Big Sean shares the official documentary for the making of his latest album Dark Sky Paradise with appearances by Travi$ Scott, Jhene Aiko, John Legend, Diddy, DJ Khaled and more.
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Join Skyzoo in the studio as he records tracks like “Suicide Doors” and “Money Makes Me Happy” for his new project, Music For My Friends. He also takes us to the Bed Stuy and Southside neighborhoods that raised him and introduces us to his best friend Adrian to help us get a better understanding of where he’s coming from with this new project.
Music For My Friends drops June 23rd. Hit the jump to check out a sampler of the full LP, and pre-order here.
With his new album finally unleased on the streets, Troy Ave drops the first episode in his new Major Without A Deal documentary series. The clip features commentary from Troy himself as well as album guests Fabolous, 50 Cent and T.I. Previously: Troy Ave – June 5th (Video)
Boosie Badazz returns with part 4 of his Touch Down 2 Cause Hell documentary.
Here is part 3 of Boosie’s documentary to promote his upcoming album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell in stores May 26th.
Here’s part 2 of Boosie’s documentary series in support of his new album of the same name, which arrives on May 26th.
Boosie Badazz releases episode 1 of his new documentary to promote his forthcoming album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell in stores May 26th.
Here is a must-watch new documentary on the prime years of New York City radio from the Red Bull Music Academy as they gear up for their upcoming NYC Festival. Although it clocks in at under 20 minutes, it’s still a pretty comprehensive look at the Golden Era of Dance and Rap radio in the country’s biggest market during a time of musical breakthroughs.
Radio legends like DJ Spinna, Stretch Armstrong, Kool DJ Red Alert, Marley Marl and Merlin Bobb explain the innovations and influence of pioneers such as Frankie Crocker, Tony Humphries, Ted Currier and Shep Pettibone. From Tony Moran of The Latin Rascals showing us how he used to manually chop up reels, to tales of Boyd Jarvis playing live keyboards over on-air mixes, and the rise of Mr. Magic and Red Alert, this is a fascinating chronicle of a bygone era. Narrated by MC Lyte.
Previously: DJ Red Alert Remembers Mr. Magic
Here’s We’re Gonna Be Lords, a new mini-documentary profiling four rising ‘New New York’ acts: The Underachievers, gay rapper Le1f, The Flatbush Zombies and Action Bronson. It was directed by Robert Lopuski and is best viewed whilst puffing on some marijuana. It is probably NSFW.
Peewee Longway gets VICE’s Thomas Morton all the way turnt in the final episode of the 10-part series.
In the season finale of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas travels to the house where Peewee Longway and Young Thug shot the video to “Loaded”. He hangs with Metro Boomin while Travi$ Scott parties in the living room. Soon, some promethazine surfaces, a bullet hole appears in the dishwasher and Peewee drives Thomas, downtown to a niteclub performance. Warning: Features graphic use of LSD space weed.
Previously: Noisey Atlanta (Ep. 9)