New Video: Tee Grizzley “Teetroit”

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Tee Grizzley made a name for himself with last year’s My Moment mixtape, lead by the JAY-Z co-signed record “First Day Out.” Last week, the up-and-coming star released the song “Teetroit,” a track off the soundtrack to Kathryn Bigelow’s new film Detroit. Based on the 1967 12th Street riot in Detroit, the film’s soundtrack also features contributions by The Roots, Bilal and more.

Grizzley is now back with an official video, starring 1960s Detroit Riot participants and their families, plus influencers from the city like Meech On Mars and Page Kennedy. Watch the music video below.

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New Video: Tee Grizzley – “Teetroit”

Previously: Tee Grizzley Feat. Lil Yachty – “From The D To The A” (Video)


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Piet's 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Is a Prime Example of Brazil's Progressive Streetwear Scene

Designer Pedro Andrade of São Paulo, Brazil has just released the latest 2017 fall/winter collection for his brand Piet. The range titled, “Variations on a Theme” is according to the brand, “an analogy with this musical technique, counting in a non-chronological way the development of the Piet during its five years of existence.” There are connections here between designer and country and his love for the city’s culture. The outcome is lively patterns, colorful graphics, precise construction, and the addition of quality leather goods. You can shop all the products now at Piet’s official site.

Additionally, those in São Paulo can visit the brand’s first flagship store to purchase. It’s open from July 22 to August 22, 10 am to 7 pm.

PIET 122 Store 
Tres Rios Street, Bom Retiro
São Paulo, Brazil

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Jakuan Melendez's New Solo Exhibit Features KAWS, Supreme & Other Rare Vinyl Toys

In the heydays of non-high fashion streetwear and word-of-mouth vinyl toy drops, Jakuan Melendez‘s 360 Toy Group was the prime New York City spot for nabbing collectible figures from hyped mainstays such as BAPE, Futura, Medicom and Bounty Hunter. From selling to educating the masses about art toys, Melendez continues to champion the genre even before it surged in popularity back in the early 2000s. Not to mention, the Big Apple creative has also sculpted toys for KAWS and Supreme—the iconic “Chum” figure and the six-inch Camacho collectible, respectively.

Melendez currently has a solo exhibit called “PAST PRESENT FUTURE” at The Void in Los Angeles, California. He has presented new sculptures—made in collaboration with Wes Lang—on display alongside archival pieces from his extensive vinyl art oeuvre. Take a look at the exhibit in the gallery above and drop by the space if you’re in the area. The showcase is currently open to the public up until August 18.

The Void
801 Mateo St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Contact: rsvp3125c@gmail.com

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