America 's number 1 Dogg Pound Gangsta is at it again, this time Kurupt is giving you more than his usual banging album or spine tingling remix, he employed his soon-to-be-famous G-Vision Cam to capture everything in the day and the life of a gangsta. His special edition two disc DVD/VHS, G-TV, includes a 7 track bonus CD with four full-length unreleased songs from Kurupt, Roscoe, his DPG camp, and additional snippets from the upcoming album, VAPIRZ, a collaboration between DPG and Tha Liks and the Roger Troutman Tribute.See Also:
G-TV is packed with girls, liquor, sticky green chronic, gang tales, and banging gangsta music. "Mine is just nasty," says the member of Tha Dogg Pound. "There's a couple of performances, but it's just pure Kuruption. You can come to our tours if you want to see performances. I'm showing you what really goes on where the gangsta's stroll." For Kurupt there is an extremely thin line between his popular gangsta music and living the life of a real South Central Gangsta.
Although Kurupt will make his acting debut in the dramatic thriller, Plague Season, alongside Kurt Russell and Ving Rhames, he won't be doing much acting in G-TV. His G-Vision lens takes into VIP areas with exclusive access to the likes of Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, Daz Dillinger, Tha Eastsidaz, Tha Alkaholiks, Kokane, WC, Young Roscoe (Kurupt's brother and Priority Records recording artist) and many more. Take a ride with Kurupt through South Central, L.A.'s most notorious neighborhoods and stow away on Kurupt's tour bus on Snoop Dogg's "Puff Puff Pass" tour.
G-TV earns its parental advisory sticker warning of the unrated and uncensored material compiled from months on the road. G-TV will be released independently by Southwest Distributors on February 19th and will be available on DVD and VHS formats.
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