It's hard to classify one of the most successful Japanese rap groups from today, Infamous, as one of the classic movies. The genre is one that has been consistently increasing in popularity since the early 1980s. Even today, fans find it hard to decide on what to consider one of the classics.
The group may be one of the most popular nowadays. This is because of its sound and the different visuals that are shown during the parts of the movies that were popular. The lyrics, however, have become more common among people who want to become a part of this Japanese rap group. While it still remains popular, with the number of fans that will be presented to this movie, there's a greater chance of it being viewed by an older audience.
A good example of a movie that has various artists from the scene, "Cioccolata" takes place at night. It's after midnight, so the main characters are sleeping in their bedrooms. They wake up when they hear their friend outside. They go out to find out who the caller is, but find that the intruder has already entered the home. It's only when their friend barges into the room that they notice that the intruder isn't a burglar.
In their next scene, the two look at a camera that has been placed in the doorway. It shows a screen where people are filmed while they're at the door, so as to avoid accidental falls that can injure a person. The Infamous rapper, Joakim, thinks that it is a security camera and wants to avoid having a screen installed in his bedroom. He claims that the person who placed the camera was definitely trying to harm him. His brother can't help but agree with his thoughts. They leave the scene to return to their room and talk to their manager, but when they get there, the studio is already occupied by one of the producers.
However, the producer was actually taking part in the group's practice sessions for their upcoming album. He wanted to make sure that they're practicing properly, and that they'll show the members of their new music. The manager gives Joakim and his brother a tour of the studio, and they listen to all of the members' tracks for them to sample. Joakim enjoys the tracks so much that he decides to join the group. The members of the group, however, are still unsure about their decision.
Joakim continues to struggle with his decision for the rest of the film. He ultimately joins the group. He was afraid that he wouldn't be able to write and produce the song he wrote, but the producers convinced him otherwise. They then told him that they'll give him more responsibilities if he wants. It's important to note that Joakim wasn't given any instructions on the production or the development of the music.
The movie shows many scenes where the famous group in this scene. They even make the final recording of their album right after the filming. This was one of the more memorable scenes in the movie. There's also a good portrayal of how the staff work together in order to make sure that everything goes according to plan.
The movie will be available for viewing online. It will also be available on the official site of the band. Most of the scenes and songs have been made available online. No other movie centers on the members of an iconic Japanese rap group more than "Cioccolata".