By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.
Bury Me With The Lo On book exploring exactly how a group of kids from 1980s Brooklyn influenced mainstream hip-hop and shaped a movement of Polo By Ralph Lauren fans was getting a re-release.
The new book is a second chance to get your hands on a book that sold out in just three days last time, and its full of never before seen archival photos, new portraits, and added insights that are exclusive to the release. Tom Gould and Thirstin Hollow Da 3rd Lo Life founder and rapper the people behind the book — have unveiled an archival documentary made up of previously unreleased Lo Life footage from the late ’80s through to the early ’90s.
Bury Me With The Lo On Mark Its Re-Release With A New Documentary