D Savage In The Studio And I Got That Pack
D Savage in the Studio and I Got That Pack
Seeing D Savage in the studio and I got that pack was like seeing an old friend again, I had seen him before in the ring but this time he looked like a different guy and that’s what made it special for me. I know it was a fluke but it was also a step up from his fumble with D Phoenix and it was an inspiration for me when it came to streetwear.
’30 Round Clip’ was a fluke
MC D Savage 3900 dropped a song in January called “30 Round Clip” which racked up 5.24 million streams on SoundCloud. The song wasn’t an official release, but it was recorded in the home studio of a friend of Savage’s. It wasn’t meant to be a hit, but it did get a lot of attention. Earlier this year, Savage signed with Joey Fatts’ Cutthroat Records.
Savage’s song “30 Round Clip” was one of his first recorded works before his late friend Jack Phoenix died. Savage’s friend was killed when a car hit him in Venice, CA. In his memory, Savage has adlibbed tributes on many of his songs. He has also created a t-shirt collection, which features an image of Phoenix. Savage has also collaborated with Glo Gang members Chief Keef and Joey Fatts. He is also set to release a full-length project, called D Phoenix. Savage is also a big ambassador for streetwear brand Sake, which uses Phoenix’s artwork in their logo.
’30 Round Clip’ was an inspiration for streetwear
Originally a movement in Los Angeles in the early 1980s, streetwear evolved into a fashion phenomenon with a variety of styles and influences. In the early days, streetwear took inspiration from the punk aesthetic, Japanese street fashion, heavy metal, and established legacy fashion brands such as Kangol and Schott NYC. Today, it’s a trend that is driven by social media and consumers. With the help of social media, anyone can start a clothing label and become an influencer. In this way, streetwear has democratized fashion and flipped the traditional fashion model.
Today, streetwear has a direct-to-consumer model. This means that consumers have complete control over the trends they want to see. Trend forecasters dictate what is going to be popular on the runway and in stores, but in the end, it’s the consumers who decide what to wear.