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      News — Odd Future

      Mike G: "My Style is in Between Obnoxious and Classy"😎

      Mike G: "My Style is in Between Obnoxious and Classy"😎

      Mike G will forever be a part of Odd Future. The collective started by Tyler, The Creator stands for Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA), highlighting the unique, abstract talent and creativity embodied in each member. Real name Michael Griffin remembers his first encounter with Tyler at the Supreme shop in La Brea back in 2008, eventually going on to chopp and screw their first mixtape — it’s been a wrap ever since.

      Fast forward to 2019, the brand is strong as ever (although they don’t tour). In fact, Mike will be returning to Camp Flog Gnaw carnival for the 8th year in a row, joining some of the biggest names in music while of course, celebrating and sharing the stage with his OF family.

      On top of releasing his Exile EP back in August, Mike has been busy with his own Stealth Fighter clothing brand and simply living the LA dream. King Ice caught up with Mike G to discuss his love for jewelry, his favorite pieces, and what he wants his legacy to be.

      Mike G Odd Future

      Talk about your love for jewelry.

      At the basis of it, I really just like shiny stuff. [chuckles] I do like metals and the chemistry of it, even though I don’t understand it too much. The makeup the build of it, how you mix this metal with this metal. Designing also. To have the capital to do that is the first step, so that’s what I’m working on.. 


      How would you define your style as it relates to jewelry?

      My style is in between obnoxious and classy a little bit. I don’t mind mixing metals or whatever. It’s a little personal. 


      What are your go-to pieces in your jewelry collection? (Something you put on with any outfit or occasion)

      Definitely rings. I just got this, it’s my Green Lantern ring. I have a designer, a guy I work with. That and this Stealth Fighter piece [points to necklace]. These two things mainly. I’m working on getting a real nice watch, probably a Rolex.


      What’s the most expensive jewelry you’ve ever purchased?

      Definitely this Stealth Fighter chain.


      How much was it?

      I can’t disclose that, but I will say the price of the gold was significantly lower. 


      If you could make any jewelry in the world, what would you make?

      Beyond necklaces, I’d probably make a crown on something. Something really pointless for sure. 


      What record label had the most iconic chain in your opinion?

      To be unavoidable is like a Roc-A-Fella. But design-wise, I like how the Death Row chain was. Even Aftermath was kind of tight. 





      What do you want your legacy to be?

      I want people to know they can do anything. The course of my life is hard to put into words, so if I can give the same feeling to anyone else — if it makes sense to anyone else, then I feel like my job is done. Even my ambitions, if I can make that make sense to anyone else, that’s all I want.



      Odd Future + Wu-Tang

       Wu-TangOdd Future

      Season: Summer 2019

      Key Pieces: The Odd Future Winged Donut is definitely the most striking in the collection, while the Wu-Tang logos are perfect for the true Hip-Hop head.

      Last Day: July 29


      Staff Notes: Wu-Tang and Odd Future has been one of the most popular collabs for King Ice over the last 2.5 years. The collection capture two nostalgic eras of hip-hop that represent timeless music — classics such as C.R.E.A.M by Wu-Tang and Oldie by Odd Future changed hip-hop forever.

      The last-call collection will comprise 19 pendants, chains, and rings that range from $30 to $75.

      The last call collection was first announced earlier this week when King Ice  took to social media to Twitter to share end dates.


      Amidst March Madness Mayhem, One Bracket Remains Perfect

      Amidst March Madness Mayhem, One Bracket Remains Perfect

      Across all major online bracket games, only ONE NCAA Tournament bracket is left standing. 40 year old, Gregg Nigl of Ohio, is the creator of the only perfect bracket, as of this morning. “It’s really unbelievable. I didn’t expect this at all. It was the fourth bracket I filled out. I almost didn’t fill it out It’s kind of a fluke,” Nigl shared with ABC 7 News. The neuropsychologist has unbelievably predicted the outcome of all 48 games thus far and is the only bracket to ever enter the Sweet 16 in the last five years.

      And guess who has winning the entire thing? Gonzaga - over Kentucky!


      With Thursday’s games in just a couple days, we all await to see if his winning streak continues! Speaking of March Madness, we have selected some of our favorite pieces for an exclusive Ice Madness Sale where 68 of our favorite products will go head to head - this month only! From our latest Notorious B.I.G. “The Dream” necklace, to our Odd Future “The Winged Donut” collaboration, and more. Take a look at this week's featured match-ups!

       VS.   14k Gold Hamsa Necklace

        VS.   Chief Keef Glo Cup