It’s always good when you get to recognize a special talent as a friend of the program.  While  YMCMB family member Flow (aka Wolf) was taking care of business here in Oakland we spent a lot of time getting to know more about him and soaking up that Louisiana culture.

We got to get a strong sense of Flow’s grind and it’s easy to understand how he’s been able to take advantage of his opportunities for success.  Currently Flow is featured on, future Hall of Famer, Lil Wayne’sOff Day” with 2 more features slated for the highly anticipated Carter V album, “No Brainer” and “Murda”.

While Flow continues to push his music to the next level the Young Money rapper continues to rack up his features, promote his latest mixtape “Withdrawals“, represent his YGM team and work on his upcoming project “Wolf 2”.

Flow is pictured here in our 3M Urban Survival crew neck sweatshirt and Survival Watchcap.  Evolve Trends and Stay Crafted with Precision.

Photography: Marwaun Brooks


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