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Tower Block Dreams: 1/3: Spitting and Shotting

Can music provide a way out of poverty and crime? Two rappers go straight in this documentary. Continues on Thursday at 9pm
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Tower Block Dreams

Ghetto-on-Sea. Gambit and Killer - two well known figures on Southend's underground music scene - discuss drugs, crime and violence. Continues on Thursday at 9pm
BBC Three

Tower Block Dreams: 1/3: Spitting and Shotting

New series. Can music provide a way out of poverty and crime? Rappers Sloth and Skinnyman hope so as they do their best to go straight in the first of three documentaries.
BBC Three

Tower Block Dreams: 2/3: Ghetto-on-Sea

Gambit and Killer - two well-known figures on the underground music scene in Southend, Essex - talk about lives blighted by drugs, crime and violence.
BBC Three

Tower Block Dreams: 3/3: Grimetime to Primetime

Teenagers Mini-me and Scarface hope their music will prove a way out of the ghettos of Tottenham. Producer Jamieson, meanwhile, has already had one hit and is under pressure to come up with a second.

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