Kylie Jenner’s probably a muse for a lot of people, but one creative artist is especially feeling her influence as he watches his sales skyrocket … all because she wore a hoodie. Here’s what went down — the cosmetics mogul wore a hoodie made by…
We’re not sure whether A Boogie With Da Hoodie recorded visuals before or during the COVID-19 pandemic but it seems like he has a new one every other day dropping in support of his latest LP, The Artist 2.0.
With his latest Don Q and Lil Uzi Vert assisted clip to “Flood My Wrist,” A Boogie gets turnt while on the road and uses his tour bus to take the party with him wherever he touches while on tour.
On the R&B tip, G Eazy seems to be going through the motions and in his visuals to “Back To What You Knew” gets into some drama in the bedroom with his boo.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Davo, Lil Loaded ft. YG, and more.
A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE & DON Q FT. LIL UZI VERT – “FLOOD MY WRIST”
G EAZY – “BACK TO WHAT YOU KNEW”
DAVO – “SAY SOMETHING”
LIL LOADED FT. YG – “GANG UNIT REMIX”
LIL GOT IT – “BRICKS IN THE ATTIC”
SAUCE TWINZ, SADA BABY & SAUCE GOHAN – “BIG DRIP SQUAD”
FYAH ROIALL – “NOBODY”
IN THE HOOD: The hoodie is as much a clothing staple as it is a divisive cultural symbol and streetwear icon favored by youth subcultures and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs alike. Now, it’s getting its own exhibition at the Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, which opens on Dec. 1.
The Hoodie, which runs until April 2020, traces the garment’s history, starting with its role in 1930s workwear. A selection of designers including Rick Owens, Off-White and Vetements, and makers such as Bogomir Doringer and Campbell Addy will have hoodies on display.
Depending on who’s wearing it, the hoodie can be an indicator of profession, personality and values. More so than any other garment – except, maybe, jeans – the hoodie sits at the intersection of gender, ethnicity, age, and geography. Sometimes, it can even be a provocation.
“Today, we don’t associate black leather jackets with the outsider, they’ve been normalized, evoking a specific class and market. Hoodies, however, are touted as a trend – while also being demonized,” said Lou Stoppard, curator of the exhibition.
The exhibition aims to challenge viewers on who wears the hoodie, and what it represents. Digital footage, social media posts, and the garment itself are used to explore the role of
Lil Uzi Vert and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie have released a new text-centric collaboration, ‘Reply.’ In it, the two ask important questions about responses.
Ally Brooke gets up close and personal in her “Lips Don’t Lie” video with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
Ready to rumble.
2018 was a rather quiet year for Bronx rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie what with Tekashi 6ix9ine and Cardi B taking all the straight outta New York headlines.
Looking to get back in the spotlight in 2019 the BX rapper dropped his latest project Hoodie SZN at the end of December and today comes through with the clip to “4 Min Convo” where A Boogie goes back and forth between being animated and live-action.
Janelle Monae meanwhile continues to paint the town red with her girls while dipping on drones in the visuals to the Zoe Kravitz assisted “Screwed.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from YGTUT, Splurge, and more.
A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “4 MIN CONVO (FAVORITE SONG)”
JANELLE MONAE FT. ZOE KRAVITZ – “SCREWED”
YGTUT – “GET IT”
DADDY LONG NECK & WIDE NECK – “NECKST BIG THING”
SPLURGE – “RACKS”
CITY DA KING FT. J SOLOW – “YOU GOT IT”
RAZ SIMONE – “FOREVER DON’T LAST”
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Hello Guys Melanie here,
That tight blue hoodie is so comfy I love the way it feels.
Please let me know what you like best about my outfit today?
Luv Melanie XxX
Gucci Mane’s next project Evil Genius is just a few weeks away from hitting the streets so you can expect the ATLien to begin churning out new work in the coming weeks to build a buzz for the December 7th release.
Holding court in what seems to be an abandoned church, Gucci Mane and Kevin Gates get things lit while seemingly ready to commit sin with the thick young women in attendance for the clip to “I’m Not Goin’.”
