If you thought Kanye was fashion royalty, sit down and hear some stories from Theophilus London if you can ever find 5 minutes with him. The Hip-Hop artist who has phenomenal Pop crossover appeal, was invited by Karl Lagerfield to Coco Chanel’s house to kick it before Kanye, Drake, and Rihanna made it cool. Lagerfield went on to shoot the cover art for the “Tribes” single as well as the art for London’s upcoming VIBES! album. You can hear the first body moving single, produced by Brodinski, which features NY’s Jesse Boykins III below.


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Bryan Hahn is wondering if “Tribes” would be London’s theme song if he had a gang in Warriors. He’s on Twitter (@notupstate).

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