Shirt Kings: Pioneers of Hip Hop Fashion

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Back in the 1980s when rappers were all about street style and not just getting their own signature aftershave onto the market, Street Kings in Jamaica Queens were the go-to-guys for all your customised, hip-hop wear needs. In a genius move founder Edwin PHADE Scasa and his crew transported the iconic graffiti from New York’s subways onto sweats and tees that had the likes of LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Big Daddy Kane and Iron Mike placing their orders.  This dope document provides a well timed reminder of the vibe around hip-hop’s golden era when things were more Wil E. Coyote than Will.i.a.m. Buy it HERE.

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