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Truck North ft. Homeboy Sandman – Riot Act

Truck follows up his Our American Cousin EP with a new collaboration with Homeboy Sandman.

Previously: Truck North – Our American Cousin (EP)

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10 Responses to “Truck North ft. Homeboy Sandman – Riot Act”

  1. Mack Martinez Says:

    Now all we need is pockets.

  2. Captain Planet Says:

    I’m about taking the hungry kids outta lagos…and putting them into white families that love em..




    Fuck a givenchy, balmain, balenciaga, alex wang
    lifestyle is played out been dead since ’11
    We dont do trend
    let’s elevate let’s see a little bit more Oswald Boateng, a bit more Tom Ford, some Phillip Lim, some Yohji Yamamoto

  4. Casket Face Says:

    Aight yall I’m packing …Weekend in DC

  5. Captain Planet Says:

    Comeback week on nah

    Throwback jerseys sponsored by Complex

  6. Captain Planet Says:

    Black people love the European designers

    White people love the European dee jays

  7. hugh hef Says:

    that fashion shit is nothing

    I’m about black empowerment…Black excellence..

    but dont act like a nigga dont got a closet full of 400 – 500 dollar t-shirts…

    That shit aint really nuffin tho…

    I’m about taking the hungry kids outta lagos…and putting them into white families that love em..

    thats what I am about…

    belt 1,000
    shoes 1,000

    but i donate bread to african kids with the fly stuck on they face

  8. Gob Bluth Says:

    T-shirts with Shark and Rottweilers….Birds of Paradise all that shit

    ^2011 shit, my 19 year old brother studying in Italy wouldn’t be caught dead in that shit also

    Tom Ford >>>> he made Gucci & YLS what they are plus he designs all his shit in London anyway

  9. Casket Face Says:

    Before I go, I’m thinking about hollerin’ at Eskay about droppin some mixes every week from all the blog submissions I know he gets.

  10. Gob Bluth Says:

    “By 1999, the house, which had been almost bankrupt when Ford joined, was valued at about $4.3 billion. When Ford left in 2004, Gucci Group was valued at $10 billion.”

    Don’t hate Harlem

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