Crew Love: Dirty Sanchez 47

When thinking about the word "crew" as it relates to hip-hop, many legendary sets come to mind: Roc-A-Fella, Dipset, the Dungeon Family, Death Row, TDE and the prematurely ended Odd Future are just a few examples.

With the 2011 debut of Pro Era, a collective of young & conscious-minded Brooklyn emcees spearheaded by Joey Bada$$, rap fans got to tap into their third eyes from the perspective of a handful of talented lyricists. Dirty Sanchez was one of the standout players, and now he's branched out on his own terms with 47 Records and keeping the memory of founding member Capital STEEZ alive today with fresh bars and an even fresher style.

 

Always repping "47" as a tribute to losing STEEZ in such a tragic way, Sanchez embodies a rap style that would've fit perfectly within the '90s rap era of New York City. While boom-bap influences his production heavily, that isn't to say he's stuck in the past; his recent collaborative project with fellow member Rokamouth titled Don't Talk To Me gives you eight tracks with a variety of flows. He manages to stay fly in the process too, whether rocking one of our LF Logo 59FIFTY New Era fitted caps or the full Saints & Sinners "Fire Water" nylon track jacket and matching track pants set in a recent music video. Steez, indeed. 

Peep more moments of Dirty Sanchez rocking his Lafayette gear below:  

 

 

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