This is a portrait series of the people who made Ralph Lauren an icon of the streets, including Thirstin Howl the 3rd...Founder of Lo-Life, rapper, author, producer, director, actor, and hip-hop and fashion historian. Find out what the Lo-Life Crew stands for at the link here.
Fox 5 News in New York headed over to Brownsville to get the inside scoop on the Lo Life crew that took Ralph Lauren to another level. Check out the entire interview now. Read the full story here.
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The Horse Power documentary drops February 13th 2018 and is brought to you by Complex. The connection between Hip Hop, Polo Ralph Lauren and the LoLife culture, featuring some of the biggest names in fashion and Hip Hop.
The Lo-Lifes, as they called themselves, lived for all Polo everything. They took a brand typically worn by white, preppy kids, and with a different vision in mind, made it entirely their own. Their passion for Polo quickly spread and reached the mainstream when New York rappers, like Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan, began [...]
Dark & Lifa continue their sit down with Thirstin, Disco, Reese & RudyloRakimAllah of MGV Lo Lifes, SaLute to all our brothers and sisters out here doing what they are to keep this movement movin 2L's Love and Loyalty. R.I.P to all our fallen comrades.
DarkMan & Lifa sat down with Thirstin then some other OG's came to join the party salute to Uncle Disco, Reese & Rudylorakimallah this just part 1 of parts to come of this sit down plus other people came through stay tuned. Subscribe & Share be on the look out for our other interviews to [...]
Premium Pete, Miss Lissa and Dallas Penn sit down with the Brownsville Brooklyn legend Thirstin Howl the 3rd. Learn about the redemption of one of Kings County's most notorious crooks and how he keeps his style so fresh and so clean in 2017. From robbin' to rappin' to becoming a best selling writer, TH3 breaks [...]
The Cipher - Thirstin is a Brooklyn rapper who came on most rap fans’ radar during the underground hip-hop boom of the late 1990s. His comic songs like “I Still Live With My Moms” and “How Many Babee Muvas” caught the attention of listeners who liked their lyricism and tales of New York City street [...]
NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - The year was 1988. They were a crew of misfit street kids from Brownsville, Brooklyn, caught up the rush of youth and hip hop, and in the process they put Ralph Lauren on the map. Marcus Garvey Village is about as far from yachting as it gets. The Lo [...]