Some of today's most successful hip-hop stars have something in common, besides successful careers. They've all been shot and lived to rap about it. From the ghettos of Philadelphia to the boardrooms of Los Angeles, Number One with a Bullet is a feature-length documentary that pulls back the curtain on gun violence in hip-hop America. The film follows five rappers who've survived being shot (Young Buck, B Real, Obie Trice, The Last Mr. Bigg and 40 Glocc) as they take viewers back to the scene of the crime and into their darkest hours. They are joined by a diverse cast of hip-hop luminaries (Mos Def, KRS One, Ice Cube, Prodigy, Jerry Heller and more), community activists, police officers, doctors and citizens to expose the physical, mental and emotional scars of gun violence in the streets and in the music. From QD3 Entertainment - producers of Lil Wayne's "The Carter," "Crips & Bloods: Made in America," Tupac's "Thug Angel" and the "BEEF" series - Number One with a Bullet is a ...