One of my main men Big Rob put me on to this great British documentary that ran for a few episodes a few years ago called "Our Drugs War". In this second 46 minutes episode, we get to follow a young aspiring rapper by the name of Black Box, you might have heard on the Infamous Mobb' 2010 mixtape "Year Of The Dragon" where he and Big Twinz collaborated on the song "Ca$h", as well as an interlude homage to his life that was cut way too short on "Homage (R.I.P. Skit)".
It's a shame that Black Box was murdered just as his career could possibly have started to take off, but that's how fucked up this life often is. An interesting aspect is that the British filmmaker started out as the opposite of a drug liberal, but at the end of the documentaries he had totally changed his mind, after seeing the misery these guys have to endure to the fucked up politics; for example how is pure cocaine gonna have a whole lot less governmental punishment than crack cocaine; which is the same fucking drug. The answer is of course, that crack (which is a lot cheaper) is something that mainly blacks use while the expensive cokaine is what's used by rich white guys in suits. Go figure.... Either way, a great documentary that I strongly recommend, so HIT PLAY!