Upcoming episodes in the series to feature rap’s biggest names and some of the hottest rising stars, including Fetty Wap, Vince Staples, Redman, Method Man, and more
Watch the episode on Noisey: http://noisey.vice.com/noisey-raps/gunplay-noisey-raps
NEW YORK, NY (August 11, 2015) – Today, Noisey Raps returns for their latest episode, this time profiling the one-and-only Gunplay. With a relentless style and realist portrayal of Miami’s streets, Gunplay has become a one of the breakout success stories from the city. And despite enjoying great success as a part of Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, Gunplay remains a loyal and inspirational figure to the Carol City streets from which he came.
In today’s episode of Noisey Raps, Gunplay meets up with Noisey’s own Zach Goldbaum and takes him on a tour of Carol City. Along the way, Gunplay introduces Zach to some of the area’s up-and-coming talent, who discuss what it’s like growing up in the the neighborhood they’ve termed “Murder Gardens” and the importance of coming up together with your squad.
Watch the episode on Noisey here: http://noisey.vice.com/noisey-raps/gunplay-noisey-raps
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/E4_-ZXphmWI
Last season, Noisey Raps left an indelible mark on the rap game, scoring insane access to some of the biggest names in hip-hop, including Drake, A$AP Rocky, Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane, Schoolboy Q, and more. The new season of Noisey Raps picks up where Season One left off, joining artists like Fetty Wap, Vince Staples, Redman, Method Man, and more as they make their way around the world. To kick off the new season in style, Noisey traveled across the pond to join Migos on their recent European tour.
Catch up on Season One of Noisey Raps here: http://noisey.vice.com/noisey-raps
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