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Worst HipHop Album Covers Of All Time

We love design here at Wanderset. Aesthetic is everything. So when all of that is missing, we beg to disagree with the legendary Andy Warhol. Art is not “anything you can get away with”. Sometimes shit just sucks, and we love to laugh at it. Now is one of those times. Ladies and Gentleman of the internet, we present the worst hiphop album covers of all time. SWAMP DOGG “If I Ever Kiss It, He Can Kiss It Goodbye”  If Swamp Dog, (who appears to be a Pastor who only airs his sermons on BET at 3 am), ever kisses it, you can bet your sorry ass your girl is ghost. As you weep openly scrolling thru her Facebook pics, just know Swamp Dogg is skeeting all over her room. He is the captain now.  He will be surrounded by your girl’s mouth (see; above), and she will be…

Views From The Fest: OVO Fashion Pieces

The Weeknd. Rae Sremmurd. Migos. Travis Scott. Cardi B. Playboi Carti. Nelly. French Montana. An olive branch performance from former rival Tory Lanez.  Drake really pulled out all the stops this year. His stage was a smaller version of Toronto’s iconic CN Towers. His presence was even bigger. This year’s OVO Fest, Drake’s annual celebration of his label and his city’s sound and culture, wrapped up late last night in Toronto and we broke down 4 great pieces of fashion from the acts on stage, and show you exactly how to get the look, or the vibe, right here on Wanderset. The Majid Jordan Majid Jordan typically exists somewhere between Normcore and Lad Fashion. The track suits, baggy hoodies, plain fitted denim jackets and intricate, yet minimalist overall approach. At the show, a retro Kappa tracksuit featured. The Kappa tracksuit has been a really hot revivalist item lately, and…

2018 Is Actually 1992. Here’s Why.

Wanderset Breaks Down Why 2017 Feels Alot Like 92-97, And Explores The Theory That Everything Repeats Itself On A 20-25 Year Grid.  When I was 17 I used to skip class in New Haven, CT and go hang on the green or at pubs in the Arts District a ton. I used to have conversations with bums, doctors, gangsters and Yale students alike. It expanded me. To be honest, my class cutting adventures are probably the reason I do anything I do now. It was a period of huge growth. Ironically, the hobos would say the most expansive things. There was this one cat, who they called “Money” (the proverbial they stay giving out ironic names, fa sho’) who told me this theory about how culture in general was on a 20-25 year cycle. Music and fashion all took two decades to circle. Nothing proves Money was actually money on…