May 25, 2010
May 20, 2010
May 19, 2010
Mighty Healthy, I'm sad about this, but your jeans is junk. Don't kick a soccer ball around in these weak ass denims. Your ass'll get tore up, then you have to hop around like a lunatic trying to hide that shit. And don't think that a little tear can be nursed, because it can't. And don't think that you can still kick around the ball after that little tear is exposed. Because then your balls will be hangin out. And then you're gonna have to figure out how you're gonna survive the last half of the day in the office with your pale thighs all over your desk chair.
But if you have a friend like BFF the Khaki Angel, you'll be alright, a bit baggy, but you'll be ok.
May 18, 2010
And Kweil and Hi-Tek. I know I will be following Kweli's career for the rest of my life. He reminds me a bit of Marvin. And his voice paired up with Hi-Tek's beats is nothin but class. And with this new album he touches on everything from the aliens in district 9, Nina Simone, black gold and not touching LSD cuz his dealer told him it was a white man's drug. Ha. I always live up to my own expectations when it comes to music and movies. Fuck a critic, but I have a funny feeling I will agree with most of the reviews. Call me old school, but I still dig a full length album and this will be a requsite at summer bbq's.
BUY THIS!!! Support the good shit, download the mediocre.
May 6, 2010
I'm pretty sure the first time I caught that clean, simple Supreme logo was off a a tee of one the kids in Kids. But, at the same time I may have recognized it through some of the stills from the Zoo York Mixtape...either way I was interested in what it was all about. This was about the time I made the transition of looking up and imitating that Cali skate culture to referencing all the New York shit from Supreme to Zoo York. I held Zoo in the same regard until I noticed some of their gear being sold in Winners, made me sad.
From then on out I've always followed what Supreme has done; from working with Mike Tyson, Kermit and artists such as Kaws and Crumb, I always thought they did it right. From being a skater hangout where people would be intimidated to walk in, to this brand you cannot fuck with, it's all layed out in this thick ass hardcover. From NYC photos of the Supreme crew, photoshoots of product, interviews, X-rated calendar stills, and a product index, this book will reaffirm that Supreme did it first. Fuck all that other shit.