Just Another Day (2009 film)
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|Just Another Day|
|Directed by||Peter Spirer|
|Produced by||Ralph Clemente
|Written by||Iain Kennedy
Neil Brown, Jr.
Big Daddy Kane
|Distributed by||Image Entertainment|
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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