In a world poisoned by fake news, there’s only one medium of truth left: The Meme. We talked to memer KA5SH on the divide between black and white Twitter, ownership, and where content creators stand in an uncertain future.
Alleged fake deaths (Tim Dog), villainous alter egos (MF DOOM), and one of the most complex figures to ever find himself a mic (Ol’ Dirty Bastard)—this is the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters. Jensen Karp predicts the next big hip-hop biopic.
“This is for straight fuckin’ heads, real subculture heads. We put this on for the kids, for the youth, and that’s how it’s goin’ down.” We chop it up with the two guys behind Nature World Night Out and how they’re breaking down genre walls.
“Trump has nominated Oklahoma Attorney General, Scott Pruitt, for the head EPA job. That’s like Cruella de Vil as director of a dalmatian rescue.” 5 quick facts you need to know about what the hell is going on in politics.
Our beloved Rosewood store isn’t just home to tourists and locals—there have been some heavy duty celebrity cameos that have landed there as well. Head honcho Westside 5ive has seen them all from the beginning, whether they were on their way up the Billboard charts or just beginning their careers. I sat down with him […]
Who DOESN’T wanna hear “Touch the Sky” by Kanye mashed up with “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes? How about dropping “99 Problems” by Jay Z into a pot with “Hey There Delilah” by Plain White T’s?
A collaborative anorak with our friends at Washington rarewear boutique eTc Tacoma, constructed of water-resistant nylon with 3M reflective print, oversized hood with quilted visor, concealed rib cuffs, and a fishtail back hem.
For our 10th anniversary on Fairfax, we want to celebrate and share more memorable moments—with you, our family. Join us for a six week extravaganza of activities that will honor RSWD the only way we know how.
“I really love the ‘bumpy Margiel[a] feel like braille’ bar, that’s ghetto poetry at its finest. This is what I like to call lifestyle music. ” Josh Peas picks a few of his favorite songs from the first month of 2017.
The Hundreds Spring 2017 is here. This season, we experimented with boxy, oversized fits, hybrid/reversible garments, and new fabrications like engineered jacquard knits and reverse sateen, and paid homage to Los Angeles.
“Skateboarding has a long history of producing heroes who end up changing the conversation around art, music, fashion, and style.” adidas’s group art show The Showcase celebrates the creativity of skaters. Now it’s going global.
“That’s what I’m into: I like raw beats, I don’t like all the flash. I like getting straight to the point.” We caught up with Detroit producer Black Noi$e after he wrapped up a tour with Antwon and Trash Talk.
“It’s the best thing Supreme and LV have ever done, and it’s the worst thing they could’ve done for their legacies – it’s everything and nothing.” Bobby Hundreds and more industry peeps share thoughts on Supreme x LV with Highsnob.
“If you think it’s going to be a regular stand-up show, you’re in for a potential rude awakening.” Chappelle’s Show co-creator, comedian Neal Brennan on his stand-up special 3 Mics, mental health, and the future of comedy in the Trump era.
23-year-old photographer Luis Ernesto Santana captures the duality of emotions present in Washington D.C. this past weekend, from journalists swarming around a trash fire, to the red, white, and blue of Trump supporters.
Hip-hop has never had a problem with articulating & impacting social injustice in this country. To remind ourselves of just how much rap will forever have a stake in politics, here’s 5 tracks by the likes of YG & Nipsey and Vince Staples.
Nas: “As a kid I ain’t relate really / I would say your dream speech jokingly / ‘Til your world awoke in me.” Here’s 5 songs dedicated to the legacy of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., from Public Enemy to Nina Simone.
Bobby Hundreds called this Japanese reality show “the antithesis of the American reality genre.” Read more about the most addicting snoozefest you can watch right now and why everyone at The Hundreds is hooked on Terrace House.
“…There’s a little bit of the wanderer in my music who is just wandering and seeking and waving goodbye as I continue on my journey to nowhere.” Interview with our favorite current musician & analog girl in a digital world.
Here are a few scents by the likes of Nasomatto & Comme des Garçons that will give your nose a beautiful start to 2017 even if the rest of your body lives under a fascist government that wants to suffocate your will to live.
“Bronx people have their own attitude. Whether you make it out or not, it never leaves you.” The Martinez Brothers pay homage to their hometown and talk about how DJing and producing goes hand in hand.
“I’m fascinated about the fact that we are aging and all the time changing a little bit… I think the characters I’m making are all my previous years—they are both 8 years old and 30 years old at the same time.”
“The photos tell the story, but sometimes it’s just more interesting to hear the actual story behind the photo.” Legendary tattoo artist, writer, and photographer Henk Schiffmacher shares a few stories from his new photo book, ‘pure, direct and unprecedented.’
Our favorite submissions of the year. #TheHundredsPanorama is a snapshot of our global community, curated by Raoul Laisina (@xaoux) and The Hundreds Staff. Tag us on Instagram for a chance to be featured.
“Little did I know that by just asking Jews what they do on December 25th, I would open my own eyes to something totally fucking insane. Like when we realized Jay Z and Beyoncé were in the Illuminati, my eyes are open to the truth and I can’t ever forget it.”
“It was December 24th on Hollis Ave/ in the dark / When I see a man chilling with his dog in the park / I approached very slowly with my heart full of fear / Looked at his dog, oh my god, an ill reindeer.” A very special Christmas edition of Track-A-Demia.