You know I'm good for keeping my people up-to-date on the most exclusive threads, right? With that being written, I've come across a cool website that has some unique fashion I believe my S&E men and women will enjoy. When I received this shirt from the clothing brand, I couldn't wait to sport it because not only was it dope, it also made a statement (you know how I do).
Stuzo Clothing is a unisex, gender-less brand that was created to evoke thought and emotion. Their inventory includes forthright tees and artsy styles that will get the attention of any passerby. When I sported this tee, at least four people asked me where I copped it from. It definitely is an eye-catching piece.
Check out their inventory here. Trust you will want or buy at least one thing from their site.
Speaking of thought-provoking art, I have some music you ABSOLUTELY have to check out! A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of going to a listening party here in New Orleans. I had no expectations upon attending this function - my mind was open. When I got there I was feeling the vibe and the people who crowded the room. The artist, Nesby Phips , came in all cool and collected, greeting everyone with that notoriously adored southern hospitality us southerners possess. He sat down with the moderator and began to speak about his work along with the issues our culture faces. The deejay then played the intro off his latest album titled Black Man 4 $ale, and my head began to move back and forth on its own. Nesby's New Orleans's tone flowed over a jazz-like piano beat. His words were clear and blunt, "This is black man for sale, and if everything must go then I am for sale......" I was sold. Very seldom do I hear music that has substance and is reminiscent of the rap I grew up on - the rap that actually made you think beyond the music. This is one of those albums.
Brad, Fish Plate, and Sean - I know you all will dig it. Listen!!
Until next time.....
Peace and Blessings
- Samjah Iman
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