This is one of my personal favorites of Lenox's work. I didn't even bother trying to explain the concept of Prince to a 6 year old. He's not ready for that talk.
Hailing from the Bronx, Doe is a Latino rapper who gives listeners a piece of his hometown on each song he records.
This unbearably frigid weather isn’t stopping anyone from going out and enjoying the perks of NYC.
From immigrating to Canada via Hong Kong, to working a 9-5 cubicle job, to self-publishing his first book, Alex Wong is no stranger to new experiences. Here he breaks down his favorite rap album covers, discusses racism, and how Steven Lebron Volume 1 opens readers up to another side of the sports world.
Growing up as a kid in New York City, I was always fascinated with Madison Square Garden. With all of that history in place, I decided to hold our POLO SPORT/RLX photoshoot at this legendary NYC landmark.
Found on the Roy Ayers Ubiquity album He's Coming, "We Live In Brooklyn, Baby" is a masterpiece. It combines the melding of styles that was percolating in Roy's mind and manifests itself as a powerful, preachy, haunting, funky, catchy, and jazzy anthem all rolled into one.
For our fourth episode of The FRANK Show, we bring you highlights from coast to coast, covering all facets of what’s poppin’ between our bicoastal FRANK headquarters—from Earl Sweatshirt and Taco talking NY women to Oscar fashions with Taz Arnold.
“One of the old men began to cry as he spoke of the footballer whose name I had only heard in passing.”
If Maximillion Cooper’s contribution to the Gumball 3000 can be compared to the mirror chrome on a Lamborghini Gallardo, Julie Brangstrup is most definitely the 5.2L V10 under the hood.