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Turn up the treble and let the bass kick in Chilling to 'Go F**k Yourself' - Two Feet. #KushSunday jams being played, always wondered if I should make a playlist for these Sunday sessions! What's your favourite track this weekend? #LegionMag
They tell us we're too savage!
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Boy, look at you, looking at me
#KushSunday session and we've kept it chilled and loved. Ripped denim shorts with a rose stitched t-shirt - #LegionMag
Rocking with the beat of the crowd, it was no surprise each detail was considered with A$AP Rocky. Each clearly carrying an underlying message. He wore a boiler-suit quoting “F*CK LA” pasted across the chest, something that could be tied to his single ‘Black Tux, White Collar’. The single highlights the police brutality happening over in the U.S, as well as the generic discrimination on specific ethnic races, “F*ck Police ’cause he probably wanna arrest me, F*ck the prison system, this injustice, wasn’t justified”. Rocky enchants the crowd with collision, replicating crash dummies from Testing and LAB Rat crib with a supersize crash dummy head on stage. His approach to the sounds on ‘TESTING’ mash’s sounds together and captures the friction that is caused on stage and musically. Whether intentional or experimental, the motivation is obvious. He’s doing what he likes and he’s not afraid to do it. Read the Full Review : LegionMag.com
Experimentation or Examination? London played to be Rocky’s testing ground as the Harlem rapper put on a free show on Monday night. A$AP Rocky may have only recently released his latest album, Testing, but the rapper has already caused ripples throughout the high fashion & music world. Read the Full Review online: #LegionMag
TESTING / CASE STUDY : 002 Monday night had a different agenda. This free show in London gave lucky goers the chance to see A$AP Rocky perform his new album in the flesh. One of those surprise collaborations is London’s very own grime artist, Skepta. Drawn into the mosh pits, it came as no surprise that the set finished with Skepta’s “Praise the Lord (Da Shine) to tie the evening off. Which was clearly a hit amongst the local crowd - Read the full review online!
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K.U.S.H. .S.U.N.D.A.Y 'But I'm free, so I'm goin out
Need someone so bad I can take em'
One night ting is not what I came for, no no
I wanna hit the town' - Confidence @raye
Thought I'd squeeze in a cheeky #KUSHSUNDAY Sunkissed and chilling to Raye's new banger. Only way to do Sundays. #legionmag
Put It On The Stack
I put the suit on check !?! Wavy match of green checked trousers with a grey beige rain mac. Styled off with a NICCE man bag and OG beenie. #legionmag
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We had the awesome opportunity to interview @davidbendavid and get a 1-on-1 to see what he's planning for the brand as well as to where he gets his inspiration from! Styling an 80's inspired bomber jacket with one of his reflective winged rucksacks. #LegionMag#Sprayground
Last week Sprayground opened up a pop-up store at BoxPark, Shoreditch and we was there to interview the designer himself. From the original 'Hello My Name is' to the global success of the 'Money Bag'. “I wanted to see what I thought was crazy on a bag, I wanted to see how money looked stacked upon a bag, see 5 million dollars on a rucksack.” - David B. David. From the range of bags you can easily tell why the likes of 50 Cent, Bruno Mars, Marvel & DC have supported or collaborated. Read the full interview on LEGIONMAG.COM #Legionmag#Sprayground