From the south to the north, Tory Lanez throws a little soiree in his home where A Boogie and a bevy of young women join him for some red light special fun in the clip to “If It Ain’t Right.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from XXXTentacion & Lil Pump featuring Maluma and Swae Lee, Mozzy, and more.
GUCCI MANE FT. KEVIN GATES – “I’M NOT GOIN’”
TORY LANEZ FT. A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “If IT AIN’T RIGHT”
XXXTENTACION & LIL PUMP FT. MALUMA & SWAE LEE – “ARMS AROUND YOU”
MOZZY – “ONE OF MINES”
LITTLE SIMZ – “BOSS”
OSBS & LIL XAN – “OSB ANTHEM”
BLACC CUZZ – “ON GOD”
Few things in this world are as comfy as a hoodie. Weekend staples like a sweatshirt and track pants are no longer just for couch potatoes. Smart pairings and accessories can dress up what was once a purely casual look.
The soft, zippered layer with throw-on ease even has its own built-in weather shield. It’s a go-to, but the wrong one can call to mind an unemployed gamer.
Thanks to renewed attention to casual clothes from the biggest brands in fashion, it’s not hard to find an upscale iteration, such as the Sunspel Men’s Cotton Loopback [$ 225; sunspel.com], worn here under a luxury overcoat like this feather-soft cashmere one from Ermenegildo Zegna [$ 4,695, zegna.com].
It’s a slam-dunk combo of unfussy comfort and effortless cool.
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It’s always heartening to see the next generation of rappers collaborate with the OG’s of the game and then actually drop a video together.
Such is the case in the visuals for “Yeah Yeah” where we find Don Q and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie link up with 50 Cent and Murda Beatz taking it from the streets of New York to the strip club. No one made it rain though? Them strippers must’ve went home disappointed after coming in on their day off for a 50 Cent video.
Fabolous meanwhile throws a pool party with Ty Dolla $ ign where the women partake in some cool water and a friendly game of poker in the clip to “Ooh Yeah.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tory Lanez featuring Moneybagg Yo, Cool Company featuring Roni, and more.
DON Q & A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE FT. 50 CENT & MURDA BEATZ – “YEAH YEAH”
FABOLOUS FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “OOH YEA”
TORY LANEZ FT. MONEYBAGG YO – “B.A.B.Y”
COOL COMPANY FT. RONI – “SUMMER SICKNESS”
BIG DON BINO – “BOARDING PASS”
SAUCE WALKA – “GHETTO GOSPEL”
BOBBY BRACKENS FT. MARC E. BASSY & P. LO – “WHIPLASH 2.0”
MARLON CRAFT FT. BODEGA BAMZ – “NY BABY”
BIG FREEDIA FT. LIZZO – “KARAOKE”
SKINNYFROMTHE9 FT. PNB ROCK – “JUMP OUT THAT”
BLIZZY – “SAUCE”
ESTELLE – “BETTER”
As Rapsody waves goodbye to a 2017 that witnessed her establish herself as one of the top female MC’s in the game, she gets ready to show and prove in 2018 that she ain’t no fluke.
In her visuals to “Sassy” the MC from NC has some fun after a year of all work and hits up a house party and a diner with her crew while dipped in some Cross Colours-ish looking gear.
Back in NYC A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie finds himself on the run from D’s while jumping in and out of live action and animation in his clip to “Say A.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tony Moxberg featuring Smoke DZA, Snyp Life and Styles P, Kami, and more.
RAPSODY – “SASSY”
A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “SAY A”
TONY MOXBERG FT. SMOKE DZA, SNYP LIFE & STYLES P – “WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE REMIX”
KAMI – “PAYLOAD”
SPACEJAM BO – “ASHY TO CLASSY”
ONE WEEK NOTICE FT. DIZZY WRIGHT, EMILIO ROJAS. AUDIO PUSH, & DEMRICK – “WHAT THE WORLD MEANS”
ALINA BARAZ – “BUZZIN”
American Giant, the San Francisco-based clothing company that was universally hailed (including by us) for its full-zip hoodie a few years back, apparently wasn’t satisfied with being known as the best in the business for a single
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