Apple made a documentary with 'Vice' for its Music service

Apple made a documentary with 'Vice' for its Music service

Apple has joined forces with Vice for a six-half documentary referred to as The Rating that places a highlight on totally different native music scenes throughout the globe. In case you’ll recall, Cupertino is rumored to be making its first unique present starring Dr. Dre for a TV service. The corporate hasn’t confirmed that but, however maybe making this docu-collection is a strategy to check issues out. The primary episode, which is already obtainable, focuses on the Native American (particularly the Ojibwe tribe) hip hop scene in Minnesota.

Now this is the most effective half: every episode comes with a playlist. For Reservation Rap, it consists of Thug Luv (Bone Thugs-N-Concord, Tupac) and Runnin’ (Tupac feat. The Infamous B.I.G.). The companions additionally traveled to different locations across the globe, together with Vietnam and Brazil, so that you may discover at the very least one episode fascinating sufficient to observe. In the event you did not renew your free Music subscription when it expired, and also you need to know if this documentary’s value a month’s charge, you possibly can watch Reservation Rap’s trailer under.

By way of: TechCrunch
Supply: Vice
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