Just Another Day (2009 film)

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Just Another Day
Just Another Day FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Peter Spirer
Produced by Ralph Clemente
Peter Spirer
Young Dre
Eric Tomosunas
Written by Iain Kennedy
Peter Spirer
Starring Wood Harris
Jamie Hector
Neil Brown, Jr.
Lil' Scrappy
Trick Daddy
Pablo
Clifton Powell
Big Daddy Kane
Distributed by Image Entertainment
Release dates
  • September 24, 2009 (2009-09-24) (Urbanworld Film Festival)
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Just Another Day is a 2009 hip-hop drama film starring Wood Harris as A-Maze and Jamie Hector as Young Eastie. It premiered on BET in July, 2011.

Synopsis[edit]

Two hip-hop rappers, A-Maze and Young Eastie, are both struggling in a twenty-four hour time frame in Miami, Florida.

Young Eastie is an up-and-coming rapper with big dreams of making music; on the other hand, A-Maze, who already has the fame, is a rapper gone sour with bad press and a change in his fan base.

Eastie is working on his music, also working at a fast-food restaurant, selling marijuana out of the window. He and his friend/producer Jay, portrayed by Lil' Scrappy manage to get an interview with A-Maze, which gives Eastie a chance to give him his demo.

A-Maze's bodyguard shoots a fellow musician during a club party, which sends the media hounding for his head. The shooting causes his career to go belly-up overnight, and presses his contractor, portrayed by Big Daddy Kane to release his album to capitalize on his temporary limelight.

In the meantime, Eastie and A-Maze's rivals (Pablo and Trick Daddy) come after both Eastie and A-Maze to keep them quiet about the simultaneous shootings which took place the night before, slowing both of them down before the end of the night.


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