Earlier this year A$AP Rocky toured Australia and New Zealand (read our review here and check out the photos here) off the back of his successful 2015 sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP. While Rocky courted controversy after being allegedly attacked in Auckland, it was opening act Raury who made the best impression. The young and refreshing Atlanta talent was a revelation with this empowering lyrics and cross-genre instrumentation, incorporating soul, hip-hop, pop, rock and folk into his feel good sound. Not only was he a charming presence on the stage, but also off it, as seen in his newly released mini-doco of the tour.
Teaming up with creative agency LoveRenaissance, the behind-the-scenes tour doco follows Raury and his crew as they discover what Australia and New Zealand has to offer. From groupie tales, fish tacos, lost passports through to stolen golf carts, Raury and his band members offer a glimpse of what really goes down when rappers go on tour. Even old mate Rocky makes an appearance towards the end when Raury performs a cover of L.S.D. and wilds out on stage to Hella Hoes.