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Disney’s Let It Shine on DVD

Aug 13, 2012

About the Movie

Celebrating family and friendship, the story unfolds in Atlanta, Georgia as Cyrus and his best friend Kris reunite with their childhood friend, teenage singing sensation Roxanne, whose music label is sponsoring a songwriting contest at a teen club. Cyrus, who writes music under the name “Truth”, crafts a heartfelt and contest-winning rhyme about Roxie, but to his dismay, his work is mistakenly attributed to Kris. Lacking the confidence to step forward, Cyrus stands by while Kris not only takes the credit for the lyrics, but ultimately begins to win Roxie’s heart too. Now, it’s up to the true poet to overcome self-doubt, seize the opportunity to reveal his authentic self, and pursue his dreams. At the same time, Cyrus must convince his preacher father that hip hop music can convey a positive message.

Clip: "Roxxie Church Song"

 

Let It Shine premiered June 15 on the Disney Channel. The movie is available now on DVD and Digital Copy.

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