The Noisey Questionnaire of Life
Noisey Questionnaire of Life with Tyla Yaweh
Tyla Yaweh answers the most important questions in life.
Don't Call It Road Rap
Filmed around London over a year, we investigate the explosion of UK ‘gangster’ rap and follow some important MCs as they try to keep their lives on a positive track.
Self Portrait: Omarion
In this episode of Self Portraits, watch Omarion draw himself, and be sure that he did not forget to add his own hit of swag.
Into The Abyss with Spark Master Tape: Noisey Raps
Spark Master Tape is an enigma, a masked, anonymous rapper in an age of celebrity and information overload, whose music has attracted attention from across the globe.
Lil B, Believe in Earth: A Very Rare and Based Visual Experience
A look into the life of the Lil B the Based God.
Welcome To The Zoo: On The Road With Fetty Wap
It's all in the family. In February 2016, Fetty Wap embarked on the national Welcome to the Zoo tour that brought him around the country with his RGF labelmates
Noisey and Friends
The Black Episode
RZA and Paul Banks explore the tao of chessboxing, visit Philly with Lil Uzi Vert, FIDLAR sing about cheap beer, and Charles Bradley shares a lifetime of wisdom.
Fetty Wap & The Zoo Gang
In this episode of Noisey Raps we tag along with Fetty Wap and his deep, loyal Zoo Gang family to learn about the Paterson, New Jersey star’s rise to fame and the role his crew has played in his success.
Burning Man, A Brazilian Homage to Hip Hop and Big Data Roses
We head to the Black Rock, Nevada campsite home of the legendary Burning Man festival and check out the incredible art structures built throughout the grounds.
Skepta: Top Boy
This summer Skepta embarked on a sold out tour of East Coast America and Canada, culminating in a performance alongside Drake at the OVO fest in Toronto.
Touring Ottawa with Muslim Hip-hop Duo Deen Squad
We caught up with Deen Squad just a few days before the holy month of Ramadan and had them show Noisey’s Giselle Mapp Ottawa through their eyes.
G-Eazy on Being Satan, Sounding Like Drake, and Looking Like Eminem
We caught up with rapper G-Eazy, who responded to some of the YouTube comments on his video for "Me, Myself and I."