Monday, November 30, 2015

Schoolly-D for Cyber Monday

The OG West Philly rapper in 1986, with DJ Code Money.

Schoolly-D for Cyber Monday


Heads up, hip-hop heads: Schoolly D wants to be your haberdasher.

The West Philly original gangsta rapper auteur behind "P.S.K. What Does It Mean?," "Gucci Time" and "I Don't Like Rock & Roll" has a Philadelphia hip-hop holiday gift purchase at the ready with a T-shirt emblazoned with this picture of himself and DJ Code Money taken on Parkside Ave. in West Philly in 1986. 

A portion of the profits go to Face to Face Germantown, a community organziation that assists low income citizens of the Northwest Philadelphia neighborhood. To get the shirt and/or read a Q & A with Schoolly, go here

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