For his latest track/video titled “Japan Style” Thirstin Howl the 3rd teams up with the polo king of Japan Dak-Lo. The hard hitting track brings nothing but that pure uncut style we have always loved from the Lo Life general. The visuals shot on the streets of Tokyo displays crazy Polo styles from the Japanese Lo-Life chapter while spitting fresh heat. The video was filmed while on an international speaking tour promoting his book, Bury Me With The Lo On (co-authored by Tom Gould and released by Victory Journal). Speaking on the experience Howl commented that “the style and fashion over there is just like New York, done to perfection and passed down to the children.”
This is off the latest album Skillmatic which includes collabos with Prodigy (Mobb Deep), Sticky Fingaz (Onyx), U.G. (Cella Dwellas), Shabaam Sahdeeq, Meyhem Lauren, Spit Gemz, Rack Lo among others.
Also recently released was The 2nd edition of Howl’s coffee table book (co-authored by Future/Joey Bada$$ video director Tom Gould) Bury Me With The Lo On which immediately sold out of it’s 2nd edition.
In addition to his work emceeing and as an author this year Howl has also been directing several film features and documentaries. A few of these will be premiered at the forthcoming Love And Loyalty Weekend, an annual music and film festival that Howl and Lo Life Miami throw in December at the world famous Art Basel in Miami. This year’s event will take place on December 8th through the 10th at Grandma’s House (84 NW 26 Street) in the heart of the action.
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