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How much do you enjoy reppin’ Fresh From Birth!? You know, we’re getting into more things than just apparel. Although we LOVE wearing our apparel, sometimes we think we can do more, and here, you can see that even our rides rep FFB. We just got an order of new vinyl decals made, but our first test pieces were made for my car and our homeboy Cameron. Thanks for taking some shots of your car and sending it to us Cam!
Yeah, Alex and I went to UNC, and Cameron goes to Duke, but here, it’s about a lifestyle. In the end, the RTP as a whole, including Duke, NC State, and UNC, has seen a vast improvement of camaraderie due to a lot of local brands evoking a response from all three corners, and getting blessed with support. Our normal junior stickers make for a fun car decal, but our test decals were made for autos and their windshields haha. We’ll have them for sale first at Freshwise in August, and our online shop soon. Check out the pics, and don’t forget that all of our apparel is currently on sale for $18/shirt.
Stop for a moment and think back to where or what you were doing in the year 2000. It was after the Y2K scare, we were in the midst of the dot-com bubble bursting, Worldcom and Enron were in the midst of defrauding their stockholders of billions – ’twas a momentous year indeed. But what stood out to 11-year old 6th grader Alex was Nelly’s debut single, “Country Grammar”. It was the epitome of forbidden fruit – as a kid, I wasn’t allowed to watch tv on the weekdays, much less listen to explicit rap. But every kid in school was humming this song, and it eventually became too popular for me not to learn the lyrics and sing along, even if it was on the schoolbus listening to other children sing it. To this day, “Country Grammar” remains one of my favorite Nelly songs – it marked his entrance into the music game as a brash but talented kid who never took himself too seriously. Before “Just a Dream”, before “Air Force Ones”, before even “Dilemma” and “Hot in Herre”, it was just some good ol’ Country Grammar that set off 2000 right, and hopefully bumps in your speakers on this Throwback Thursday.
Nelly – Country Grammar (Hot Ish)
Some people were bummed that we didn’t show all of our photos, so I rounded up some more of Corey Jenkins’ other shots, and put em’ out for you guys to check out.