Hip Hop’s ALL BLACK EVERYTHING MOVEMENT

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With hip-hop style taking heavy cues from whatever city you were from, there’s no doubt that “all black everything” began as a L.A. style. And before you head to the comments to cry out that “N.W.A. wasn’t the only crew wearing black,” we’re not implying that. But it doesn’t take a viewing of Straight Outta Compton to realize that they were one of the few groups (if not the group) pioneering the look in the ’90s. Of course, that isn’t the case today—especially in a world where the Harlem-founded street goth tradition took hold of hip-hop. The trend may not be as widespread in 2015 as it was a few years ago, but with guys repping Y-3 sneakers and Rick Owens, the all-black everything movement is far from a few L.A. Raiders caps.

 

rocky

 

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