YG “Hard Bottoms & White Socks,” Blueface ft. Rich The Kid “Daddy” & More | Daily Visuals 6.24.19

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YG’s history of rocking some questionable attire is well documented and though social media done cut ass on him for his fashion choices the Compton rapper still rolls hard like a G.

Continuing to style on ‘em as only he can, YG gets classy with it and blesses a star-studded crowd with a private performance before turning up with his peoples in the clip to “Hard Bottoms & White Socks.”

Keeping it in the family, YG’s breakout artist Blueface looks to keep his “Thotiana” momentum going with his visuals to the Rich The Kid assisted “Daddy” where Blue balls outta control to the delight of a thick young woman.

Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Matt Muse, King Louie, and more.

YG – “HARD BOTTOMS & WHITE SOCKS”

BLUEFACE FT. RICH THE KID – “DADDY”

MATT MUSE – “AIN’T NO [PHILATIA]”

IDK – “DIGITAL”

KING LOUIE – “TESLA”

YFN LUCCI – “650LUC”

K CAMP – “LOTTERY”

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Wearing public transit can be way more delightful than riding it. Pals and artists Abraham El Makawy and Michael Saunders — who are also fifth-generation Brooklynites — have been making transportation-themed merch under the brand name AINT WET since 2012. “What I love about the trains is that they’re ultimately the grand equalizer,” El Makawy,…
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Inside J.Crew’s Identity Crisis, Except When It Comes to Christmas Socks

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When I woke up this morning, I did not expect to spend part of my day waiting in a line for socks.

And yet, there I was, staring at J.Crew’s five color-coordinated shelves of socks, straining my neck to see whether the print on one pair was of the fire emoji or Rudolph the Reindeer. (Closer inspection revealed the pattern was actually a repeated gingerbread house.)

If you walked into New York City’s Rockefeller Center J.Crew and took one look at the sock-fawning crowd, you might forget for one second just how much internal instability the brand has seen in the past few weeks.

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