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A look at one of No Limit Films lesser known movies called Street Glory.

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Street Glory was one of the lesser known No Limit Films movies which was advertised in mainly albums released from the TRU Records label such as C-Murder’s albums. This was a TRU Films movie financed and supported by No Limit Films.

Some of you No Limit fans, C-Murder fans, and TRU fans may remember boxing gloves in a clear blue sky over the former Calliope Projects in the background.

Street Glory was about boxing. The movie was so crucial by having a a real nice twist. It’s always something different you never heard of. Not many people know this but Street Glory was going to be C-Murder’s version of I’m Bout It The Movie. Back in the day when artists at No Limit would have a problem, they would put them boxing gloves on to resolve the issue. C-Murder knows how to box and can fight for real.

The movie was supposed to have a soundtrack and a novel. The novel called “Street Glory” was supposed to out in April 2008 but never was finished or completed due to C-Murder’s incarceration. The movie and soundtrack were never completed and released because of C-Murder’s incarceration. A handful of fans definitely wanted to see that Street Glory movie.

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