The Field: Chicago (A Profile Of The City’s Hottest Artists, The Violence That Surrounds Them And The Hope Music Brings To Their Live
I personally found this very insightful from many perspectives. The story behind the music for me really. The honest and real story in my opinion. It puts things into perspective and also shows the power of music, community, creativity and impact of greed upon our world.
I feel at this point I should probably mention something about the phrase ‘real hiphop’. A lot of emphasis is placed on what is real music, particularly from a lyrical aspect. To me their isn’t much so called ‘fake-ness’ here. You don’t have to agree with what they do, but you can’t deny their truth to a certain extent.
I was having been listening to King Louie through-out 2013 and this has put some context behind his music for me. I even featured him in my best of 2013. I now understand much more about where Lil Durk is coming from. Drill really is ‘organic street music’.
I learnt a few things. Props to Worldstar for making this. More of this please. Rather see this than the glorified version from Vice sister Nosiey.