The "Dirty Ghetto Kid" talks skating, hip-hop, and hip-hoppers who skate.
There are two different sides to rising pop star Emii. The sexy singer behind “Stilettos” and “Mr. Romeo” (recorded with the recently rechristened Snoop Lion) certainly knows how to work her goddess mojo, but at heart she’s a geek who feels at home discussing X-Men, having “nerdgasms” at Comic-Con, and quoting Star Wars.
Thirty years into his career as frontman for New York hardcore icons Agnostic Front, Cuban-born Roger Miret is living what he calls his “eternal retirement.”
What’s drummer Travis Barker’s beauty? His ability to vacillate between genres. Case in point: His new EP, Psycho White, with rapper YelaWolf. And his ink.
“What we do is like modern-day gladiator shit. Now we’re not looking to die at the end of the battle, but we have to look at it with the mentality that I’m ready to take whatever comes my way!” - Danny Way
Partners in legal graffiti, Amandalynn and Mags are two emerging talents in the street art scene. When picking up a brush, Amandalynn’s artistic tendency is toward voluptuous women. “I like the sexy allure of girls,” she says. “I like to leave a little bit of them hidden for the imagination.”
Future’s career in hip-hop is about as long as his history with ink. While getting his feet wet in the rap game during the mid-’00s, the Atlanta native sharpened his lyrical tongue under the guidance of Dungeon Family members, including Goodie Mob’s Khujo, Big Rube, and his cousin Rico Wade.
When it comes to promoting Undefeated apparel stores, co-founder James Bond prefers things gently stirred, not shaken. He wants to keep a low profile and maintain mystique. “I feel like it’s best that people know very little—other- wise you open yourself up for more criticism than you really want,” Bond says.