Music documentary

Apple Music partners with Vice for a series of music documentaries

Vice dives deep into booking rap.
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Apple is teaming up with Vice for a new six-part documentary that will stream exclusively on Apple Music.

The Score will spotlight music scenes from around the world that are far more diverse and rich than your typical five-day outdoor EDM rave. The first episode titled “Reservation Rap” debuts this week and covers the unique Minnesota Red Lake Reservation hip-hop style created by the Ojibwa tribe.

Watch members of North America’s third-largest native tribe spit bars:

Upcoming episodes will go to Brazil, Iceland, Vietnam and other places you wouldn’t expect. The series was inspired by the 2007 documentary Vice Heavy Metal in Baghdadcreative director Kelly Fulton told The Hollywood Reporter.

“This document sparked exactly what we wanted to do with this series, which tells underreported and underrepresented stories around the world through the artists who mark these cultural climates,” says Fulton.

Apple Music subscribers will have access to a playlist that accompanies each episode with songs from artists on the show. you can watch the full first episode now on Apple Music.