The Azores is a Portuguese archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, about halfway between Europe and America, and although its cultural production has lacked visibility throughout the years, a recent Red Bull-produced documentary is set to shed some light on the region's hip-hop scene.

AZ-RAP: Filhos do Vento is a short film directed by Diogo Lima, himself an Azores' native, which portrays the scene's own cultural identity, emphasising the role that the region's insularity plays in these musicians' creativity.

Featuring the likes of Sandro G, DML, Fugitivo, Fred Cabral, and more, AZ-RAP: Filhos do Vento premiered earlier this month at Tremor Festival and is now available for you to watch via Red Bull's website; English subtitles are provided.