Hip Hop-eration chronicles a mission to bust some moves, and show that ageing need not be a barrier to joy. The stars of this documentary are a group of self-deprecating, young at heart Waiheke Islanders — some in their 90s — who head to Las Vegas to perform at the 2013 World Hip Hop Championships. Billie Jordan is the crew's inspirational leader. Hip Hop-eration won Moa Awards for Best Documentary and Bryn Evans' direction, plus acclaim from Metro, The Dominion Post and The NZ Herald's Francesca Rudkin; Rudkin called the film heartwarming: "full of laughs, colourful characters and Kiwi attitude".
Pure SuperGold: celebrates the spirit of Nanas everywhere.– Helene Wong, in a four star Listener review, September 2014
Hip hop music by PHD Hip Hop NZ and SuperVillains RMC
Opening piano music performed by Kara Nelson, composed by Robert Schumann
Closing credits track 'Rapshit' written and performed by Supervillains RMC