Mr. West, who is establishing a reputation for his oversized grunge/militant look has definitely drawn inspiration from his personal style for this collection.
"It’s like me and my lil’ homies, and we actually own this whole mission by ourselves. We got our closest friends to put it together, and that is what it is."
The track is classic New York—which you'd expect, seeing as how Nas raps on it—with a flow that’s laid back but still on its toes, if that makes any sense.
The collection includes windbreakers, sports bras, and hoodies, which definitely makes the statement that the "bad gyalz are on the move."
In this episode of “Street Talk,” JJ Anderson meets with Yesenia Ramirez, a Glendale, California native and talented female skateboarder.
"I’m a musically inclined person. I’m musically inclined so I don’t really differentiate music. I don’t really segregate or say ‘this is that’ and I’m only going to do ‘this.’ No. It is pretty much about a musical atmosphere for me."
Erin was a D1 soccer player in college, and now she’s creating the kinds of high quality, artistic pieces that companies like Solstice won’t hesitate to cosign.
I can’t decide which part I like better, the stealthy pole dancers dropping in and abducting K-Dot, Ab-Soul busting through a window and throwing some money up in an empty room, or Jay Rock sliding under a bunch of twerkers like some sort of deranged ass mechanic.