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What started as two Brooklyn boosting crews uniting over the love of getting money and Polo Ralph Lauren garments has evolved into one of Hip-Hop’s most thriving sub-cultures. Thirstin Howl the 3rd has released an official Lo Life documentary, Bury Me With The Lo On.

Using vintage footage captured in the late 1980’s and 1990’s, Bury Me With The Lo On tells the story of a brotherhood formed out of staying fresh and survival. Featured are appearances by current and deceased members Thirst has made famous throughout his catalog of music.

The Polorican also narrates the entire story which mostly features the borough of Brooklyn way before gentrification was even a thing. The short film coincides with a second edition release of the Bury Me With The Lo On book which sold out in three days during its original 2016 release.
For any Polo Ralph Lauren enthusiast, this is a must watch. You can view the documentary in its entirety below.

Via Bury Me With The Lo On

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