After being falsely incarcerated for rape, rapper Freddie Gibbs looks to heal.
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Waka Flocka copes with his brothers' deaths and his fall out with Gucci Mane.
Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor confronts the traumas of his past, including abandonment, attempted suicide, and childhood rape.
Young M.A discusses being an openly gay female rapper and how she is processing the death of her older brother to gang violence.
O.T. Genasis explores the light and dark sides of his persona, from gun-toting rapper to father of an autistic child.
Rocker Nathan Williams of Wavves discusses his battle with depression, stemming from substance abuse, the loss of friends, and his rise to fame.
Pop icon Katy Perry talks about reconciling her fame with her true self, Kathryn Hudson, and how that has affected her life and music.
D.R.A.M. discusses how the absence of his father, his string of odd jobs, and his spontaneity has led to his success in the rap world.
Joey Bada$$ grapples with the suicide of friend and fellow rapper, Capital Steez.
Rapper Prodigy of Mobb Deep discusses living with Sickle Cell Anemia and receiving supernatural spiritual messages.
Rapper Chief Keef opens up about his troubles with the law, his grandmother and his desire to change.
Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace opens up about being transgender, and how it has impacted her familial and romantic relationships.
Rapper Rich Homie Quan seeks therapy to help process his troubled past and keep him out of jail.
Rapper Dreezy discusses her addiction to marijuana and her struggle to find a romantic partner.
Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones discusses his addiction to sex and his inability to develop intimate relationships.
Rapper Dej Loaf looks back at the murder of her father when she was a child, and how it impacted her relationship with herself and others.
Punk rocker Damian Abraham of Fucked Up explores the feelings of shame surrounding his childhood, weight, performing, and cannabis.
Rapper Vic Mensa discusses his drug use and the anxiety of growing up bi-ethnic in America.
Joe Budden discusses his lifelong rage, from its origins to his on-camera persona.
Rapper Tee Grizzley discusses his time spent in jail and how it affected his subsequent rise to fame.
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