When my copy of Aggro Rag showed up at my door step. I was truly honored that Mike Daily himself contacted me about doing a review of #13. I didn't know what to expect but I knew I was in for a treat. Ever since the release I have been seeing photos of it posted up on the Internet. Promotion of Aggro Rag 13 The Hip Hop edition had begun.
I open it up and all of a sudden I was transported back to 1985 when I had started riding the very first time. I got the same feeling that I used to get when reading a Freestylin Mag. Its full of interviews of the riders that I grew up with back in the day. It was very nice to add to my collection of BMX history. One of the first things I noticed was the signatures. I kept looking at them and was in total marvel that each rider had taken the time to sign a page. That gave it a very personal touch and made this zine that much more special. If you are a rider, young or older, there is something in #13 for you. For the younger riders, you will get an up close look into the past and see how things have changed over the years. For the older riders, you will get a chance to see whats going on with some of your favorite riders from back in the day.
Since this is the Hip Hop Edition there are some great articles on some Hip Hop Artists that you may or may not be familiar with, such as Aesop Rock, Dark Time Sunshine and Death Grips. I have linked each artist to one of their You Tube Videos for you to check out some new music. You will even find a freestyle rap done by DMC aka Dennis McCoy.
This is a must have for everyone to add to their collection. So here is how you get it!
Cost per copy is $10 shipped1st Class to U.S.
Cost per copy is $11.50 shipped1st Class International to Canada and Mexico.
Cost per copy is $13 shipped1st Class International to Worldwide.