ABU!/Style Warrior Tee & Hoody Offer

Ladies and gentlemen, in conjunction with STYLE WARRIOR I am very pleased to announce that as from today there is a brand-new ABU! t-shirt available to purchase.

Featuring the much-loved and iconic font as found on many NYC b-boy and DJ crews in the 1970s, STYLE WARRIOR have given it their unique spin and have produced a perfect design for the ABU! massive.

Not only just a tee but also up for grabs is a top-quality hoody in the same colours and design which will be perfect for wearing during those nippy Autumn evenings.

Available in a range of sizes, head over to http://www.stylewarrior.co.uk/abu-shirt/ now to make your purchase as with all Style Warrior stuff, this is a pre-order item only. Plus you need to order ASAP as they will only be available for a limited time. In fact you have until Sunday 12th July to order. After that the option to buy is gone.

A big supa-dope shout to Martin @Style Warrior for the fresh designs.

You know you need one of these. Remember what happened when the original ABU! shirts sold out? Don't let it happen again!

Order NOW!


Sunday, 31 January 2010

Hip Hop Docs

It's time for a history lesson.
Look around on the internet and you'll find a treasure chest full of classic hip hop material for your peepers.

Lesson 1.

Big Fun In The Big Town

This is a Dutch documentary from 1986 featuring a bit of a fashion victim who has somehow managed to snag the best acts in New York to interview Schoolly D, LL Cool J, Russell Simmons and then the last 20 minutes moves up to 1993 and meets Ice T in his L.A. mansion.


Lesson 2.

80 Blocks From Tiffany

Remember how you always hear about Bam originating from the tough New York gangs to create the the Zulu Nation? Well this hour-long doc features The Savage Skulls and The Savage Nomads, two prominent gangs at the time (this was made in 1979). This is interesting especially if you are a fan of Walter Hill's The Warriors.


Lesson 3.

Rapping - Lowdown.

Shown during kids tv in 1988, this UK documentary featured a variety of different hip hop fans from around Britain; some inner city, some not.
If you've already seen this you know how classic it is (although not always intentionally). If you haven't then you're in for a treat.
Sample line, "One day in Maths I was about to sneeze and what came out was this snare drum sound!"

Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2mEYGLm7l8
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIpUTPnJDrU&feature=related
Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKFMH8qlqzU&feature=related
Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XmBffoq43Y&feature=related
Part 5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFKWoByEaX4&feature=related

Big shout to Alex for starting the ball rolling on this one.

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

All Files Gone!

Due to an oversight on my part most of the files on the blog are now redundant. Gone. Disappeared. Wiped. Deleted.
I could blame Brown for this. Yeah, it's his fault. It would never have happened with Tony.

My Rapidshare account ran out so the files were taken down. So to that end if you need anything re-upped let me know.
But lets be civil about this, okay? No 'anonymous' requests and BE NICE about it. Didn't your parents teach you manners?!

BTW if anyone knows if there is a way of retrieving my files let me know. Although there's probably more chance of this happening than of me going to see Avatar.

Saturday, 23 January 2010

Sunday, 3 January 2010

COPE2 Graffiti Subway Train

You've got to admit that this does look a bit tasty.

It's a scaled-down, fully operational, model subway car which has been completely bombed by legendary NYC writer COPE2.
As you can see this looks just gorgeous with the detail on the side, especially the 'CAP ONE' throw-up!

For a short while you have the chance to own this model courtesy of eBay here.

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