Noisey

At least once a quarter, Black Twitter goes up in an uproar over the proper way to season grits and a new wrinkle to this passionate debate has been unveiled. During an interview with Young Dolph and Key Glock, Noisey’s Trey Smith threw the guys for a loop after sharing that he uses Old Bay […]

The legal woes of Atlanta rap trio Migos have been a topic of discussion despite two of the members going free on bail after their arrest in Georgia last month. The remaining jailed member, Offset, claims that a documentary the group starred in was the reason why police in the state came down so hard […]

UPDATE: Parts 1-10 of Noisey’s documentary of Atlanta life can be found after the jump, including the latest episode, which features rising ATL rapper PeeWee Longway. Documenting the seedy underworld of Atlanta’s rap scene seems to be Noisey’s main objective of their latest city-based documentary series. Episode two arrives today, starring Migos.

As Drake heats up the Internets with new music detailing views of his hometown, Gucci Mane interjects with stories of Atlanta’s Eastside in tow on the Views From Zone 6 EP.

Noisey’s latest project, “The Rap Monument,” is comprised of three separate recording sessions featuring rap notables like Pusha T, Action Bronson, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy and many more.

The success of the Chiraq documentary series prompted Noisey to capture a side of another musical hotbed, Atlanta, not often documented outside of the booth.

In the latest installment of “The People Vs” Cam’ron takes time out of his day to talk to fans about his eccentric wardrobe.

Brisk Bodega brings us a special message from Mobb Deep, who take time out of their day to teach us how to relax.

Rick Ross has dealt with a few controversial moments in the media that he’s most certainly trying to move past. However, a journalist claims that the Maybach Music Group boss shut down their interview over the “U.O.E.N.O.” date rape lyric controversy and the rapper being dropped from Reebok.

The third installment of Noisey’s six part documentary, Chiraq, gives viewers a bit of context of when it was shot. Here, we see Chief Keef and his Glory Boyz Entertainment clique during a trip to New York City summer of 2013.

Today, Noisey rolled out episode two of their six-part Chiraq documentary series. This time around, we see the infamous Chief Keef and his GBE (Glory Boyz Entertainment) clique, as well as some other bubbling Chicago crews.

Multiple documentaries have depicted that violent Chicago, and here comes another courtesy of Noisey. Titled Chiraq, the story will be told across eight episodes, in which you’ll see the city’s notable rap stars speak on its current conditions and more.