On friday night Unknown Mortal Orchestra played their second to last show of their current tour at the Aladdin Theater. It was great to see the homies slay their new record live. I was super impressed with Wampire’s opening set as well.
Last weekend Kamp traveled out to Chicago to help launch the adidas Originals TS lite AMR “Heat of the Bull” sneaker. There was a limited edition print from Hebru Brantley, performances by Chance The Rapper and Twista. It was great teaming up with Andrew of FakeShore Drive, Villa, and Dave Jeff on the event for adidas. The video was shot & edited by T.E.H.O.
Hands down the most excited we’ve been at Kamp for a sneaker launch. All three of these cover off on our favorite brands and color ways.
The third and final stop of the adidas Originals: Unite All Originals - USA collisions, was in one of our favorite cities work in Atlanta. In the ATL adidas Originals united Jermey Fish, Michael Sieben, and Morning Breath Inc. to make a giant 27 foot Exquisite Corpse. Danny Brown rocked the stage during the unveiling/stacking of the giant piece of art.
The last stop in the 3 part adidas Originals Unite All Originals collisions is Atlanta. 3 amazing artist will team to create a massive piece of art and will be unveiled during a special show.
We brought the house down in LA, but now it’s time for ATL to stand up. We’re colliding some of the most influential artists in the US and putting them up to a challenge. Follow @adidasoriginals on Twitter for all the need-to-know info on this week’s collision of art and style. 3.29.13 #unitealloriginals - via youtube
Check out this insane event Kamp put on with adidas Originals in Los Angeles last thursday as part of the Unite All Originals campaign. We took over a empty warehouse just outside of downtown LA and converted it in to an amazing venue. The Unite LA event had Snoop Dogg MC’ing, with performances by Big Sean, and AraabMuzik.
A$AP Rocky travels to the Dominican Republic for his latest video for “Wild for the Night” with the Skrillex and Birdy Nam Nam. It’s not the most original of ideas to shoot a hip hop video in the Caribbean. That being said, I do like the video and imagery a lot.