Vice To Launch ‘Viceland’ Music Channel, New Series ‘NOISEY’

blame it on Meka January 28, 2016

Vice Media has come a long way from its roots as a politically quasi-incorrect magazine from Montreal to a full-fledged media company with an acclaimed series on HBO. Noisey, Vice’s musical offshoot, is known for their investigative – albeit controversial and, at times, exploitative – documentaries on Atlanta and Chicago’s hip hop scenes. They now are set to debut another ambitious series, the eponymously-titled “NOISEY.”

Like its two predecessors, “NOISEY” will follow various artists who are making some of the most impactful movements in music today, as well as the cultures which birth the sound. The show is set to feature the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, and Common, among others. The trailer can be viewed below.

Both the network and show arrive February 29th. This, in a sense, can serve as a supplementary piece to Action Bronson’s forthcoming food show “F*ck, That’s Delicious!”, which is slated to debut in 2016 as well.