Located on Fairfax, the installation is an exploratory stockpile revealing everything you need to know about a drug-operated life.
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Last night, NYC’s Irving Plaza was the setting of an all-out fusion of hometown rappers. Spanish Harlem's Bodega Bamz and Brooklyn's Flatbush Zombies joined forces in one merged show as part of their Better Off Dead tour, which is currently on the road.
I recently got a chance to catch up with a fellow visionary, creator, founder, and all around influential figure in modern culture—Jeff Staple.
“I am the master killer, fall to me, pray for a way out which you can’t see, I the master killer, strike you down can’t be detected, I own the crown.” – Merauder
I have to say that I’m really lucky that photography exists otherwise I would be in big trouble.
With his new show opening tonight in Brooklyn, we caught up with VFRESH to talk influences, the current state of graffiti, and his creative transitions…
A contributor to the brand new FRANK151 x A$AP Mob: Harlem Edition, Jay Shells was good enough to sit down with us again to talk about himself, his projects, and one of his growing living expenses: music.
Bringing that classic Cali swag to the beastly streets of NYC, their new lookbook depicts just how expansive Hall of Fame’s reach has become.
A couple years back, A$AP was just a concept in my mind brought together with Bari and Illz. We ran with the name “Always Strive And Prosper” because it seemed relevant to us at the time, and to everyone whom we explained it to after, they’d jokingly ask, “Does it stand for ‘As Soon As Possible’?”