The Chicken Connoisseur is back with episode 5 of The Pengest Munch. This time around, he’s headed to London’s Lisson Grove neighborhood for a bite at Chicken Valley. Upon arrival things go downhill quickly, poor ratings across the board leave my mans longing for more. Check out episode 5 above and keep an eye out for episode 6.
Places + Faces continues with another trip to London. Just short of 10 minutes, this episode features cameos from a slew of talent including J $ta$h, Ade, Jesse James, A$AP Nast, and Sara Glyn Brown among others. Not much direction or dialogue when it comes to these, but they continue to interest. Check out episode 5 above and make sure to stay tuned for the next one.
Action Bronson is back with episode 5 of Fuck, That’s Delicious, his Vice powered Munchies series. “Lamb Necks, Alligators, and the Blues” is a tour through Louisiana including a quick lesson from New Orleans chef Isaac Toups. Airboats, alligators and good ol’ southern cooking make for another pretty entertaining episode from Action. Check out the 5th installment above click the link below for a famous recipe from Isaac Toups, stay tuned for episode 6.
Action Bronson’s Vice powered web-series “Fuck, That’s Delicious” will continue this Wednesday, October 1st. This time, the Queens native heads down to New Orleans for a look at what the city’s nightlife & food scenes have to offer. Peep the trailer for episode 5 above and keep an eye out for the full episode this Wednesday.
Noisey recently released the 5th episode of their 8-part documentary, Welcome To Chiraq. The 5th installment features a chat with producer Young Chop as he makes his very first (yup…first ever) trip down to the Chicago Bean. Chop is a first hand example of just how entrenched Chicago’s culture of segregation really is. Afterwards, Thomas Morton speaks with the family of Damien Turner who was gunned down on the city’s south side in 2010. Damien was only 3 blocks from the nearest trauma center, but due to south side hospitals practicing a rule that doesn’t admit people over the age of 16; Damien’s ambulance was forced to travel 10 miles, a trip that he wouldn’t survive. Peep the latest episode above and keep an eye out for part 6, click the link below to check out STOP’s website for a trauma center on the south side.
After catching up with Lil Durk of 300, Thomas Morton and the guys at Noisey link up with Vic Mensa & the Save Money crew as they attempt to spring Joey Purp from jail. Episode 5 of the 8-part series begins with Vic, Dally Austin & Tokyo Shawn scouring the grounds of Lollapalooza for Joey Purps bail money. After raising the $1500 bucks that they needed, the crew journeys over to the Cook County jail to re-unite the team. A nice change of pace from the previous episodes, after all; Chicago’s rap scene is much more than drill music.