Lil Peep Documentary: The Brightside

Lil Peep was a 21-year-old emo-rapper from Long Island, N.Y., who died from an accidental drug overdose while on tour. He was found dead in his tour bus in Tucson, Arizona on Nov.15 2017. Peep’s second full-length record “Come Over…

FOR THE CHILDREN: 25 YEARS OF ENTER THE WU-TANG

A short film featuring members of Wu-Tang, family, and friends discussing the impact of the iconic album. Taking viewers on a tour through “36 Chambers” this film explores each song via untold stories from Wu-Tang Clan members, alongside personal reflections…

KRS-One: A Poet Becomes a Rapper for Good Reasons

In the late 1980s, KRS-One did this interview with David Hoffman on the phone using his very early home video rig. This clip is from his film “Personal Ethics.” The decisions of a few individuals can make momentous changes to…

De La Soul is Not Dead: The Documentary

De La Soul Is Not Dead takes it all the way back to Amityville, Long Island — a suburban hip hop mecca where three highly creative individuals and high school classmates linked up with DJ Prince Paul and shopped a…

Story of Eminem’s First Album ‘INFINITE’

Eminem’s debut studio album “Infinite” was released in November of 1996. “Partners In Rhyme” is the true story of “Infinite” and features never-before-seen footage of Marshall Mathers. A new, remixed and remastered version of the title track “Infinite” is available…

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