Budweiser Made in America is coming soon, but what's it like to be made in Denver, Colorado?
We explore the diverse Denver music scene as Budweiser unveil the latest in their series of documentaries ahead of the fast-approaching Budweiser Made in America festival.
When Jay-Z embarked on his Budweiser Made in America project, the ethos he wanted to represent was simple; bringing together bands and artists of all genres to celebrate the rich variation that has become the US musical community. And where better to enjoy this multi-genre theme than Denver, Colorado, home to the likes of everyone from gentle folk rock crooners The Lumineers to industrial Goth collective Velvet Acid Christ?
We hit the Minnesota music scene in the run-up to Jay-Z's new summer festival.
Budweiser Made in America festival is on its way and, to celebrate, the beer brand unveil a series of music documentaries in different States: this week we explore Minnesota!
Being such a huge part of the world, America has always borne a massively diverse music ethos. In almost every part of the country you can come across a different musical culture and it's with this idea in mind that world famous rap star Jay-Z decided to create Budweiser Made in America festival. It's sole purpose is to bring together a choice selection of both up-and-coming and well-established artists spanning all genres including rock, hip hop, R&B, electronic, punk... the list goes on.
Louis Freese, aka B-Real, arrives at the basketball match between Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Bulls held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Christmas Day. The Cypress Hill rapper is seen walking to the Center, talking to the photographers about basketball. He reveals he has been a Lakers fan since childhood. He has his picture taken with a fan and wishes the photographers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year as he goes on his way.
B-Real has contributed to several film soundtracks over the years, including Pineapple Express (2008); The Brave One (2007) and Fun With Dick and Jane (2005)