The ‘Lo-End Theory is more than simply a bunch of fanboys swapping and selling their vintage gear. It’s an honest celebration of everything that is Hip-Hop. The aspiration through apparel. The underground artists who bring flair and flavor to the scene. The lifestyle of living life lavishly in your own way.
Thirstin’ Howl III opens this video with a montage of 40 Deuce flicks. The Deuce was NYC’s ave for hardbody stunting. Not just NYC but the tri-state area. If you wanted to be seen on the scene in the 1980’s you had to come on the Deuce. I wouldn’t come alone if I were you tho’ because the wolfpacks are mossied up looking for meat. – Dallas Penn