Did a fun illo for Green Label this week, of Gucci Mane & Future as football players. They re-sized the image incorrectly, and I wish they gave me a link back from the article, but I was happy they asked me to put something together for them! Here’s the un-edited image #donutglow
EDIT: As this thing gets shared all over for some reason, I just wanted to make clear that Green Label DID eventually link me up. Cool folks.
i always get questions on what gear i use for my concert photography. check out this very brief interview with green label where I discuss in detail what i use and why here - kid cudi in photo - shot by GREG NOIRE
Mountain Dew’s “Green Label Sound” Profile’s Nas’ Illmatic: 20 Years Later
Mountain Dew’s “Green Label Sound” and Hip Hop DX present “Illmatic: 20 Years Later,” an in-depth review on the makings of the classic album and it’s role in shaping Nas’ career and legacy.
Twenty years after it’s release, Nas' Illmatic is still hailed as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time, widely respected and essential in every hip hop conversation, debate, and discussion, the album is considered a classic. Nas’ poetic flow and street conscious content has been instrumental in transcending hip hop culture into pop culture with it’s ability to connect to a diverse group of listeners. Although, the album was not immediately deemed a commercial success, time would prove it’s true significance. This year marked the 20th anniversary of the definitive masterpiece and has been deemed the “Year of Illmatic.” In celebration of the album’s anniversary, Mountain Dew’s “Green Label Sound” and Hip Hop DX take an in-depth look at the album’s inception and the key elements that would go on to shape Nas’s immense legacy.