“It’s like it is the soundtrack to his life, sh*t crazy…”– words rendered by featured artist Corey D.
The wound is still open in the Hollis,Queens neighborhood in what is considered “Northside” Queens in the Southeast district of New York, regarding the death of Zanu Simpson aka #ZdaGreat a popular athlete/barber who was kilt in a senseless act of violence on July 25 2017 in the wee hours of the morning following a party at popular bar and grill called Breezes on the Conduit in Rosedale by the highway… well that’s what the streets are saying but one continues to wonder… WHY? What could have possibly led the killer to wanna pull the trigger… was it fear? was it premediated? was it revenge? We will never know until the light is shown… what sits in the dark eventually reaches SUNLIGHT… #staytune
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Fashion is what you make it, is what I’ve always believed; and this picture above speaks volumes to that idealogy.
Touch Money Management is an idea to elevate self beyond the constraints of “poverty”. In order to Touch Money, one must first have the mindset to “get money”. The new urban apparel entitled #TouchMoneyManagement or #TMM represents Northside Queens off of the Murdock side… You can follow these individuals for more details @touch_money_andmanageit
The streets say there’s a stigma attached to the infamous Daniel O’Connell Park (featured in 1998’s film BELLY)located on Murdock Ave between 196 and 197th streets in Saint Albans, Queens. However stereotypical it may be there’s one thing that can’t be denied, OCP produces talent on the COURT!
International Champion star Ramon Clemente aka Air Moncho is a prime example of that remarkable talent. Ramon Clemente is what you would call Top of the Food chain in the international basketball community.
Ramon Clemente is one of the best players in the international league, goes by the sports nickname Air Moncho for how effortlessly he glides throught the air to deliver the ball to the hoop over his opponents. This past summer right before he left for his new season, Ramon hosted for the 2ND year in a row his #AirMoncho tour which caters to the innercity youth from his surrounding neighborhoods in northside Queens, New York. Pictured above are shots from the amazing turnout! Children of all different ages ranging from 6-18 years old came through for Clemente’s extensive basketball lessons on the court. There was music provided by ole school DJ Hollywood, free school supplies available to those who attended, free food and drinks for the children as well as adults.
Owner of urbanwear/menswear NoodleCupGang, Ramon Clemente is also a graduate of Witchta State University.
You can stay up to date with him on instagram/ramonclemente and visit