Black Spring Break: The Movie (1998)
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Frankie and Annette, move over -- this is a different kind of beach party. Star football player Day-run Southboy (Daron Fordham) and his best buddy, aspiring rapper Kenny Fly (Kenny Fly) decide they need some time off from the pressures of college life, so they head to the beach for the annual Black Spring Break, where students from African-American universities get together for sun in the sun. A pack of sports agents follow Day-run wherever he goes, hoping to get him to sign on the dotted line, but with beautiful women in bikinis left, right and center, who has time to think about pro ball? The soundtrack features Tru (featuring Master P), Trapp (featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac), 2 Live Crew and 69 Boyz, as well as some old school rap from Whodini and even older school soul from The Jackson Five. … More
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