skyeskye2017-10-22I found this image of an advert from the 1980s advertising t-shirts and armbands with band logos on probably aiming at the punk community. [1984 i-D magazine]
http://instatbt.com/Place/the-w-loft/114031218The W LOFTSooo I didn’t get my projectpawnnyc hoodie in the mail as of yet so I’m still waiting, nonetheless shouts out to my brother napoleondulamite putting together a dope fundraiser and empowering the youth out here. Lord knows we need more role models.
http://instatbt.com/Place/naismith-memorial-basketball-hall-of-fame/2192365Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famemy bro mospants & I will be dropping a new track on the 24th of October. jharden13 might feature on it too, who knows? 😏
JadeJade2017-10-22Terry Farley and friends, 1970s.
The Soul Boy look that was big in London, "came from Jamaica, via. New York via. The wise guys" - Farley for street, sound and style.
JadeJade2017-10-22A boy in front of the Loews 125th Street movie theater, 1976. (Dawoud Bey—Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture)
JadeJade2017-10-22Melrose Section, South Bronx, 1970.
The Jamaican New York community inspired the style of the Soul Boys.