Blur an English rock group was formed in the late 1980's when all four members where attending London's Goldsmiths College, however lead singer Damon Albarn and guitarist Graham Coxon had known each other from childhood. This is the story of how these four people grew together to become one of Britain's most successful rock groups of that era.
This is the story of a so called Californian hip-hop duo known as Silibil n' Brains little did the the fans know that this group where actually from Scotland and were faking an american identity to get noticed. At the beginning of the new millennium Silibil n' Brains or Billy Boyd and Gavin Bain respectively, were making music together in Scotland but after being branded as "The Rapping Proclai
A glimpse at the life of Dave Brubeck, a famous jazz musician, composer and performer from California. His story is told trough a number of interviews, old footage and commentary by family and fellow musicians.
In 1959 four major jazz albums were made that changed music forever these where Miles Davis - Kind of Blue, Dave Brubeck - Time Out, Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um and Ornette Comeman's album entitled The Shape of Jazz to Come. It was in 1959 that saw musicians starting to experiment with new sounds and breaking away from bebop. America was also seeing a major political upheaval with regards to civ
This is an eight part documentary by Vice's music devision, Noisey. They venture to Englewood which is one of the sketchiest areas in Chicago city and hook up with Chief Keef, a famous rapper in the Hip-Hop, drill scene.
World Star Hip-Hip have created this 40 minute film, documenting the Chicago Hip-Hop scene and the violence that is being associated with the area.
KRS-One takes us on a journey through the history of Hip-Hop, letting us in on his interpretation of the art and the meaning behind it. This documentary however is more of a speech given by KRS-One edited together with clips from his Hip-Hop career. This speech was held throughout Hip-Hop appreciation week in Amsterdam.
Bayo is a feature documentary by Mark Brown. It's a detailed and honest portrayal of a young reggae artist known as Bayo and his struggle to make a name for himself in the U.K music industry. Bayo was filmed over a period of four months, following the artist in his day to day activities and gives great insight into the existing U.K reggae scene.
Best of the Block Entertainment gives us an insight into the world of Hip Hop group Mobb Deep, providing behind the scenes look at how Prodigy and Havoc get down in the studio and the process that goes into recording their hit records.