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Sex, Cameras, and Hip-Hop in Miami

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Sex, Cameras and Hip Hop talks dirty with models, strippers, rappers, and people on the street and captures their responses to sex questions. Young Jeezy tells a story about a stripper breaking into his house. It looks like some of it is filmed in Miami. Gloria Velez, who Uncle Luke had a lot to say about in his audio book, is one of the hosts. The production is brought to you by the same people as the All Access DVD series. All Access DVD is one of the more well known, successful and established urban DVD magaazine brands out there. 

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