I’m deeply ashamed to admit that I have never heart about Cooper Latimer’s full length before, but luckily Leon Rudolph is always down to share his discoveries with me. Thus, Sleepy House is definitely an interesting underground project that throws you back in time accompanied by a soundtrack that makes real hip hop fans go crazy.
Featuring Ryan Snobbs, Henry Palmieri, Matt Western, Darreck Burns, Dillan Conniff, Austin Siegel, Donta Hill, Mason Silva, Max Klein, Khadar, Thomas Leurentop, Derricke Nua, Michael Sasu, Zach Carlson, Jamal Gibbs, Jacob Garrity, David Serrano, Cooper Latimer, Blake Doyle, Etienne Forte, Ish Lipman, Lawson Bayne, Desi Perez, Jack McNulty, Brady Sullivan, Nate Sells, Kendall, Tinky, Frankie Decker and Todd Midler.
Element Skateboards’ newest video production includes more or less the whole global team, but still, there is one guy who dares to outshine them all. If you listen carefully you can already hear some voices calling Evan Smith for the next SOTY…
Featuring Brandon Westgate, Nyjah Huston, Madars Apse, Mark Appleyard, Ray Barbee, Nick Garcia, Julian Davidson, Jarne Verbruggen, Dennis Durrant, Alex Lawton, Sascha Daley, Nathan Jackson, Tom Schaar, Greyson Fletcher, Nassim Guammaz, Tyson Peterson, Dominick Walker, Jacopo Carozzi, Jaako Ojanen, Chris Colbourn, Ethan Loy, Mason Silva, Chad Tim Tim, Levi Brown and Evan Smith.
Element once was one of the first brands to do a “real” European team, what I mean by real is they gave out Euro pro boards, had their own videos with their own distinct vibe. At one moment the European version of Element was arguably sicker than the US one. They also where one of the first to bring together the EU guys with the US guys, breaking that weird boundary that was once there. This new edit features some of the best from both worlds edited by the renowned French Fred, Jarne opens the video in his own way and Jacopo Carozzi closes the thing by adding his youthfull flavor to the team. Enjoy!