This week WorldStarHipHop made its entry into documentary filmmaking with The Field: Violence, Hip-Hop & Hope In Chicago, the latest in a recent crop of firsthand investigations into the war zone that locals know as "Chiraq." The Chicago episode of HBO's "Vice" premiered last June; in August, British filmmaker Will Robson-Scott released his "Chi Raq" project. While noble in intent, these documentations often come with a skeevy sense that the story is being told by an outsider looking in. The resulting works are incomplete at best, Kipling-ly imperialist at worst (Robson-Scott had never visited Chicago prior to 2012). With its reputation for fanuting street violence into memes, its name now a literal battle cry, WorldStar might not seem at first glance like the most natural moderator for a conversation on the ouroboric relationship between Chicago's gang-ravaged areas and the often nihilistic music incubated within it. But Q, the site's founder who executive directed the project, is actually a fairly ideal candidate for the job.