Street Signs - Netflix

On Street Signs, CNBC's global headquarters provides market and business analysis live, as well as up-to-the-minute market transactions. Anchors Brian Sullivan, Amanda Drury and Herb Greenberg read the signs on Wall Street, looking for under-the-radar stocks and market trends that can help viewers make wise investments. Street Signs is an Asian television business program aired in a two-hour format on CNBC Asia. Before the Asian version debuted on March 31, 2014 it was an American television business news program that aired on CNBC at 2:00 PM ET. The US version's final episode aired on February 6, 2015, due to Power Lunch returning to a two-hour format.

Street Signs - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 1996-06-17

Street Signs - Signed to the Streets - Netflix

Signed to the Streets is a mixtape by American hip hop recording artist Lil Durk, hosted by DJ Drama. It was released on October 10, 2013. The mixtape features production by Chase Davis, Dree The Drummer, Fade, Nito Beats, Paris Beuller, Sunny Norway, TGM, Young Chop and Zaytoven. As of September 22, 2015, the mixtape has been downloaded over 501,000 times on DatPiff and certified double platinum.

Street Signs - Recording and reception - Netflix

Lil Durk summarized the mixtape in an interview with MTV: “It's a lot more interesting. There's a lot more storytelling. It's different from my last mixtape but it’s still real rapping. I just stepped it up a notch. I got DJ Drama and he made it bigger.” Rolling Stone ranked Signed to the Streets eighth on its list of the top 10 mixtapes of 2013. Stereogum's Tom Breihan wrote that the mixtape “has the tough-minded energy that made so much of that drill stuff exciting in the first place, and it also has other things working for it: Hooks, songcraft, emotional force, a sound of its own.” Renato Pagnani of Pitchfork Media called it Lil Durk's “best mixtape yet. He continues to straddle the blurry line between singing and rapping, and his songwriting has grown tighter and more evocative with time. Before, his use of Auto-Tune felt a bit gratuitous, but now it's woven into his style more organically.”

Street Signs - References - Netflix