lots of concert footage with people throwing themselves offstage. You get footage of him recording.
But you don't get actual meaningful insight into travis or his creative process.
I'm sure teenage fans will love this documentary. I wanted to like it and admire that Travis is an extremely hard worker and amazing to his fans. But that doesn't correlate into an interesting documentary for me.
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