The Drench God goes all out with a yacht, some strippers, and a Ferrari.
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2 Chainz Meets "The Sneaker Don" Benjamin Kicks
2 Chainz sits with Benjamin Kicks, "The Sneaker Don," to review some of the rarest and most expensivest sneakers.
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6ix Rising (Trailer)
Due to the blockbuster ascents of Drake and the Weeknd, Toronto's local rap scene has turned into a hyper-competitive, prolific, and highly creative environment where young artists are fighting for attention on the world stage.
Princess Nokia and the Art of Doing What You Want
In our latest Noisey Next video, Princess Nokia takes us to the Bronx Beer Hall on Arthur Avenue in New York City to talk about her ascent.
Get Out Of Your Own Way: Anarchy & Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass
The 73-year-old artist, poet, and activist Penny Rimbaud founded the most influential anarcho-punk group of the 20th century in Crass, along with Steve Ignorant.
On the Road with Moxie Raia
A portrait of a rising star on the cusp of pop stardom, Noisey catches up with Moxie Raia on her first national tour opening for Justin Bieber.
Cam Kirk on Photographing Gucci Mane, Future, Young Thug, and More
Noisey sits down with the eye of young Atlanta Cam Kirk, discussing his iconic work with artists like Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Migos, and Bankroll Fresh.
Harley Flanagan from Cro-Mags
Harley Flanagan made news in 2012 after an altercation with his former bandmates in the New York hardcore band Cro-Mags, which resulted in a charge of felony assault, though he maintains that he fought back in self-defense.
Afropunk Style, Hyperflesh Masks, and a Deep Web Dive
We spend a day at the Afropunk festival in Brooklyn, take a look at viral sensation Landon Meier's masks and get to the bottom of the internet with artist Trevor Paglen.
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.