In part I of LRG’s Off The Record series, the Orange County-based clothing company hits the studio with hip-hop producer Young Chop. Known as the person behind the sound of similarly bubbling Chicago artist Chief Keef, whose track “I Don’t Like” finds Kanye West, Pusha T, Big Sean and Jadakiss hopping aboard the remix, Chop proves he’s already a production veteran at the ripe old age of eighteen. While in the lab, Young Chop discusses how he got his start, walks the viewer through some of his production techniques and talks about the free and easy working relationship with Chief Keef. With the “I Don’t Like” remix set to drop sometime this week, 2012 is looking like Young Chop is soon going to be a household name.
Originally released back in 1996, the Nike Air Griffey Max 1 was the first signature shoe of the living legend Ken Griffey Jr. This iconic shoe is slated to return this summer in yet another colorway. This GS pair combines shades of white, grey, teal and pink in a South Beach-esque look.
The Nike Air Flight One has seen copious amounts of attention with the release of the “Orlando” and Dark Grey/Fresh Mint colorways earlier this year. This summer, Nike Sportswear re-releases a pair that many sneakerheads have come to know and love. This pair, which was worn by Michael Jordan, in game 3 of the 1995 NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals features a predominately black upper with white trim scattered throughout.