Toronto producer Hagler spotted wearing NOZO in his interview with Genius. He’s worked A$AP Ferg, Ty Dolla $ign, Vince Staples and many other artists—and previously produced on Drake’s “Fire & Desire”, Trophies, Furthest Thing, and Teenage Fever.”
In his three minute interview with Genius he covers the various programs he uses to produce, including FL Studio, Protools, Reason, and Cubase. He also gives us quick rundown of him using the Gross Beat VST to create the sound design for some of his tracks.
Be sure to check him out on Instagram @HagerTyrant for more information.
Taiwanese Rappers Young B 楊賓, YZ 于耀智, and BCW from The Gangster Money Fast Crew were spotted candidly chiling in pieces from our SS2016 collection. All three artists are part of The Gangster Money Fast a.k.a G$MOB Crew which also includes 滿人Manchuker. G$MOB has been an integral part of the underground Taiwanese rap/hip-hop music scene for years now. Take a sneak peek into their world through some of their music videos posted below featuring live concert footage, balt salts, shooting dice with Taiwanese NT, bottles of Ace, and general hoodness including kidnapping people with paperbags over their heads. Be sure to follow Young B on his Instagram and check out The Gangster Money Fast on their Facebook page.
It has always been a dream of ours to one day have our own run of hand-crafted Italian made sneakers. Well that day came quite early for us, thanks to the traditional shoemakers at Bruno Loasses who collaborated with us on our first run of awesome sneakers. Yes, this is a full run and we have every size from 40-45EU. I’ve been personally wearing my pair all week long and they are super comfy and equally stunting.
The shoe features silver and black leather, red suede details, a nickel plated “NOZO x BL” plate on the tongue, red foil NOZO X BL on the foot insert, and one inch thick white sole. Comes with a dust bag and white shoelaces. Collect yourself a piece of NOZO history today and order a pair. Extremely limited supply. Designed by Thelonius Poon and made in Italy. Be sure to follow Bruno on his Instagram at @BL_Brunoloasses_the_pop
We are very proud to announce our collaboration jacket with Philadelphia based streetwear-couture label Burning Guitars Clothing. Headed by Smiley Jonez and designed by Saiyd Muhammed, they have in the last seven years established themselves as one of the most innovative and fashion-forward labels in Philadelphia. We were extremely excited to work with them, and collaborate with Saiyd on this piece. They’ve recently been featured in Philadelphia City Fashion Week, and Atlantic City Fashion Week. You may have seen some of their pieces on celebrities such as Wiz Khalifa, Meek Mill, Nelly, Nicki Minaj, B.o.B, Wale, Jason Thompson (NBA Golden State Warriors), Erica Mena, Natalie Didonato from Mob Wives,Yazz The Greatest from Empire, and Diggy Simmons. Can’t wait to see who wears this jacket first.
The jacket features our signature NOZO hexagon “Yonge Street Hooligans” embroidered graphic on the front and back, with the Burning Guitars font over the hood, and signature felt Burning Guitars logo on the left sleeve. Be sure to follow them on Instagram @BurningGuitars
So our new site is finally done, we hustled as a team to get it up and running. We had so much fun doing this line and we’ve all been super excited behind the scenes to finally show it to you guys and do the big reveal. We’ll have some dope new updates and secret collaborations coming out soon (wink). Stay updated, we’ll post on social media to keep you all informed.
Los Angeles based contemporary artist, illustrator, fashion and toy designer, and animator Gary Baseman recently visited Toronto to do a set of murals and paintings for the Drake One Fifty. The art installations included a vertical toy mobile hanging in at the entrance, a large scale mural featuring various characters he’s created having dinner, an entire wall covered in lunch room trays covered in his illustrations, as well as plates above the rear wall kitchen. The pieces compliment the restaurant/lounge very nicely and we were very happy to see Gary’s artwork used in such an interactive way. Be sure to stop by the Drake One Fifty near Adelaide and University to see the pieces in person.
We were able to have a quick chat with Gary after and get some photos with the two costumed ladies he brought dressed as his Wild Girls. He also showed us his hand sketched book that he sketches in while he travels. We hope to see you again soon Gary!