Streets By VICE
Halsted Street: Old Soul, New Sounds, and Club Queens in Chicago
VICE travels through the many worlds of Halsted Street, the central vein of the Chicago, where divisions collapse into a city rich with pride and passion.
Peewee Longway's Playhouse
In the season finale of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas travels to the house where Peewee Longway and Young Thug shot the video to "Loaded."
How does a song become popular? In episode nine of Noisey Atlanta, we look at the backbone of the trap scene: the producers.
Chief Keef Takes the Suburbs (Ep. 8)
In our final episode of Chiraq, we learn how the Nation Of Islam feels about the Chiraq phenomena then get an audience in the court of Almighty Sosa, a.k.a. Chief Keef.
Rich Gang: Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose
In episode eight of Noisey Atlanta, we examine just how quickly the ups and downs can happen in the trap world.
The Psychedelic and Bizarre World of iLoveMakonnen
In episode seven of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas enters iLoveMakonnen’s strange world, which is driven by peace, love, and mushrooms.
Chop's Mom Drives Him Around the Nation's Murder Capital (Ep. 6)
We tag along with rising producer Young Chop, who despite being the most successful beatmaker to emerge from the Chicago rap scene, still doesn't have his drivers license.
2 Chainz Up Close and Personal
In episode six of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas enters the world of 2 Chainz, one of the biggest rappers alive.
Shots Fired in Little Mexico with Young Scooter and Gucci
We ride along with a police officer through East Atlanta's Zone 6 to learn about the complicated sprawling neighborhoods of the city and what the cops think of Gucci.
Trouble with the ATL Twins
Thomas enters the strange world of the ATL Twins, the brothers that live a life that’s akin to a Shakespearean farce costumed by streetwear.
Keef in NYC / Chiraq's New Kids (Ep. 2)
In the second episode of Noisey's Chiraq, Chief Keef and his crew head to New York while we catch up with MGS and Global Gangstas Entertainment.
Gucci Mane & Jeezy: Trap Lords
Thomas continues his conversation with Coach K about the origin of trap music, beginning with Young Jeezy's 2004 mixtape, Tha Streets Iz Watchin (according to Coach).