You Got Served is a 2004 American dance-drama film written and directed by Chris Stokes, manager of its stars, recording artist Marques Houston and the members of boy band B2K. The plot concerns a group of dancers, who take part in a street dancing competition. It was released by Columbia Pictures’ Screen Gems division on January 30, 2004, and was produced by Marcus Morton, Cassius Weathers by, Billy Pollina, Kris Cruz Toledo.
Dedicated to the art of street dancing, 'You Got Served' features some of the most talented and prominent kids on the scene in a drama filmed in the streets of Los Angeles. The picture opens at the warehouse of Mr. Rad (Steve Harvey), where dance battles take the place of actual fighting. Elgin (Marques Houston) and David (Omarion) are childhood friends who are determined to make a splash in the world as street dancers. But when they lose a battle to a rival crew from Orange County, and when David finds himself falling in love with Elgin's pretty sister, Liyah (Jennifer Freeman), a heavy strain is put on their relationship. This is compounded when Elgin gets jacked selling drugs for a dangerous crime lord, while David was busy sipping milk shakes with Liyah. Eventually, another tragedy forces David and Elgin to put aside their differences and come together to win a contest that will make them fifty thousand dollars richer and land them in a video for hip-hop superstar Lil' Kim. Written and directed by Christopher B. Stokes, 'You Got Served' is a perfect venue to showcase the superb dancing talents of the now-defunct group B2K.