Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story (2001)
The meteoric rise and precipitous fall of the rap singer known as MC Hammer. The film recounts the protagonist's early days as impoverished Oakland youngster Stanley Burrell, who earned the nickname `Hammer' while serving as a batboy for the Athletics because of his close resemblance to baseball superstar Henry Aaron. After a brief career as a gospel singer and lay minister, he gained popularity on the music-video circuit. Initial release: 2001 Director: Artie Mandelberg
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