The visual accompaniment to Jay Worthy and Sean House's play for the summer.
As Boogie, featured in Noisey Bompton, prepares his upcoming album 'Thirst 48 Part 2,' we sit down to talk about religion and his home city.
The rapper discusses his friends G. Weed and Lil L, and he explains the role music can play in a community like Compton.
From religion to mass incarceration, we follow Kendrick Lamar and step inside the complicated world of Compton.
'Still Krazy' is gonna be real bool.
Hitta J3 is part of a scene of Compton rappers making authentic and modern West Coast street rap, and his latest song is fire.
This sounds like California.