“You should do this more often,.” Yes, we hear you and love that #HbrVeteransDay has you glued.
We decided to celebrate the veterans in Hip Hop, those who paved the way for new school all day today. If you still haven’t caught the vibe, hit our dial and get active on social using the hash tag #HbrVeteransDay.
We’re playing fresh old hip hop tracks from the 254 and across the globe; legends only.
This celebration needs no requests.
Figured I should sample a couple of your feedback on social:
They did not just kill it lyrically but when it came to fashion as well.
It was an official fashion take over in the 80’s and 90’s from these Hip hop legends inspiring many of us fashion wise up to date.
The Bandanas, caps, baggy jeans, printed shirts, dungarees, the glasses, they were not pioneered by this generation, those who came before us especially in the hip hop scene put their best fashion foot forward.
So the next time you wear a denim on denim or a camo combo and think you invented the look, honey think again, we’ve all been recreating looks that they brought to life.
From Diddy, TLC, Missy Elliot to Tupac, the list is endless.
The Migos have also stated time and again of how Biggie’s and Pac’s style inspire how they dress most times. Now I know we all cant afford them Versace but we all agree they look pretty good.
Now we all laughed when he plated his hair and held it in pig tails, who’s laughing now?
Pac and Aliyah’s style was just on another level, words are not enough.
Two women who I would say are in their own leagues are Lauryn Hill and Missy Elliott.
Some TLC too without a doubt.