Broadly explores the new wave of feminism in Insane Clown Posse Juggalo culture, and VICE News gets exclusive access to a militia-run migrant camp in Libya. This is a guide to where we've been and where we're going.
In the fifth episode of Hip-Hop in the Holy Land, host Mike Skinner spends the day with local celebrity Saz who is a rapper, actor and in his words, the first Palestinian / Arab / Middle Eastern sex symbol.
Atlanta cops have divided the city into six zones. Not only does this provide an easy way to tell people where you're from, calling your hood "Zone X" makes Atlanta sound like a dystopia in the not-so-distant future.
Welcome to the first-ever edition of "This Week in Music," in which we take a look at some of the high-concept journalism published by VICE's music site, Noisey. This week, we learned that Gucci Mane somehow made a buttload of money even though he was sor…
We continue exploring the Sosa phenomena, the segregation of Chicago, and the societal forces behind the violent lives of the young people on the South Side. Later, we catch up with Young Chop, who explains what he's done to succeed, and he introduces us
Hip-hop production was built on having to get up and dig through crates at record stores, but how can you dig for new music when your favorite record stores have closed? Today, many producers have turned to YouTube to solve this problem.
Between 2004 and 2006, the Hold Steady released three classic albums. This week, Noisey's weekend editor Jeremy Gordon sat down with the band to discuss the ten-year anniversary of their debut album, Almost Killed Me.
In the second episode of Noisey's Chiraq, Chief Keef and his crew head to New York while we catch up with MGS and Global Gangstas Entertainment, two other rap collectives in Chicago. They, along with the Chicago Police Department, speak extensively…