brick is a biannual hip hop magazine and an intelligent union between fashion and music. it represents the new age of hip-hop culture.



Hip hop mag, Brick returns with another rock solid issue. In this one,  JPEGMAFIA (Peggy) discusses his time in the US Air Force and his morals; the amazing Kamasi Washington on community, his education and the history of music; and Sheck Wes on his time in Senegal and his online presence. There’s also essays about De La Soul, and the grime scene in Birmingham, as well profiles and pieces on the musical chameleon, Dev Hynes, Duckwrth, Bishop Nehru and Risky Roadz amongst others.

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we welcome Brick back to the roster following the very popular 4th issue that came to us earlier in the year. In this issue American rapper Waka Flocka talks about cryptocurrencies, morality and having children; a fascinating photo essay and diary by the creative director of distribution and marketing company anon*’s Ross Westland who shares polaroids of events and gigs by Ghostface Killah, Joey Badass, N.E.R.D and more. There’s also interviews and features on Brockhampton; 2 Chainz; 070 Shake; Chynna; Todd Darling and much more. Another effortlessly cool issue.

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issue 4 of Brick features SZA, Playboi Carti and Jorja Smith as its cover stars. included elsewhere in its mammoth 244 pages are interviews with Jeezy, Tank & The Bangas, MIKE, and Daniel Caesar in conversation with Alex Sowinski of BadBadNotGood. there’s also a look into the archives of legendary L.A. photographer Estevan Oriol, and Big Shaq’s first editorial fashion shoot.
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