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    Recap: Jim Jones "El Capo" Concert (NYC)

    Recap: Jim Jones "El Capo" Concert (NYC)

    The music critics have been chiming in on Jim Jones' new album, "El Capo." Overall, the reception has been positive - with many saying this is his best body of work in the past ten years! With the Heatmakerz on deck, Jones continues to perfect and refine the sound that is uniquely his own. Going through the tracklist, the Heatmakerz snatch listeners' souls with their piercing production that's only amplified with Jones' distinct flow and voice.

    To celebrate yet another win in his storied career, Jones put on a concert in his beloved city of New York. Playing host, Gramercy Theater was filled with sounds of "El Capo" as Jones performed various tracks - and even bringing out surprise guests, such as Maino.

    Check out #MariaMyraine and #yeaimMike's recap below. Throughout his performance, Jones was spotted with a few hefty chains dangling from his neck, along with a few cuban link bracelets on each wrist and some pinky frost on each hand. 

    Dapper Dan & A$AP Rocky Pay Homage to Harlem Fashion

    Dapper Dan & A$AP Rocky Pay Homage to Harlem Fashion

    Harlem’s own, Dapper Dan, has come a long way from his start in fashion. Now, nearly six decades later, he has become a household name in both Harlem, and fashion - transcending his role as “the tailor of Harlem.” The now, global influencer, gives the people a sneak peak into the journey he has embarked on in the form of a short film. Fellow Harlem native, A$AP Rocky, joins in as well.

    Influenced by  AT&T’s “212” campaign, the five-minute video chronicles Dapper Dan’s come-up, starting in the 1960’s to the present day, as he narrates the ups and downs of his storied career in fashion. From selling luxury goods out of his trunk to being raided by police when he was accused of copying fashion labels, and more - it’s as real as it gets.

    But those dips in his career, have only paved way for his rise - he’s since become an official collaborator with Gucci, released a book, co-branded a collection, and more. Watch “Harlem Kings of Style (It’s a 212 thing)” below.