Watch Thirstin Howl III’s Bury Me With The Lo On Documentary

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

You love to hear the story, again and again. In this new documentary short, Thirstin Howl III, aka Big Vic-Lo, perfectly breaks down the history and legend of iconic Brooklyn boosting crew The Lo-Lifes. The 7-minute clip features priceless footage of the crew in their natural habitat of the streets of New York City in the late 80’s and 90’s, mobbing out and utterly dripping in classic Polo. Thirstin dropped this to promote the upcoming release of the second edition of his book Bury Me with The Lo On with photographer Tom Gould, which will feature new never before seen archival images and present-day portraits.

Previously: Thirstin Howl III ft. Prodigy – Skillmatic | Dallas Penn’s 5 Favorite Polo Pieces Worn in Rap Videos

Thirstin Howl III ft. Prodigy – Skillmatic

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Lo-Life General Thirstin Howl III just dropped his new project Skillmatic and he’s joined on the title track by Prodigy. Check it out below, as well as his previous single “Public Enemy” with Master Fuol, and order physical copies of the new LP here.

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Video: Sadat X ft. R.A. The Rugged Man & Thirstin Howl III – Industry Outcasts

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Sadat X, R.A. The Rugged Man and Thirstin Howl III take great pride in being “Industry Outcasts” in this latest visual in support of Sadat’s new album Agua. The clip hasa bunch of shots in front of the Sean Price memorial wall in Brooklyn and if you keep your eyes peeled, you’ll spot a bunch of OGs lurking.

Previously: Sadat X ft. A-F-R-O & Rahzel – Murder Soundtrack (Video)

Video: J.Littles ft. Bodega Bamz and Thirstin Howl III – Tres Leches

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Thirstin Howl III and Bodega BAMZ arrive at the cookout ‘Lo down with the Low Riders bouncing and get bilingual with their man J.Littles on the new collab “Tres Leches,” which samples the Tito Puente classic “Oye Como Va.”

Previously: Bodega BAMZ – All Eyez Off Me (Mixtape)

Video: Thirstin Howl III ft. Smoke DZA, Dre Brown & Master Fuol – You Know My Squad

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

The original ‘Lo general Thirstin Howl III brings in Smoke DZA, Dre Brown and Master Fuol for “You Know My Squad,” a posse cut that appears on the Lo-Life  Miami Family album Panty Plans. DZA sets it off and handles the chorus. L’s up!

Previously: DJ Heron ft. Black Rob & Thirstin Howl III – Man of Respect | Smoke DZA – Where It’s At?

DJ Heron ft. Black Rob & Thirstin Howl III – Man of Respect

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015


If we’re talking “Men of Respect,” you’re in good company with NYC OG’s Black Rob and Thirstin Howl III. From Uptown to Brooklyn, these guys names continue to ring bells. Produced by DJ Heron.

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DJ EFN ft. Sa-Roc, Masta Ace & Thirstin Howl III – Power

Monday, March 9th, 2015


As you probably know, DJ EFN’s Another Time compilation album is out now and it is chock full of incredible features. Pick it up here if you haven’t already. Today we’re happy to share another leak from the album featuring Sa-Roc, Masta Ace, Umar Bin Hassan of the Last Poets and Lo-Life general Thirstin Howl III.

You can pre-order special limited edition vinyl, cassette and CD copies of Another Time ahead of their release on April 14th right here.

Previously: DJ EFN ft. Inspectah Deck, Guilty Simpson, M.O.P. & Bernz – Another Time

Video: Thirstin Howll III x J-Ronin – Thirsty Thiefs Theme

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Thirstin over a flip of Nasir’s “Thief’s Theme” for J-Ronin’s Freestyle Files Vol. 2.

Previously: Lil Fame x J-Ronin – Get Busy (Video)

FEATURE: Dallas Penn’s 5 Favorite Polo Pieces Worn in Rap Videos

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

As you may or may not know, myself and my man Dallas Penn share an affinity for vintage Ralph Lauren Polo. He grew up in Queens and I was raised in Yonkers, but when we first met back during the mid 2000’s, we had an instant connection through our shared passion. In recent years, collectible ‘Lo has seen something of a resurgence amongst collectors of vintage fresh, but the history behind this shit goes back well over 25 years.

These days, anybody can be fresh. There are countless blogs and websites that document and curate all of the latest and greatest in street and men’s wear in what can sometimes feel like real time. Back during the Golden Age of ‘Lo, there were no lookbooks or street style blogs to keep you updated, you either saw something in the store, on the streets or in a Rap video. Like myself, Dallas was heavily influenced by ‘Lo cameos in several early to mid 90’s music videos and so we brought him in to talk about some of the legendary moments that helped shape and continue to influence style to this day.

Click here to read Dallas Penn’s 5 Favorite Polo Pieces Worn in Rap Videos

Video: Thirstin Howl III ft. Hurricane G – Real Serio

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

A new video for “Real Serio” off Thirstin and Hurricane G’s Mami & Papi project.

Previously: Spit Gemz ft. Thirstin Howl III & Meyhem Lauren – Homemade Hot Sauce | Thirstin Howl III ft. Hurricane G – Quema (Video)