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Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24799
Description: FUBU instore promotion - Items from the FUBU "Fat Albert" line on display.
Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24791
Description: FUBU instore promotion.
Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24792
Description: FUBU instore promotion - from left: J. Alexander Martin, unknown woman, Carl Brown, and Keith Perrin.
Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24823
Description: FUBU owners J. Alexander Martin, Carl Brown, and Keith Perrin sign poster during an instore promotion - Items from the FUBU "Fat Albert" line on display.
Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24831
Description: Keith Perrin, LL Cool J, and Daymond John.
Authors: Keith Perrin
Date: Circa 1998
Type: Color photograph
Identifier: aql:24821
Description: On set during promotions for - FB Entertainment Presents: The Good Life. (Maybe in BET studio)
Date: Time Period: 1997 - 1998
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24780
Description: FUBU first got its clothing into a small store on Jamaica Avenue (in Jamaica, Queens) called Montego Bay. It was their first introduction to having their clothes in stores. They were then able to get ... More
Date: Time Period: 1997 - 1998
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24830
Description: FUBU had many clothing contemporaries such as Mecca, Enyce, 1020 Blues, Cross Colours and Russell Simmons' Phat Farm. The founders knew their biggest challenge was to get their clothing in department ... More
Date: Time Period: 1995 - 2015
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24784
Description: Keith Perrin talks about the places he's lived in the past couple of years. He had moved upstate to a beautiful house to be at peace, but it was too far from his workplace to travel every day. He live ... More
Date: Time Period: 1995 - 1999
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24803
Description: In 1999 Keith Perrin traveled to Japan to promote the opening of a new FUBU store. It was a surprise to see how everyone in Japan dressed like he did and how huge hip-hop was there. It was a feeling o ... More
Authors: Antonio Moore
Date: 1995
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:20033
Description: This image was created for Tony Moore's website to tell his history as an artist. It shows the previous recording labels he worked for, such as Motown and Columbia.
Authors: Antonio Moore
Date: 1995
Type: Color photographs
Identifier: aql:20024
Description: DJ Cipher Sounds with turntables & sound equipment in 1995.
Date: Time Period: 1992 - 2000
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:24794
Description: FUBU came out at the same time that a lot of famous artists were starting out. While the FUBU founders weren't rap artists, they were part of the same generation. Keith Perrin also talks about the par ... More
Date: Time Period: 1990s
Subject: Hip-hop | Families
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:22151
Description: Mr. Cheeks talks about growing up in Queens, listening to wide variety of different music and how he was able to obtain new music. Mr. Cheeks grew up in a single parent family with his mother and with ... More
Date: Time Period: 1990s
Subject: Hip-hop | Rap (Music)
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:22112
Description: Mr. Cheeks talks about how he got started into rapping and who influenced him to be a rapper. Mr. Cheeks says that he was taught how to rap by his older cousin and talks about people who he has collab ... More