ADVERTISEMENT

The Art of Rap posted online for streaming via VH1

September 14, 2012

VH1 has posted the entire length of Ice-T’s documentary on rapping, Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, online after airing the documentary as a part of its Rock Docs series. The documentary features Ice-T interviewing a plethora of emcees of varying eras and styles, including KRS-ONE, Doug E. Fresh, Ice Cube, Nas, Yasiin Bey, Black Thought, and more. Stream it here below or check it out on VH1’s site.

posted: September 14th, 2012, 5:24pm



The Dash

Ice-T’s “The Art of Rap” documentary trailer hits the streets

Ice-T—rapper, heavy metal vocalist, actor, reality TV star, and now, film director. The original gangster has helmed a documentary shown at the Sundance… Read

Videos

A$AP Mob feat. A$AP Twelvyy, “Xscape”

​Next man up for the mob is Twelvyy, who, if he can’t bring back Bad Boy circa 1998, can at least get Puff on a cameo. And then of course he puts a bit of… Watch

Videos

Locksmith feat. Rebecca Nobel, “Who I Am”

​Lock takes in the headlands for a more serene locale to reminisce on a life so far. Off of his latest A Thousand Cuts. Watch

Videos

Yancey Boys feat. Eric Roberson, “Lovin U”

​With sweetly sung vocals from Eric Roberson, Illa J and Frank Nitt resurrect another one of J Dilla’s entombed beats for something that sounds like… Watch

Gallery

Gallery: Juicy J plays host to the wildest party of the night

​Juicy J came to San Francisco last night and played host to what was probably the wildest party in the city that night. Read

Videos

Moe Green, “Change My Life”

Vallejo’s Moe Green uplifting self-help over a K.Roosevelt sample might be cloud rap at its most positive and encouraging, but it also harkens back further to… Watch