A Hustler’s Mantra // Poetry by Joekenneth Museau and photos by Rog Walker.


before @JesseBoykins3rd’s listening session for #LoveApparatus | (@JKschwaza + @CHRISturnerLC)


Recorded at Recording Arts|Fairfax, VA & at Mousai House|Washington, DC

released 04 April 2014 

Redline Graffiti is:
Ajene Harley- Guitar
Dante Pope- Drums, Percussion
Donald Martin - Producer, Composer, Vocalist
Drew Moten - Producer, Composer, Vocalist, Bass Guitar


her. PROJECT (Originally inspired by the song “her.” on the Shades.Of.Moo album) The her. project represents the authentic nature of a woman. This limited release from L.O.E is meant to empower and embrace the beauty of womanhood. Shirts & Photo gallery is now available at LOEWORLDWIDE.COM +++
Photography by: Samuel Grenada [ @samiam973 ]
Polaroids shots taken by: MoRuf A.



“Hard work is not a chore, to struggle is not a curse, and success is not a straight path”

- Joshua Kissi (via streetetiquette)


Art Grandy



3/28/14 Broome Street // Rainy Day


#nyc #new york city #photography #fashion #reflection #kat irlin #architecture

“If you don’t make the time to work on creating the life you want, you’re eventually going to be forced to spend a lot of time dealing with a life you don’t want.”

- Kevin Ngo  (via jebonair)



Staff riding, the local slang for train surfing, is a widespread phenomenon in SA. Katlehong is one of the largest townships in South Africa and has played a key role in the history of the struggle against apartheid. The population is almost entirely made up of blacks, but strongly multiethnic: all the eleven South Africa’s official languages are spoken in the township.

The almost total majority of surfers are kids under 25. Amputations and death are really common. The Prasa Metrorail, the SA train company,
is one of the foundations of their society.This connection between train and citizens remained very strong over time. The spectacular and risky act of train surfing becomes the framework to tell the Katlehong’s young people social fabric.

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