Category Archives: Documentaries
Krept & Konan’s debut album ‘The Long Way Home’ features collaborations with Rick Ross, Skepta, Ed Sheeran, Jeremih & many more.
Allen Iverson lived up to his billing as number one draft pick. His offensive skills and speed made him unstoppable, even for all-time greats like Michael Jordan. His bad-boy image influenced a generation of players but also led to problems off the court. Iverson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new Showtime sports documentary, “Iverson,” where he opens up about his childhood, arrests, basketball and everything in between.
The final episode of an intimate four-part documentary series chronicling the life of perennial pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather following his 12-round unanimous decision victory over Manny Pacquiao.
The third episode of an intimate four-part documentary series chronicling the life of perennial pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather as he navigates his collision course with Manny Pacquiao.
We talked to Rocky, Ferg, Anna Trill and everyone else involved in making the song that launched the A$AP movement.
The first episode of an intimate four-part documentary series chronicling the life of perennial pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather as he navigates his collision course with Manny Pacquiao.
We drop bills with Pretty Flacko at Maxfield, one of L.A.’s best designer boutiques. He schools us on some of his favorite fashion designers and why his style’s so jiggy.
Check out the latest visual for “The Matrimony” w/ Seinfield!
The Album About Nothing In-Stores 3.31
In the season finale of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas travels to the house where Peewee Longway and Young Thug shot the video to “Loaded”. He hangs with Metro Boomin while Travi$ 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.
How does a song become popular? In episode nine of Noisey Atlanta, we look at the backbone of the trap scene: the producers. We sit down with an elite squad of the most significant names in the scene now—Zaytoven, Mike Will Made It, Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin’, Southside, TM88, and Houston’s Travi$ Scott —as they explain the process of how a track moves from being created in the studio to becoming a hit. No A&Rs are needed. No major labels are needed. The city breaks the mold. What’s the main reason? The key to success in Atlanta is simple: the nightlife.