One of the most memorable educational programs in history is about to get honored. A documentary is being developed based on LeVar Burton’s Reading Rainbow.
Mary J. Blige is about to give her fans an inside look into one of her greatest works. She has announced a documentary about My Life.
J. Cole finally is returning to the Rap spotlight with a new project. His new documentary Applying Pressure: The Off-Season gives the world a look into how the album came to be.
“Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten” is a documentary that examines the tragic events that lead to the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. With the help of first-hand accounts from survivors and the work of present-day activists, Tulsa's hidden story will be set free on its 100th anniversary.
Just when you thought Tekashi’s career went cold it looks like 2021 might give him an opportunity to heat up again. A major network is set to detail his story.
We are about to get a closer look into the story of one of America’s greatest designers. HBO has released a sneak peak for the upcoming Ralph Lauren film.
Travis Scott’s story is about to be told on the big little screen. It looks like he has a project slotted with the world’s most popular subscription-based media service.
Another one of Nipsey Hussle’s dreams is set to come true. Nick Cannon is seeing to it that his film idea will still enlighten the masses.
It seems that Death Row Records story has a lot of life still left. BET Networks will dive even deeper into the infamous narrative via a new television docuseries.
The Notorious B.I.G.‘s life has been examined in various forms since his tragic passing in 1997, and a new documentary from A&E’s Biography series will focus on the late Brooklyn legend once more. This September, Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G. will make its debut on the cable network.
Following up the introductory installment, Mass Appeal returns with part two of Pusha T‘s My Name Is My Name documentary. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper sat with Complex‘s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss matters ranging from music to his personal life.
While Pusha T was shooting his video for “Blocka” in Jamaica (way back in December 2012), Complex‘s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever rode along to pick the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s brain about his music. The result of that connection in the Caribbean was the My Name Is My Name mini-documentary, whose first part is here.