Tower Block Dreams
|Tower Block Dreams|
|Directed by||David O’Neill
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||3|
|Executive producer(s)||Dimitri Doganis|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Raw TV|
|Original channel||BBC Three|
|Original run||8 January 2004 – 22 January 2004|
Tower Block Dreams was a British documentary series that broadcast on BBC Three during January 2004 investigating the underground music scene on council estates in the United Kingdom. A total of three 1 hour episodes were produced and broadcast at a 9pm timeslot.
The series looked at modern inner city life, through the stories of young musicians trying to make a career in music. The series showed that the underground music scene is fuelled by pirate radio stations and rapper's ambitions to become successful in the future.
UK Hip Hop act Skinnyman featured on Spittin' And Shotting', the first episode.
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||"Spitting and Shotting"||
||"Ghetto on Sea"||
||"Grimetime to Primetime"||