To be fair, his first couple of entries in the ALAM series is good entertainment, not in the way he intended it to be, though. Seeing him max out credit cards to buy electronics, tools, and shit so he could sell them for cash is hilarious (you know he definitely sold each one at a loss).He started the whole ALAM Mission because he thought it would make a really good rags to riches story when he made it to the big leagues. Imagine starting a video series about yourself where you document your own journey to 'the top'.
In general, though, a video series documenting someone's rise to the top could be interesting. That is, it's interesting if the person being documented is talented, charismatic, and sincere, which makes the person someone you wanna cheer on. I don't follow the rap game, so I have no clue if Adams actually has talent or not, but over the course of the ALAM series, he comes across as kinda smug with a dose of unearned ego at times.