Synopsis by Mark Deming
One would be hard pressed to name a rap group who courted controversy more openly (and with greater success) than N.W.A. From the open challenge of their name to their confrontational lyrics and the incendiary impact of their best-known song, "F--- the Police," N.W.A. pulled no punches and made no apologies. N.W.A.: The Only Home Video is an hour-long look at life with N.W.A., originally released right after their final album, Efil4zaggin, which features uncensored versions of three of the group's music videos, "Appetite for Destruction," "Alwayz Into Somethin'," and "Approach to Danger." In addition, this video features exclusive interviews with the members of the group, footage of N.W.A. performing live on-stage, and an uncensored look at the definitive gangsta rappers enjoying themselves at uninhibited pajama parties and pool parties.
band [music group], behind-the-scenes, concert-footage, controversy, interview, music-video, party, rap-music