CA: Who are the Outsdrs and what does this music collective hope to do? Flash Gordon: I feel like we’re your neighborhood hustlers disguised as dreamers. We literally just joined forces to do dope shit, cuz folks don’t seem to have any taste. I want solid gold iPhones for the homies. Not a gold phone case, dude. Like the whole phone is solid gold. That sounds superficial, but I see shit like that as spreading the wealth amongst the team. We gonna be them boys supplying the be
If you didn’t know, a-LA. (short for androssLosAngeles) recently dropped their summer ’16 collection late last week. They have three staple pieces which goes as follows: UpDog Shirt You Suck Shirt Summer 16 Crop I’m slightly biased here (since I am apart of this brand) but this line has come a line way. From having only one color in shirts and tanks to intricate designs, a-LA has really been stepping their game up. You can look at the past renditions of shirts/hoodies/sweater
CA: How did you get the moniker Jack Ghostel?
JG: It originally started because I was developing another personality; a separate identity from myself. I came up with Ghostel from an old cartoon I used to watch which was Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Space Ghost’s real name was Thad Ghostel and I got the last name from there. I honestly don’t know remember how Jack came about. I think people started calling me that because I love The Nightmare before Christmas movie so much. I p
What’s up everyone! I want to speak on the clothing brand called Break I was introduced to recently. This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to be invited to a dance battle in Williamsburg. If you have been a reader of this website before the hiatus, I interviewed some of the guys who are currently making Break in their previous brand called Japanese Girlfriend. There has been a smooth transition from JGLimited to Break maintaining the originality with a dash of subtle flai
CA: Explain Lost Queens for us? LQ: I was going through a dark place in my life and Pharrell’s new album “G.I.R.L” came out with a track called on it called Lost Queen. I listened to it on repeat and it became like an anchor for me. Through my blogging days with A Tale of Two Biddies, I was introduced to a lot of different women. We talked about a lack of self-love and lack of representation of all types of women of color. Things that were not necessarily mainstream, I felt n