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Apr 5 - Pharrell Williams Launches Ice Cream Skateboarding Team


 


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 14 years ago '05        #1
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Apr 5 - Pharrell Williams Launches Ice Cream Skateboarding Team
 

 
Pharrell Williams recently launched The Ice Cream skate team, lead by professional skateboarder Terry Kennedy.

According to an article published on expn.com, a sister site to television network ESPN that covers extreme sports, Williams snagged five amateurs who will tour the country for seven months with Kennedy.

The team will scout talent and film tricks for an upcoming DVD/Combo, which will be released in the fall.

Williams’ younger brother, Kato Williams is one of the team members, which rounded out by Terrell Robinson, Kevin Booker, Jacob Walder and Jimmy Gorecki.

"You get these hungry ams off the street and you show them they can make something of themselves and that's what Ice Cream is all about," Williams told expn.com. "I want these skaters to get recognition for shredding and to show that what they are doing is a beautiful thing to aspire to."


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53 comments for "Apr 5 - Pharrell Williams Launches Ice Cream Skateboarding Team"

 04-05-2005, 02:38 PM         #2
MiamiBoy 
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Lmao...

 04-05-2005, 02:49 PM         #3
oK.Player 
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why you laughing homie... skating and hip hop are embedded into each other like jewlrey in metals... get the fu*k out of here with that sh*t

 04-05-2005, 02:52 PM         #4
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^true^

 04-05-2005, 02:53 PM         #5
khalsa 
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skating & hiphop....hmm....no, i dont think so.

 04-05-2005, 04:38 PM         #6
oK.Player 
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 khalsa said
skating & hiphop....hmm....no, i dont think so.
Then what you think means sh*t

 04-05-2005, 05:07 PM         #7
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these cats must not even know what hiphop is. Skating and Hip-hop go hand and fu*kin hand. its funny how some people think theyre heads when they don't know the first thing about putting down a verse, b-boyin, graffitti, skating.. go to the classroom before you start posting here kids

 14 years ago '04        #8
MeNaCe42 
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Is that Compton Terry from Bams show.

 04-05-2005, 09:03 PM         #9
oK.Player 
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 keroZENE said
these cats must not even know what hiphop is. Skating and Hip-hop go hand and fu*kin hand. its funny how some people think theyre heads when they don't know the first thing about putting down a verse, b-boyin, graffitti, skating.. go to the classroom before you start posting here kids
Thats right kids dont play the game if you dont know the basics...

 14 years ago '04        #10
SeanP 2 heat pts
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Hip-Hop and Skating go hand in hand?...riiiiiight?...like white folks and Jheri Curls?

Can you PLEASE explain to me how Hip-Hop and skateboarding go hand in hand?
Did Africa Bambatta skateboard? Is skateboarding one of the four elements? Was Tony Hawk a B-Boy? Does he have a mixtape out? Does Bucky Lasek bomb trains? Did I miss something?

 04-05-2005, 10:04 PM         #11
king nicky t 
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damn u guys are hella ignorant, have u ever seen a skate video? have u ever stepped away from your freakin computers? sh*t i live in LA and everyday young n*gga cats are skippin school with their boomboxes n sh*t doin hella skate tricks. theyre damn good too and htey listenin to RAP

 14 years ago '04        #12
SeanP 2 heat pts
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LOL...Young n*gga cats? Boomboxes?...Where do you live? LA? as in Los Angeles or Louisiana? Next thing you'll be sayin' Pac got a CD called "Strictly for My Skaters"

 14 years ago '04        #13
nat1ve 
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^^^ Rofl!!!!

 14 years ago '04        #14
Arme 
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young n*gga cats ROFL hahaaaaaaa

 04-05-2005, 11:09 PM         #15
oK.Player 
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 SeanP said
LOL...Young n*gga cats? Boomboxes?...Where do you live? LA? as in Los Angeles or Louisiana? Next thing you'll be sayin' Pac got a CD called "Strictly for My Skaters"

lol you dont know sh*t...

 14 years ago '04        #16
SeanP 2 heat pts
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where you from again? Des Moines? Iowa?....ok player!....lol

Seriously tho....somebody explain the Hip_Hop/Skateboarding connection...'cuz like Christopher Reeves gettin' a lapdance....I ain't feelin' it...

Skate Rap crossover CD's we'd love to see...

NWH... n*ggaz With Half-pipes
50 shinsplints... Get a Ollie Kickflip Front Side 180 or Die Tryin'

 04-06-2005, 01:16 AM         #17
keroZENE 
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I think I see the problem, you don't listen to hip-hop, you listen to hip-pop..

 04-06-2005, 02:23 AM         #18
king nicky t 
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 SeanP said
LOL...Young n*gga cats? Boomboxes?...Where do you live? LA? as in Los Angeles or Louisiana? Next thing you'll be sayin' Pac got a CD called "Strictly for My Skaters"

yah f*g i go to school here LOS ANGELES south of vermont street pull your damn mapquest up and figure it out. Im sorry but these kids cant afford IPODs so yes, they are using boomboxes and they are skating, they are all black and mexican and they pull some sick tricks. i guess you havent heard of kareem campbell, pro skater with city stars from harlem. Not all skating is punk music dumbass, just like anything else around this country your culture is what you come up with and their aint no rule that these young guys gotta listen to such and such music. Ignorant people think the only world is their world and nothing more. sh*t, your sig is sooo fitting..."stupidity is not a crime, so move along" which is what im about to do in response to yours, later.

 14 years ago '04        #19
peto 
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either way its a good thing, best of luck to him and those guys

 14 years ago '04        #20
SeanP 2 heat pts
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ooookay so where you live blacks and mexicans (young n*gga cats) skateboard?...with boomboxes? (I'm not even gonna ask where can you even BUY a "boombox" in 2005) i don't doubt that.

Do they gangbang too?

Just 'cuz a couple of (young n*gga cats) skate and listen to rap on a boombox doesn't mean Hip-Hop and Skating go hand in hand. That's just marketing T! Just another way to r*pe REAL HIP-HOP.

More Skate Rap...
Tony Hawk & Juvenile - "900 Degrees to a Indy Grab"

 04-06-2005, 11:56 AM         #21
oK.Player 
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STL im not from iowa its where i live...... and if you dont know ok.player and whats really good with it then you dont need 2 be posting about real hip hop at all.... and you if you really want to feel foolish go pick up Street Prophetz the dvd then you can kiss my a*s bi*ch.......... AND SKATING IS BECOMING ONE OF THE ELEMENTS SO YOU CAN SHAKE THAT sh*t OFF 2 ..... ONE

 04-06-2005, 11:58 AM         #22
oK.Player 
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and when the fu*k has hip hop been about race

 14 years ago '04        #23
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Let me settle this.. back when hiphop was first emerging there was overlap between graf artists, bboys, and skaters, and MCs. They all came out of the anti-establishment culture of the late 70s and early 80s. So theres definately some intersection. But no body can deny that skating never realy took off in the minority ghettos. Its an interesting question why it didnt though... Any body got an idea?

 14 years ago '04        #24
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 oK.Player said
and when the fu*k has hip hop been about race
its ALWAYS been about race. You think its a coincidence that minorities created it?

 04-06-2005, 12:30 PM         #25
oK.Player 
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to a certain degree but this cat acts like its the blood and flesh of hip hop

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