The fourth edition of BRICK features SZA, Playboi Carti and Jorja Smith as its cover stars. Included elsewhere in its 244 pages are interviews with Jeezy, Tank & The Bangas, MIKE, and Daniel Caesar in conversation with Alex Sowinski of BadBadNotGood. We also take a look into the archives of legendary L.A. photographer Estevan Oriol, and present Big Shaq’s first editorial fashion shoot.
From the BRICK archives, a very limited number of T-shirts from our Edition 01 Launch Event, produced in collaboration with a number of names*.
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BRICK’s two most recent issues available as a pair.
Edition 03 features Giggs, Kehlani and Lil Yachty on its three covers. Also included in its 244 pages are Danny Brown, Jay Boogie, Denzel Curry, Black Milk and Awful Records.
Edition 04 features SZA, Playboi Carti and Jorja Smith on its three covers, and includes Jeezy, Daniel Caesar, The Heavytrackerz, MIKE and much more across its 244 pages.
BRICK’s third edition features Lil Yachty, Kehlani and Giggs on its three covers. Also included in its 244 pages are features with the likes of Danny Brown, Jay Boogie, Denzel Curry and Black Milk; plus a look into the archives of Jonathan Mannion, original writing from Kojey Radical and an extensive discussion between the members of Awful Records.
Released in June 2016, BRICK’s second edition sits at 244 pages and features A$AP Ferg and Vince Staples on its double cover. There’s features with the likes of Action Bronson, Anderson .Paak, Rich Homie Quan, Goldlink and Letter Racer; plus a tribute to Phife Dawg, a look at hip-hop’s publishing history and a portfolio of Britain’s most exciting young artists.
Released in April 2015, BRICK’s inaugural issue sits at 244 pages and features Wiz Khalifa and ScHoolboy Q on its double cover. There’s features with the likes of Tinashe, Cam’ron, Joey Bada$$, T.I. and YG; plus an interview with Nina Bhadreshwar (Death Row Records) and a look at Mike Lewis’s photographic archives.