Lee Jaffe is an American photographer who had the rare opportunity to spend three years photographing Bob Marley and the Wailers with unlimited access.
Laura Taylor of Brazilian outfit Bonde Do Rolê has a bracelet that says “eat, shit fuck.” It reminds her not to take things too seriously, which is the ethos of this party-making, no-fucks-given band.
Uncle Ruckus wants your money. It doesn't matter if you're black, white, Puerto-Rican, or Haitian, he just wants your green to help fund his live-action movie.
Friend of FRANK151, DJ Zimmie, made this dope mix called Footnotes Vol. 1, exposing the art and history of sampling in hip-hop right from its birth.
In paying homage to the late legend, Ohio Players' funky frontman Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner, Stones Throw Records' production mastermind Karriem Riggins gives one of hip-hop's most sampled songs and Ohio Players' hit "Funky Worm" a modern makeover.
Paris-born filmmaker and regular NOWNESS contributor Matt Black adds to his Reflections video series by taking us across the globe to chronicle the selfless propagation of semi-anonymous artist, self-described "photograffeur," and friend of FRANK151, JR.