Just over eight minutes of footy featuring skateboarding, a gritty freestyle from Detroit rappers Peechie Green and Boldy James, and lots of delinquency before closing out with clips of HARLEM, one of New York City’s most prolific graffiti artists, putting up work on an icy night.
Doctors smoke it, nurses smoke it, judges smoke it, even the lawyer too. From Bob Marley posters on the walls of college dorm rooms to rootsy reggae riddims pulsating out of speakers in marijuana dispensaries in the western United States, reggae music has been a staple of global cannabis culture for decades.
J. Money—a brand which certainly falls under the umbrella of FRANK familia—is back at it after a brief hiatus, popping off the first of many 2015 drops with what they've dubbed the "WAR" capsule.
Since Lord Finesse's birthday was just a few days ago, I dedicated this weeks edition to him—Happy Birthday to @lordfinesseditc. This song was the shit back in the day!
Considerably the soul of this book, we're unloading a plethora of the fan art which truly defined this Chapter - from paintings and embroideries, to graphics and watercolor masterpieces. Here's part two...
Considered a skateboard hero by many, a very humble Gino Iannucci always looks at his peers and the younger generation as equal talents. The Long Island native has been known to skate and party on both the east and west coasts, and has been a friend of Mighty Healthy’s own Ray Mate for over 25 years.
From artists with names like Shabba Ranks and Bounty Killer to films like Shottas, dancehall has never been shy in its critiques, glorification, and depictions of gun culture both within Jamaica and abroad.
Just before the 2015 All-Star game in NYC, Hall of Fame and Urban Outfitters bring you their first collaborative pop-up shop at Space Ninety 8 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.