New Classics Listening Party – Philly

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Philly is, hands down, one of the illest cities in the US, making the “New Classics Listening Party,” that touched down there, one of the most enjoyable experiences of the tour.
 
In brief: a picture-perfect spring/summer day and evening on South St, complimentary Heineken, Red Bull and Vitamin Water, a very music savvy crowd including Shaman Work’s own Wale Oyejide and Born Free (Wise Intelligent’s Mngr), fresh goods from adidas and Frank 151 (Phat shout to Todd Nisbet – Chop Shop, Frank 151 fitteds), and superior sounds provided by DJ 2-Tone Jones and Philly’s own DJ Junior.
 
Thank you to all of those that made it out, all of our sponsors for supporting: Jason and the staff – adidas South St, Dave – Frank 151, Ya Ya – Red Bull, D – Heineken, Robert, Leah, and Todd – Vitamin Water,  ILL Photoz  for taking some snaps, and last but not least – the Shaman Work Staff.  I’d also like to send a special thank you to Julia from adidas HQ for supporting!

About gmoney77

My name is Gerald Watson and I do lifestyle marketing for various companies/agencies. The purpose of this blog is to highlight the people I work with, the work I do as well as the shit I see on the regular.

Posted on June 1, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This is where I live. I want to meet this guy.

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