Britney Is Done With Being ‘A Slave 4 U’

  The New York Times released the documentary ‘Framing Britney Spears’ earlier this week which has reignited the #FreeBritney movement worldwide. The documentary outlines the current state of Spears’ conservatorship with her Father Jamie Spears, whereby he has been her sole conservator, controlling all of her finances but furthermore he has had sole conservatorship over… Continue reading

Workplace allegations lead to a loss

Following allegations of sexual misconduct, unfair treatment, and racially insensitive remarks, three producers chose to leave The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman, as well as co-executive producer Jonathan Norman resigned from the TV show after allegations were made by former staff members. BuzzFeed News reported 36 interviews with former staff… Continue reading

Mike Skinner On Hip-Hop In Israel & Palestine

After Noisey Atlanta, Noisey Jamaica and Noisey Chiraq, Vice's music off shoot - Noisey, isn't doing too bad covering the culture of music from around the globe and in the spirit of Vice, you can imagine it wouldn't have been too long before we laid eyes on "Noisey: Israel & Palestine" - which is actually… Continue reading

Inspiration & Advice From Vince Staples

Still bubbling off the notoriety and sheer brilliance of "Señorita", Vince Staples (courtesy of FADER and Sprite) presents a mini documentary, where the Long Beach California native, takes viewers through his neighborhood against a backdrop of existential narration, by yours truly, himself. Apart from the obvious "mandatory" product placement, this wasn't a bad watch... but now… Continue reading

Highs & Lows Of Wireless Festival 2015

Despite the visually appealing Nicki Minaj reportedly arriving on stage 2 hours after her proposed time, Wireless 2015 seemed to go down a treat this past weekend at Finsbury Park, North London - so we thought it might do you some good to view highlights (lowlights) from the festival, you know - just in case you… Continue reading

History Of New York Hardcore Music [Docu]

As part of their "Under the Influence" series, where Noisey (Vice's music off shoot) explores "how histories most important music scenes influence our cultures and change the way we live", we have "New York Hardcore" - narrated by Tim Armstrong. From the streets of the Lower East Side all the way to South Korea, experience… Continue reading

NYC Pride Felt Like Notting Hill Carnival

<div>Please enable Javascript to watch this video</div>After his two terms as the president of the United States are over, Barak Obama, might be remembered more for his mishandling in Iraq than his success in lowering the overall unemployment rate of US citizens since the 2008 financial crisis. Saying that, America's first non-white president will no… Continue reading

High School Class Study Kendrick Lamar

Teaching at High Tech High School in North Bergen, N.J, Brian Mooney (Mr Mooney) was more than happy to welcome Kendrick Lamar into  his freshman English class, as he saw uncanny resemblance with a piece of text the class was studying, Toni Morrison's novel "The Bluest Eye" and Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly". Listening to… Continue reading