I’m always talking about Rich Medina and Jump N Funk, but what exactly is it?
And although I’m sure that I’ve explained the concept, the written word fails to do it justice.
So this weekend, I decided to shoot a few videos to highlight exactly what JNF is.
Friday night, in the midst of the storm, I made my way down to Philadelphia to Fluid, where Rich Medina, Mark Hines and 101 Apparel were putting it down.
101 Apparel is a clothing line that collaborates with DJs to create custom t-shirt lines.
As their website puts it “101 Apparel was created by designer Eric Crandell in 2006 as a way to seamlessly bridge the gap between art, music, and fashion.”
Friday, night, Rich decided to big them up at Jump N Funk to acknowledge the collabo.
But I’m not going to blather on.
Today, I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
Here’s a clip of 101 Apparel’s branding incorporated into the visuals for the night.
Rich Medina and Mark Hines at work.
The Roots crew reinterpreted by Visualeyz.
It’s not a party without a Soul Train line!
To recap, Jump N Funk+Visualeyz+101 Apparel+Fluid=banging party!
So the next time I tell you that there’s a Jump N Funk party going down somewhere, make it your business to be in the cut to experience this flyness for yourself!
If you’re interested in copping that Rich Medina 101 Apparel collectible, you can get it here.
If you want to learn more about Visualeyz, you can check out their site here.
To find out when Jump N Funk will be in a city near you, go here.