Archive for the 'Documentary' Category
In part 4 of the Bun B narrated Raiders of the Lost Art documentary from Royce and DJ Premier, the pair speak on how they (or Royce rather) went about selecting guest artists such as Common and Jay Electronica, and how the album is meant to train listeners to appreciate the music instead of just skimming through it the way so many of you kids tend to do these days.
The PRhyme album is out now.
PRhyme, which consists of Royce Da 5’9 and DJ Premier, release part 3 of their documentary Raiders of the Lost Art. Their album will be released on December 9th.
Take a look at a day in the life of Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment in this new short film “Sox Day”. Directed by Austin Vesely.
Here is part 2 of Royce Da 5’9 and DJ Premier’s PRhyme documentary Raiders of the Lost Art, which has them discussing Adrian Younge’s contributions to the album.
Previously: Part 1
Here’s part one of Raiders of the Lost Art, a new documentary series from Royce Da 5’9 and DJ Premier in support of their PRhyme collaborative album. Narrarted by Bun B, this first segment introduces us to the pair and recaps the respective journeys that brought them to this point in their careers. From Royce sparring with his boxer brother, to Preemo’s unapologetic desire to carry the torch for boom-bap, Raiders of the Lost Art is a behind the scenes glimpse at the motivation that is driving PRhyme.
Previously: Royce Da 5’9 & DJ Premier – PRhyme
Join K.R.I.T. and crew on the road as they travel through Montreal and Toronto on the Pay Attention Tour.
Previously: Big K.R.I.T. – Let It Show
JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present the next episode of the new documentary series “Where I’m From.” This episode follows Inglewood, CA rapper Casey Veggies, and details how supportive his father was in encouraging him not to quit sports and music. Veggies speaks on Pharrell Williams as inspiration on music and style, and on proving yourself to be taken seriously as a young ambitious individual. This episode features early footage from 2007 of Veggies rapping on his laptop, as well as an exclusive look inside the Odd Future store.
As teased last week, here’s Noisey’s full mini-documentary on legendary design house Pen And Pixel, the creative team behind some of the most memorable album covers of all time. Co-founder Shawn Brauch speaks on the very first design the company ever produced for a rapper, the creation of Juvenile’s 400 Degreez cover and the coining of the term “bling bling” during the creation of B.G.’s Chopper City In The Ghetto artwork, which is notable because Lil Wayne swears he invented that phrase. Brauch also details how 9/11 and the advent of illegal downloading eventually let to the demise of the business. Fascinating stuff.
Jay-Z’s Life+Times and Vitamin Water present the next episode of the new documentary series “Where I’m From.” This episode follows Los Angeles DJ and producer, DJ Mustard, detailing the success of Rack City and having to hustle by staying up all night to develop his production to continue releasing more hits. He discusses how his uncle inspired him to be a DJ, and taught him through doing house and yard work that you have to work for what you want.
Previously: Hit-Boy – Where I’m From (Documentary)