"Bury Me With The Lo On" Mark Its Re-release With a New Lo Life Documentary

Featuring previously unreleased Lo Life footage.

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It was recently announced that Bury Me With The Lo On – Victory Journal‘s book exploring how a group of kids from 1980s-era Brooklyn influenced mainstream hip-hop and shaped a movement of Polo Ralph Lauren fans — was getting a re-release.

The book, which sold out in just three days last time, features never-before-seen archival photos, new portraits and added insights that are exclusive to the release.

To celebrate the recent drop, the book’s creators, photographer Tom Gould and Lo Life founder/rapper Thirstin’ Howl the 3rd, have unveiled an archival documentary featuring previously unreleased Lo Life footage from the late ’80s/early ’90s. Watch the documentary above and pre-order  the re-released book now.

For more books, take a look at Transmission, a book examining A.P.C. and the story behind the Parisian label.

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