Archive for the 'Documentary' Category
MTV News shadowed Future during last year’s Purple Reign Tour and produced this new documentary Future’s Reign that takes a look at his meteoric rise over the last few years. Billed as his most personal interview yet, the 10 minute clip features the Freebandz general opening up about balancing his success with happiness, not being able to make his aunt’s funeral because of his touring schedule and his relationship with his kids and how they motivate him.
We’re less than two weeks removed from Spitta’s last project and he’s already teasing something new. Today he gives us a 17-minute documentary that focuses on his well documented love of Lowriders and doubles as a preview of music from his next project.
Previously: Curren$y ft. Rick Ross – Dope Boys (Video)
This new Mac Miller documentary from FADER is a pretty good watch. I had no idea that shit had gotten so real for Mac over the past couple of years. Continue below for a detailed synopsis.
Here’s the 4th and penultimate installment of J. Cole’s Road To Homecoming documentary series chronicling last year’s “Dollar & A Dream Tour” and the roll-out of Forest Hills Drive. Cole’s upcoming HBO concert/documentary special on his August 2014 show in Fayetteville, NC will serve as part 5 when it airs this Saturday night (January 9).
Previously: J. Cole – Road To Homecoming Pt. 3
Join JR Writer as he enjoys his first couple of days of freedom after being released from Watertown Correctional Facility in upstate NY following a two year bid in this new mini-documentary.
Listen to JR’s new tracks “48 Hours” and “Welcome Back” below.
J. Cole is back with part 2 of his series Road To Homecoming Pt. 2 titled “Ain’t Nothin’ Like That”. The HBO film Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming will air on January 9th.
Previously: J. Cole – Road To Homecoming Pt. 1
Fresh off the September release of their sophomore studio album, Evermore: The Art of Duality, AK and Issa Gold of The Underachievers share their new documentary of the same name. The 13-minute piece chronicles the birth of the duo in their native borough of Brooklyn, the recording of their 2013 project Indiegoism, drug use, the philosophy of enlightenment that drives them and more.
Meow The Jewels, the cat-sound infused remix project from Run The Jewels, is easily one of the most unique undertakings in the history of Rap music. In a new ‘Paw-cumentary’ from Mass Appeal, the pair talk about the inception of the project as tongue-in-cheek RTJ2 deluxe package, the real world difference it ended up making and what that represents from a social perspective. Here’s a fun fact: This project that essentially started as a joke allowed Mike and El-P to make two donations of $20,000 each to the families of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, and there’s nothing funny about that.