Hip-Hop documentary, “My Kingdom Come: An LA Gangster Rap Story” to be released

November 12, 2014

SOUTH LOS ANGELES – Official Trailer for My Kingdom Come: An LA Gangster Rap Story is a documentary about H-Crown, a South Los Angeles gang member who was recently released from prison after serving almost 5 years for armed robbery. As a youth he became a member of the Five Deuce Hoover Gangster Crips (52 HGC) and has spent much of his life in-and-out of incarceration.

This film chronicles his struggles with life following his March 2012 release from prison where he learns that an extremely successful hip-hop artist has ties to his set. H-Crown decides while in prison that he wants to get involved in music and become a hip-hop artist upon his release and eventually links up with Tyga and his rap crew Last Kings, and a relationship begins.

While embarking on a music career with the hopes of gaining the assistance of Tyga, he learns that his mother has terminal cancer and in February 2013, his mother, that raised him as a single parent dies. Later that year his relationship with Tyga and Last Kings takes a left turn and by early 2014, his association with Last Kings is completely severed, but he continues to pursue music and rap on his own.

H-Crown released his first mixtape in the summer of 2014 entitled Crown Me Vol. 1 and dropped Crown Me Vol. 2 in 2015.

Directed & Produced by: Alex Alonso
Cinematography & Edited by: Rafael Gamboa
Running Time: 41 minutes
Release Date: August 2016
Link to film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1VyE17dbS0

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2 Comments for “Hip-Hop documentary, “My Kingdom Come: An LA Gangster Rap Story” to be released”

  1. FDH

    Hcrown seems like a more street cat than Tyga. Tyga should keep him in his circle.

  2. little happy the killer

    Banging cloud be a asgisstian for a man riseing in la hood

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