Streets Is Watching (film)

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Streets Is Watching
Streets Is Watching DVD cover.jpg
10th Anniversary DVD cover
Directed by Abdul Malik Abbott
Produced by Schavaria Reeves
Written by Abdul Malik Abbott
Damon Dash
Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter
Starring Jay-Z
Cinematography Abdul Malik Abbott
Henry Adebonojo
Joaquín Baca-Asay
Charles Houston
Edited by Abdul Malik Abbott
Blue Music Productions
CMO Productions
Roc-A-Fella Films
Distributed by PolyGram Video
Universal Pictures
Release date
  • May 12, 1998 (1998-05-12)
Running time
61 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Streets Is Watching is a musical film in which Jay-Z compiles many of his unreleased music videos into a continuous film. The film takes place in Jay-Z's old neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. The film uses music from Jay-Z's albums Reasonable Doubt and In My Lifetime, Vol. 1.[1] The film is noteworthy because it contains Jay's first two videos, "In My Lifetime" and "I Can't Get Wit That", both released without a major label contract.


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