State Property 2

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Hip-hop mogul Damon Dash wrote, directed, and stars in this hard-hitting examination of life in the criminal underground of a great city. Three different crime bosses are locked in a battle over the drug trade in Philadelphia. New York transplant Dame (Damon Dash) and his umbrella crew command a powerful network that controls the city's dope traffic, but he has two bitter rivals who both oversee competing gangs from behind bars -- Beans (Beanie Siegel), Philly-born leader of the once-dominant ABM Crime Syndicate, and Loco (Noreaga), a slick street hustler from Miami who has the bankroll to finance a powerful operation. As these three men and their underlings scramble for money and power, another player is quietly consolidating his forces and rising up against them. State Property 2: Philly Streets also features supporting performances from Mariah Carey, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Cam'ron, and a handful of other hip-hop and R&B stars.

Cast

Oschino
as D-Nice
Loon
as Loco's Father
Freeway
as Himself
Omahyra
as Herself
Cam'ron
as Cam'ron
Jim Jones
as Himself
Mariah Carey
as Professionally Dressed Woman
Russell Jones
as Dirt McGirt
Billy Danzenie
as Billy Danz
Kanye West
as Himself
Nicole Wray
as Wray, Nicole
Omahyra Mota
as Loco's Mother
Capone
as Inmate
Lil' Cease
as Inmate
Big Face Gary
as Dame Crew
Shawn Arnold
as Dame Crew
Bobby Dash
as Dame Crew
Boola
as Dame Crew
Sha Ling Ling
as Dame Crew
Von the Dog
as Dame Crew
Sade
as Dancer
Tiana
as Aja
Damon Dash II
as Young Damon
Quasim Pressley
as Young Baby Boy
Siddiq Cornish
as Young D-Nice
Amir Grant
as Young P-Nut
Virginia Torres
as Friday Night
Joe Sherman
as The Fist
Sal
as Inmate
Jeff Ward
as Inmate
Carlo D'Amore
as Latino #1 (Mario)
Rene Ojeda
as Cuban Goon #1
Cesar De León
as Cuban Goon #2
Damien Achilles
as Loco's Crew #1
Muse Abdullah
as Loco's Crew #2
Tim House
as Police Captain
Bobby Beckles
as Insult Victim
James Lawrence
as Shoe Thief
Seymour Hewitt
as Kitchen Inmate
Nik P. Jeternika
as Philly Detective
Richardson Desil
as Drug Dealer
Ted Landers
as Detective
Lawrence Evans
as Dame's Driver
The Barry Sisters
as Mariah's Bodyguard
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Critic Reviews for State Property 2

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Audience Reviews for State Property 2

  • Apr 02, 2007
    Absolute garbage. Racist, offensive, mysoginistic glorification of the drug life and murder. This movie is inexcusable and complete trash, with not a single redeeming quality. It is escencially a commercial for the image rap has been selling for the past 15 or so years: selling drugs is cool, killing people is cool, prison is cool, women are bitches, white people are stupid and hate black people, latinos are stupid and hate black people, asians are stupid and hate black people, and whenever confronted about your actions, just saying "I done what I hads to do ta gets paid" is more than enough. I was very much NOT surprised to find out it was produced in-house by the rap label Roc-A-Fella. It is little more than a rap song fantasy that was poorly shot, acted, directed and then released on DVD.
    Eduardo C Super Reviewer

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