After a lot of procrastination and multi-tasking on our end, the first of the Scope Summer 2012 Collection is ready. Why the delay? We have needed all hands on deck to promote this Last Poets Show we have going down this week Saturday June 16 at Hibernian Hall. It will be a historic night for … Continue reading
True East Entertainment are just electrifying. These young performers know how to put on a show. If your not hip, well then you NEEd to be. Check this video out!
Society Original Products teamed up with English High School in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. With a $20,000 grant from Parsons Brinckerhoff, Society we’re able to design and customize the uniforms for English High School’s 2011-2012 school year. The official school apparel will include cardigans, V-neck sweaters, vests, and collared shirts. Shout out to Brendan and the … Continue reading
In Honor of El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz aka Malcolm X aka Detroit Red aka Malcolm Little’s birthday, Scope is proud to present ‘X’ and ‘King’ revisited, a collaboration with legendary comic book inker and artist Rob Stull. These shirts, based off of pieces originally created in 1990 and revised over the last year are dedicated to … Continue reading
Edo. G comes out with a new video entitled, “Stop It” directed by Jon Wolf and produced by Max Malone. Termanology makes an appearance in this video wearing Scope Urban Apparel‘s popular I HATE BOSTON HATERS tee shirt. Big shout out to Edo. G!
Metal of True East Ent. krumps to CatchWreck‘s “1Tyme4UrMynd.”
New Video from Rey Leon “King’s conflict” ft. Tarzan. Stay tuned for “The Pledge” LP – coming soon.
Big shout out to Alex Fatt for giving Scope Urban Apparel a dope drop!
Shout out to Sojones.com for the Scope Streetwear Spotlight. Many times we get asked: “What does it take to be featured in the weekly Streetwear Spotlight section?” Well, one of the main factors depends on how much variety is in your initial collection. Jeremy Rodriguez blew SoJones.com away with his first collection by offering up … Continue reading
Apparently, last nights show at the Wonder Bar was Black Milk‘s first in Boston. Hopefully it wont be his last. Him and Moe Pope killed their respective sets and the crowd was live. More photos on the Scope facebook fan page.