The Strength in NUMBERS train keeps rolling as we unveil the latest “variant” album cover to Chops’ massive Asian American hip-hop movement. Today’s artwork — by graphic designer Andre Sibayan — features Los Angeles-based emcee BAMBU. After the jump, bone up on Bambu’s “stats,” and download a high-resolution jpeg of the latest Strength in NUMBERS alternate album cover. Just right-click on the image and save.
FROM: Los Angeles
KNOWN FOR: Repping the people, Native Guns, The Bar, Soul Assassins, LA, and being Filipino as a muhfucka
STRENGTH: Authority, delivery, message, command of rhythm, organizing, mobilizing, backing words with actions
CHOICE LINE from Strength In NUMBERS: “Smuggled out of Southeast Asia inside a tugboat, 5K miles away to an Arabian coast…”
ILLUSTRATION BY: Andre Sibayan coroflot.com/hellodre
Strength In NUMBERS info: CHOPSmusic.com/numbers
Check back with The Nerds of Color on Monday for more Strength in NUMBERS album covers!
- EXCLUSIVE: Strength in NUMBERS Featuring ANN ONE by Jamie Noguchi (thenerdsofcolor.org)
- EXCLUSIVE: Strength in NUMBERS Featuring PERIL-L by Fred Chao (thenerdsofcolor.org)
- Hip-Hop & Comics: The Artists of Chops’ Strength in NUMBERS (thenerdsofcolor.org)
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