Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

 

What’s it take to put a tour together? Go behind the scenes with J. Cole’s crew and see how they keep things running smoothly.

J. Cole Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming premieres Saturday, Jan. 9 at 10PM on HBO. 2014 Forest Hills Drive album available now.

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This shit is dope!

Go behind the scenes as J. Cole stops in New York, London and North Carolina to get 2014 Forest Hills Drive release ready.

J. Cole Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming premieres Saturday, Jan. 9 at 10PM on HBO. 2014 Forest Hills Drive album available now.

I met LALA while on the Vans Warped Tour in 2014, I had seen her name around but never got to meet her. After meeting her I started following her, and im proud to see all the progress she has made in the game. She will be dropping this movie very soon, so make sure to support!

After losing her mother to a long harsh battle with cancer, Lala fell into a deep depression. Contemplating suicide, she locked herself in her room and self-taught herself how to spin and scratch. Music is what saved her life and how she copes and dedicates it to her mother. ​

Offered to be an in-house deejay for Playboy, Lala turned that down and moved forward to spin for infamous Rapper and pimp Suga Free. A preschool teacher by day, a deejay to a pimp at night. Lala to has established herself in an industry that is normally ran by men.
Lala currently is touring in Europe. Spinning for female rapper Reverie. Lala has also toured in Brazil, and most of the United States.

Lala is of Mexican decent. She is mainly influenced by her family, as they are all musically inclined. Lala has a strong following that continues to grow and grow, more and more.

Butterfly Angel Entertainment presents
Adventures to Lala Land
A documentary feature length film
Produced by Kathy Dang, Robin Pabello and Alexa Polar
Associate Producer Dennis Polar
Edited by David Massena
Director of Photography by Robin Pabello
Directed by Alexa Polar

Dope Big Sean Documentary

Twenty years after the release of Nass groundbreaking debut album Illmatic, NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC takes us into the heart of his creative process. Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip-hop scene in New York City and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 20. Featuring interviews with his Illmatic producers Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S., and DJ Premier and musical peers including Pharrell Williams and Alicia Keys, NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC is a thrilling account of Nass evolution from a young street poet to a visionary MC.FacebookTwitterDirector One9 Writers Erik Parker Actors Nas, Alicia Keys, Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz, Q-Tip, Pharrell Williams Genre Documentary Run Time 1 hour 14 minutes Copyright to Production company

 

TorohFilms presents K Rosenberg: Living The Vision.
Director Hector Toro follows the rapper,
as he prepares to release his second full length project
‘IMCT 2: Living The Vision’ this Winter,
with an electric performance at ‘The Vibe’ in Riverside, CA
the stage is set for the highly anticipated follow up,
to the massive debut mixtape ‘In My Chuck Taylors’
stay tuned to keep up with the latest music videos & news
from K Rosenberg!

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JAY Z’s Life + Times documents Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ recent trip to Camp Bisco Music Festival in upstate New York, as they prepare for the upcoming Budweiser Made In America festival after a long summer stretch of European festival dates. Now firmly in the spotlight after years spent in Seattle’s independent scene honing their artistry, the duo discuss breaking through with “The Heist,” the rigors of touring that have followed, and creating music that will stand the test of time, in between performances of “Can’t Hold Us” and “Ten Thousand Hours.”

Directed by Eric Swiecinski for Scheme Engine
Executive Produced by Devin Chanda and Andreas Hale for Scheme Engine
Produced by Sarah Jun and Sam Shirreff
Cinematography by Ben Vogel, Thomas Stigler, & Eric Swiecinski
Sound Recorded/Mixed by Andrew Yip
Color-Correction by Thomas Stigler

Special Thanks to Zach Quillen, Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, & Camp Bisco Music Festival.

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