Trey Songz had originally planned to release his Trigga: Reloaded on April 14th, but for whatever reason (we're guessing his extensive touring with Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj) the date didn't stick.
Although other regions have seemed to dominate the conversation for at least a decade, NYC's rap scene has looked up in the past couple years, seeing promising indie upstarts take some of the market share from the scene's bloated pillars of old.
Last week's episode of the Noisey-helmed "Atlanta" documentary series focused on the producer side of things, with Noisey speaking to in-demand producers Mike WiLL Made It, Zaytoven and TM-88 about their sound.
Noisey Atlanta has already highlighted the lives of regional artists like 2 Chainz, Migos, Gucci Mane, and more, but in the latest episode, the focus has shifted to one of the newest movements in the city.
The last episode in Noisey's on-going "Atlanta" series focused on the infamous ATL twins and their connection with Gucci Mane. Today Noisey unveils the fifth episode in the ten-episode series, and we have more Gucci, of course, plus some Young Scooter.
So far, Noisey Atlanta's documentary has focused on the likes of Migos, Gucci Mane, and Young Jeezy, but the latest episode takes things away from music to look at the bizarre life of the ATL Twins.You may recognize the brothers from Harmony Korine's Spring Br
Noisey has released the third instalment in their "Atlanta" doc-series. The third episode picks up at Quality Sound Studios in Atlanta, where Coach K runs the Quality Control label which hosts Migos and affiliates.
A week ago Noisey kicked off their anticipated documentary series examining rappers and life in Atlanta. The first episode set the stage for what's to come, with appearances from Curtis Snow, Bleu DaVinci and other.
Any Nicki Minaj stan has watched her Pink Friday era MTV documentary, "My Time Now" enough to recite the "pickle juice" rant from memory, so it was only fitting that Minaj give her fans another doc for The Pinkprint.Teaming with MTV for another go-round, "My T
A few weeks back, Noisey hit us with a trailer for their multi-part documentary on Atlanta's hip-hop scene, and today, episode one arrives. This one focuses less on the music than the drug industry that's given the city's prevailing genre, trap, its name.
While Kid Ink spent much of 2014 ruling the radio waves with his hits "Show Me" and "Main Chick", he kept busy with an extensive tour, which took him all over North America and Europe. Of course, the L.A.
OG Maco has been gaining quite a bit of traction recently, breaking through with the infectiously minimal "U Guessed It", and releasing plenty of quality material (including a full EP with Cardo) since.Maco's most recent move is pairing with Migos' independent
The Shady Records content isn't over just yet. Although Eminem and family just dropped their highly anticipated Shady XV compilation album in celebration of the 15 years that Shady Records has been in the industry, Em has something else special coming.
On December 9th, Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier will be teaming up to bring us a joint album under the name PRhyme. After sharing a couple of incendiary, engrossing tracks, the duo begin rolling out a documentary that details the making of the project.
While we patiently wait for Tyler The Creator’s long over due album to impact, the Odd Future boss decided to release his new documentary, Wolf, this past weekend at the Odd Future's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, (which has now been ripped for our viewing pleasur
Since breaking out with his Beach House-sampling instrumental for Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock's "Money Trees" in 2012, DJ Dahi has gone on to work with rappers like Drake ("Worst Behavior"), Travi$ Scott ("Hell Of A Night"), Smoke DZA ("Hearses") and Schoolbo