Reebok Presents: Classic By Jonathan Mannion At Art Basel Miami & The Romantic Process Of Jesse Boykins III

Veröffentlicht: Dezember 1, 2011 in Music
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* Behind the camera lens, it is no understatement to say that Jonathan Mannion is a force to be reckoned with. Having been given his first big break many years ago by Heavy D (RIP), Mannion has gone on to shoot virtually every major hip-hop artist and rapper. In collaboration with Reebok Classics, the legendary photographer will be showing an extensive exhibition of his work during Art Basel Miami 2011. The four-day exhibition will also feature a special collaborative series of illustrated photographs and prints that Mannion created alongside artists such as Rick Ross, Rakim, Fat Joe, Mos Def, Fabolous, and Ja Rule.

The Movement, Part 4:
* In Reebok’s fourth installment with singer-songwriter Jesse Boykins III, the Chicago native speaks on the beginnings of his romantic movement, which undoubtedly still shines through in his music even today. Seemingly cultivating his own niche and avenue, Boykins prides himself in steering away from the trends of here and now and remaining true to what he really enjoys and appreciates.

Wer seine Mugge noch nicht kennt, kann sich hier das Free Mixtape schnappen. Smoother Typ!

via Hypebeast

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