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Two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene to better their lives and the lives of their families. Earn Marks is a young manager trying to get his cousin's career off the ground. Alfred Miles is a rapper who goes by the stage name "Paper Boi," a hot new artist trying to understand the line between real life and street life. Darius, Alfred's right-hand man and visionary, rounds out the entourage along with Van. Van is not only Earn's best friend but the mother of his daughter. Donald Glover and Brian Tyree Henry co-star as Earn and Alfred, respectively.

Latest episodes

aired 60 days ago
Earn loses his jacket at a party.
aired 60 days ago
Begrudgingly attending a Junteenth party.
aired 60 days ago
NFL player Jeff Miles will be at Primal on the same night as Paper Boi.
aired 66 days ago
Montague; special guests Paper Boi and Dr. Deborah Holt.
aired 67 days ago
Van is jealous; the blurred line between love and hate.
aired 72 days ago
Celebrities show up for the kids; Paper Boi is not a fann.
aired 72 days ago
Paper Boi gets worried about some criticism on Twitter; Earn needs to get some money.
aired 81 days ago
Earn goes out on a date even though he's broke; Paper Boi proves he might actually have what it takes.
aired 81 days ago
Earn awaits bail after the boys get arrested for the shooting incident.
aired 81 days ago
A pair of cousins with wildly different outlooks on life and work make their way through the rap scene in Atlanta, with very different results.
aired 116 days ago
Sometimes one has to follow the money, but feelings can sometimes hold one back.
aired 116 days ago
Recalling times from middle school, with an expression of thanks for Miller Grove.
aired 130 days ago
The possibility arises to make a move; it is believed Paper Boi will be at a pajama party.
aired 130 days ago
It is believed wealth has something to do with Paper Boi's attitude.
aired 137 days ago
Partying activities are called into question if they are not posted on social media.
aired 137 days ago
Darius trips.
aired 137 days ago
Trust is an important issue when getting a haircut from a messed-up barber.
aired 142 days ago
People act differently outside the city.
aired 144 days ago
Earn is out making money, but still looks broke.
aired 146 days ago
Selling drugs poses a difficulty; credit card scammers receive a public expression of thanks.
aired 149 days ago
The arrival of "Robbin' Season" creates a different feel in the city.

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