1. a body of traditions and knowledge on a subject or held by a particular group, typically passed from person to person by word of mouth


Being on the west coast we are experience the New Year later than most. Being able to relish in the last moments of 2014 is something I actually enjoy doing. It give me an opportunity to actually think about what I’m going to miss about 2014, what I’m glad is done with in 2014, and the exciting future ahead of me in 2015. Too often you hear people say “Don’t look back” but looking back allows us to see what we accomplished and what we didn’t and the hopes of creating better in the future.

With that being said, Next year I look forward to all the amazing brands that are going to be created by the people out of their bedrooms and garages. I look forward to all the musicians who are going to take the chance and post that song that they have been hesitant to produce. All the artist, who are going to express themselves on the canvas and on  the streets. StreetLore is about all these things. We are in the streets who speak the truths, and in that purist form share that knowledge with each other. So when I think about 2014 I think about that. I think about the lore of the last year. The old and the new stories, the traditions , and the knowledge we have gained. All I can say is, 2015 is going to be a great year.


What to look for in the begining of 2015:

One on One with the owner of P4P Shoes

Loyal KNG; The Past, The Present and The Future

Up Close with the Founder of SilenceNoGood.com

Up and Coming Clothing Company


If you haven’t heard; Q-Tip sent Iggy Azaela to school. Not in a way that most would be call a beef but in a way that most need to approach Hip Hop. This came from an attack/beef after Azealia Banks criticized Iggy on Hot 97 days ago. Iggy Struck back but soon after Q-Tip thought he would school the Australian Rapper on the fundamental ideology of the rap game. The highlight of the tweets, which can still be found on Q-Tips’ Twitter, was summed up by this following tweet:


Rappers like Q-Tip understand the history of where the rap game has been come from. So often we see these club bangers, one-hit, repetitive beats, and those are fine, but lets not forget where we came from and that true art and poetry are the root of this expression.