March 3, 2006
Genre(s): Comedy, Documentary, Music
Dave Chappelle invites the world into his New York City neighborhood as he prepares to throw a block party on September 18, 2004. He tours such sights as Broken Angel House in Brooklyn as well as the Fort Greene and Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhoods. As the party gets underway in the Clinton Hills neighborhood, there are performances by a number of hip hop and neo-soul artists, including Kanye West, Mos Def, Erykah Badu and Jill Scott. The Central Michigan University marching band performs, and Lauren Hill reunites with the Fugees for the party, after Columbia House refuses to release her solo performances for the recording. Attendees are treated to several of Chappelle's famous monologues and sketches as the enjoy the late summer event.