Cam’ron, JuJu And A$AP Mob Rep Harlem In GQ

harlem shcuffle in gq magazineHarlem takes center stage in GQ’s latest issue. In “Harlem Reshuffled” the magazine sheds light on some of the borough’s shining stars in hip-hop and pop culture including A$AP Mob and Cam’ron.

For the style shoot A$AP Mob got the chance to show off their modeling skills at the famed Apollo Theatre. Sporting stripes, sports jackets and t-shirts, the young crew demonstrated the versatility of their city’s unique style.

Here’s a tease from the story:

Ever since Duke Ellington first tickled the ivories north of 110th Street, Harlem has been one of the liveliest neighborhoods in New York. And now it’s on a whole new creative streak: Artists are setting up shop, restaurants are popping up faster than you can do the Harlem Shake, and bands—hip-hop, jazz, rock—play at more than just the Apollo. Our favorite locals – including the A$AP mob, Cam’ron, Jon Batiste, Thomas Bartlett, the Shambles butchers, and the cofounders of Lennox Coffee – suit up and take us on a tour of the new uptown.

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.” – A$AP Rocky

– See more at: http://bossip.com/990670/camron-and-asap-mob-gq-magazine/#sthash.9jrMq8xb.dpuf

Here’s a tease from the story:

Ever since Duke Ellington first tickled the ivories north of 110th Street, Harlem has been one of the liveliest neighborhoods in New York. And now it’s on a whole new creative streak: Artists are setting up shop, restaurants are popping up faster than you can do the Harlem Shake, and bands—hip-hop, jazz, rock—play at more than just the Apollo. Our favorite locals – including the A$AP mob, Cam’ron, Jon Batiste, Thomas Bartlett, the Shambles butchers, and the cofounders of Lennox Coffee – suit up and take us on a tour of the new uptown.

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.” – A$AP Rocky

Cam'ron Ju Ju

Cam’ron and JuJu also make an appearance.

We gotta keep it 100 tho! The realest thing about the GQ piece on Harlem is that it’s just as gentrified as the neighborhood…

– See more at: http://bossip.com/990670/camron-and-asap-mob-gq-magazine/#sthash.9jrMq8xb.dpuf

Here’s a tease from the story:

Ever since Duke Ellington first tickled the ivories north of 110th Street, Harlem has been one of the liveliest neighborhoods in New York. And now it’s on a whole new creative streak: Artists are setting up shop, restaurants are popping up faster than you can do the Harlem Shake, and bands—hip-hop, jazz, rock—play at more than just the Apollo. Our favorite locals – including the A$AP mob, Cam’ron, Jon Batiste, Thomas Bartlett, the Shambles butchers, and the cofounders of Lennox Coffee – suit up and take us on a tour of the new uptown.

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.” – A$AP Rocky

– See more at: http://bossip.com/990670/camron-and-asap-mob-gq-magazine/#sthash.9jrMq8xb.dpuf

Here’s a tease from the story:

Ever since Duke Ellington first tickled the ivories north of 110th Street, Harlem has been one of the liveliest neighborhoods in New York. And now it’s on a whole new creative streak: Artists are setting up shop, restaurants are popping up faster than you can do the Harlem Shake, and bands—hip-hop, jazz, rock—play at more than just the Apollo. Our favorite locals – including the A$AP mob, Cam’ron, Jon Batiste, Thomas Bartlett, the Shambles butchers, and the cofounders of Lennox Coffee – suit up and take us on a tour of the new uptown.

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.” – A$AP Rocky

– See more at: http://bossip.com/990670/camron-and-asap-mob-gq-magazine/#sthash.9jrMq8xb.dpuf

Here’s a tease from the story:

Ever since Duke Ellington first tickled the ivories north of 110th Street, Harlem has been one of the liveliest neighborhoods in New York. And now it’s on a whole new creative streak: Artists are setting up shop, restaurants are popping up faster than you can do the Harlem Shake, and bands—hip-hop, jazz, rock—play at more than just the Apollo. Our favorite locals – including the A$AP mob, Cam’ron, Jon Batiste, Thomas Bartlett, the Shambles butchers, and the cofounders of Lennox Coffee – suit up and take us on a tour of the new uptown.

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.” – A$AP Rocky

– See more at: http://bossip.com/990670/camron-and-asap-mob-gq-magazine/#sthash.9jrMq8xb.dpuf

“Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz,” said Rocky. “I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown.”

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GQ caught up with Killa Cam and his girl JuJu at Ginny’s Supper Club for the shoot. Dressed in a double-breasted suit Cam still manages to keep it hood.

The rap vet made it into the magazine July issue thanks to his reemerging career. GQ said “his career’s been resurgent since he got with JuJu and started posting their sexed-up antics online.”

[GQ]

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