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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.


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 years FNAA Collaborator of the Year and Last Years Retailer of the Year, Ronnie Fieg shows no signs of slowing down. The wizard behind Kith has set the bar extremely High with his collaborations this year. Bergdorf Goodman, Coca Cola, Moncler, Nike, Adidas, and of course Asics. I first discovered the name Ronnie Fieg in his many color iterations of classic Asics silhouettes back in the early 2000s. Since then, and especially in the past two to three years I've followed his run to back to back Footwear News Awards. Working with the likes of Lebron James, Scottie Pippen, and Wood Harris, this year has courted attention of every sneaker and streetwear enthusiast in the world. 


I see the Kith brand doing nothing but growing in the future with excellent textile and garment construction with Ronnie's own touch of creative control and attention to detail in every piece he drops. And the drops don't stop, recent releases during Black Friday were sold out in seconds online. Lines wrap around the block of Kith shops to get first dibs and most times the only dibs on the luxury streetwear line. Not to mention Kith Treats are insanely good and for it to be such a simple ice cream, milk shake, and cereal bar it definitely does its job in getting you to come back for more. I can't wait for my next trip to NY to grab some more Kith Treats. Anyways check out the Kith brand and take notes, this guy's got the formula.