For their new release, lifestyle brand Kinship teams up with music discovery site Pigeons and Planes to honor the underground hip-hop classics. The satin bomber features an all-over print of the 30 best underground hip hop albums selected by Pigeons and Planes, including the likes of Aesop Rock, Atmosphere, Cannibal Ox, Company Flow, and Madvillain.
To highlight the jacket, Kinship has partnered with directors Prime Cut for a new interview series called "Off Top." The first episode features Mass Appeal's latest signee Dave East. Recruited by Nas himself-who has deemed the Harlem-born rapper "next up" on the rap scene-Dave East can be seen sporting "The Underground"bomber in the video and speaking about the first underground album he shouldn't have owned, his relationship with Nas and how he feels about being left off of the XXLFreshman cover.
Watch the first episode of "Off Top" here .
"The Underground" Bomber is available now for $200 at www.kinshipshop.com