Jay Z Brings ‘Made in America’ Documentary to Showtime

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On the eve of the second “Made in America” festival, Jay Z has found a home for his documentary. Showtime has acquired Made in America, a film that chronicles the hip-hop mogul’s inaugural Philadelphia music festival.

Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind) is in the director’s chair, while Jay Z, Howard, and Brian Grazer serve as executive producers. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will make its television debut on Friday, Oct. 11 following its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 7.

The documentary features performances and interviews with artists including Kanye West, Rita Ora, Run–D.M.C., Odd Future, Pearl Jam, and more.

Check out the trailer below.

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6 Comments

  1. kate

    love him sooooooo much i want husband like him he is real man

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  2. Go Home

    King Hovi baby,this boy is everywhere. Can’t wait to see this shit.

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  4. wha

    stop showing up camelface

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  5. Redfoxxx

    HOVA!!! He runs circles around these youngsters and fake rappers!!

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  6. Tony Brazir

    I tip my hat to this guy. He is the example of the Black American dream in a sociaty where the cards were stacked against us for some time . From hustla to rapper,entrepreneur so many times over. God bless him he designed hiself and didn’t wait for opportunities to knock at the door he kick it down and created them. That’s a real Boss and made man. Keep up the good work ,real niggas is rooting for him. One

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