30 September 2010
New Music from the homies A.Dd+, & Brown (Sore Losers). Produced by Picnic Tyme
27 September 2010
Fly as Hell
Our version of a classic tee. Black print on a white shirt with a small Digital Fly hit.
The "Fuckin' Clones" tee is not a shot at a specific brand. It is our response to the current state of mind that believes if you wear one brand in particular, you are automatically cool. Wear what you want because you think its nice not because of the general public's opinion. This design comes in Heather and Navy colorways.
BUY NOW (NAVY)!!! or BUY NOW (HEATHER)!!!
Can you truly call yourself a "hip-hop fan" if you're not a fan of Wutang?
The 3D Tee
Every major clothing line does a shirt for "sex appeal's sake". This is ours. Simply put, it's a babe on a shirt. Who doesn't like babes??!?
We are huge sports fans if you haven't noticed. Here is our 1st baseball raglan.
We revisited possibly one of the best sports team colorways in history. We felt it would only be right with the fly.
The Dallas Flyer's tee takes it back to the 90's with vivid colors and its retro ash color.
The Warrior Tee
This is our "Warrior's Tee" features our signature UNKO in a classic colorway with a Pencil and Fly wings.
Fly in the Hand
A fly in the hand is worth much more than some shitty bird.
26 September 2010
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22 September 2010
Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Dez Bryant and Hip Hop founding father Big Daddy Kane via @_jackfreeman
20 September 2010
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06 September 2010
Directed By: Cam Be
Labour Day weekend was really crazy in Union Park in Chicago, IL. On September 4, 2010, the North Coast Music Festival (Being the last music festival of the Summer) shook Chicago up! Jay Electronica performed and rocked the stage tremendously! This was a treat to all music lovers and hip-hop heads to witness the hip-hop heavyweight live in action. Jay Electronica expressed his love for Chicago, stating that at one time he lived in Chicago. The sea of people recited every rhyme word for word with excitement. The Goodie Bag was on-hand to capture this sacred moment with Jay Electronica during his performance of Ghost Of Christopher Wallace” and “Exhibit A Transformations”.
Jay Electronica performed to the fullest extent, bringing the festival to a high climax. As the show went on, Jay Electronica sparked a freestyle session. He grabbed a young emcee from the crowd to kick a couple of rhymes. The kid did some justice with several metaphorical punches. In conclusion, it was an iconic performance being the fact that Black Milk was on stage with Jay Electronica the entire time. Jay Electronica dubbed Black Milk the future of hip-hop at this show. Incredible!