East Oakland rapper Kamaiyah drops a biographical documentary

East Oakland rapper Kamaiyah drops a biographical documentary

The rapper's A Good Night in the Ghetto mixtape gets the film treatment.

Up and coming 21-year old Oakland rapper Kamaiyah, who most notably found herself at the forefront of the public eye via her guest contribution on YG’s Why You Always Hatin’, has released a documentary today to introduce herself and her upbringing to new and old fans alike. Titled A Good Night in the Ghetto, the documentary follows Kamaiyah through her neighbourhood in East Oakland and offers up a perfect accompaniment to her mixtape of the same name, released earlier in the year.

With A Good Night in the Ghetto being one of the hottest musical debuts of the year, hip hop fans will welcome the latest extensive glimpse at the inspiration driving Kamaiyah to be one of the hottest young talents in the genre. 

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