This month Kanye West took his talents into another arena with the debut of his 'DW' clothing line—a line for women named after his late mother, Donda West. Russell created Phat Farm, Diddy did Sean John, and Jay w/Dame brought forth the street reflection fashions of Roc-A-Wear. However, West's efforts in the women's realm of fashion may be the first time a member/rapper/producer from the Hip-hop scene/industry/nation/generation, etc.
Whether you approve of his fashion sense as it pertains to the creations he's manifested in tribute to his mother, West, like a small crew of other Hip-Hop industry shapers, has pushed the boundaries out even further as to what talented young Black men in Hip-Hop can do.
CAN I KICK IT? / 5.23 / feat Black Belt Jones - This guy’s style was unmatched and this movie ranks among one of the most iconic films. We’re happy to announce this month’s featured presentation will be...
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