GoonMilkTV vol.8 Bobby Hundreds Book Signing

GoonMilkTV vol.8 Bobby Hundreds NYC Book Signing “This is Not a T Shirt”


Last week, or week before last, I took a trip up to New York with E to attend Bobby Hundreds Book signing. It was dope we spent the day plastering Goonmilk Scavenger Hunt posters up and eating good until it was time to hit the book signing that ended up being standing room only and some people didn’t even get in, stuck in the rain. Eventually we were stuck in as well waiting for our Megabus. Nonetheless the mission was accomplished I got my hard copy signed and gave Bobby a GoonMilk bottle tee for inspiring my streetwear aspirations throughout the years. Thank you again for the wise words and community that is the Hundreds.

GoonMilkTV visits NYC to attend the Bobby Hundreds of the Hundreds Brand Book Signing Of his best selling autobiography “This is Not a T shirt”. Bobby Continuously drops gems from his book and life experience as he continues to grow a community around his and partner Ben’s The Hundreds Brand.


Happy New year!

Day 1 of 2019 in the books let’s continue to keep the positive vibrations flowing and chase our purpose in this crazy thing called life. I am truly thankful for 2018 and all the lessons it taught me, the relationships it brought me (good and bad), and all the blessings. My car accident last month really was a blessing and I am so grateful for my health and life. It really put things into perspective for me, this month especially. I’ve began to shift my focus more on my future instead of living in the moment and recklessly at that. Back to setting Goals and accomplishing what I need to in a timely matter to not only reach my goals but crush them entirely. Last week cleaning up I saw a note I wrote of my 2018 Goals and a year later I can honestly say that I killed 2018 and 2019 I’m going even harder!


As I have refocused my energy I’ve also been working on a few new concepts for the upcoming year; first up our SZN 6 GOONS apparel will continue to drop in Capsule Collections throughout the year. Focusing on prison reform, police brutality, and Getting Out Of Negative Situations.


Secondly, Black History Month at Goonmilk is always lit. Discounts and Black empowerment in abundance. Paying Homage to Black excellence at their lowest point because we’ve all been down before but it’s about Getting Out Of those Negative Situations.


Third, to close out the quarter in March I’m taking this “Guns and Butter” scene from BET network favorite “Baby Boy” and giving you a capsule collection based off the economic theory of “Guns and Butter”, if you have no clue what I’m talking about just watch the promo vid below. 


Last Monday I was contacted by my buddies over at TMZ Live to come on the show via Skype and speak on whatever [usually some "nigga" shit] topic was in the News that day. So happens that I was chosen to speak on Chief Keef's beef with that "skittles rainbow looking police informant rapper guy" and getting Shot at in New York City, but Keef not speaking on the incident at all.

In my opinion talking to the police in any way, in a situation like this is not happening because then they're watching your every move and making sure you weren't involved in anything that may have caused the shooting. Unnecessary attention, and once your name in that paperwork as a witness/Informant all that street cred/clout shit is out the window. Chief Keef knows this, yt pipo do not. Chief Keef knows his street cred is what made him who he is in the industry, and thats just not something I believe he's willing to give up for some goofy's missing in a city he not even from. But I digress...

I just wanted to wear the new "Blood on the Concrete" GoonMilk tee on National TV...

You can't pay for that type of promotion...

Heres the clip!


This morning Me and Eli met up with my photographer Buddy/Colleague Rebecca From NY, whom had been in Baltimore for the night for the Chance the Rapper Concert last night and wanted to shoot. Rebecca's pretty dope she shot both of my last shoots in NY and we've begun to call ourselves the dream team the way we work so well together. She being from NY and knowing no one or where to shoot. She asked me to scout for models and locations. So casually I run into Amber a week or two beforehand and she said she'd be down to model/style herself since I mostly do Men's styling. And what better location in Baltimore than Graffiti Alley?

The Shoot was Fire.

Heres a few Behind The Scenes shots.