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Apple Music Partners Up With Vice To Release New Docu-series On Local Music Scenes

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Apple seems to be taking its video content line-up to the next following its partnership with Vice today. The two companies have released the first episode, out of six, of a docu-series that will showcase various music scenes around the world.

The series, the Cupertino is releasing under its Apple Music label has been named The Score.

The first episodes are called The Score: Reservation Rap (Pt. 1) and The Score: Reservation Rap (Pt. 2) and are available exclusively on Apple Music, but the trailer for episode one can be seen on Vice’s official site. The first episode follows the music found on the Red Lake Reservation in Minnesota, called “Reservation Rap”, inspired by the culture and the history of the Ojibwa people.

Currently, there aren’t many details rolled out by either behemoths. But according to a report by TechCrunch, future episodes will focus on music scenes from around the world including places like Brazil, Iceland and Vietnam, among others.

Apparently, Apple Music will be rolling out accompanying playlists along with each episode of the series. This will help their viewers to take their music experience to the next level.

There have also been reports about the Cupertino giant developing an autobiographical scripted series from Dr. Dre, the rapper and entrepreneur who co-founded music company Beats and sold it to Apple for $3 billion.

Apple Music is currently home to more than 10 million subscribers and a video series will surely boost the number of subscribers.


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