Host and NBA superstar Baron Davis profiles the athletes, musicians, celebrities, designers, influencers and street-style icons who are setting a stylish new standard for today's man. From Jason Lee's love of custom motorcycles to Mr. Cartoon's astonishing tattoos. From John Varvatos' rock and roll clothing line to Marcus Samuelsson's brand new restaurant. They all share one thing in common: a passion for expressing themselves through personal style.
Runtime: 30 minutes
How I Rock It - How I Got Over (album) - Netflix
How I Got Over is the ninth studio album by American hip hop band The Roots, released June 22, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings. It was produced primarily by band members Black Thought, Questlove, Dice Raw, and Rick Friedrich. The album has a subtle, somber sound and features lyrics concerning themes of existentialism, perseverance, and modern society. A hip hop album, its music also draws on indie rock, soul, funk, gospel, and neo soul styles. The album debuted at number six on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 51,000 copies in its first week. How I Got Over received universal acclaim from music critics, several of whom named it one of the best albums of 2010.
How I Rock It - Background - Netflix
In 2008, The Roots stated that their final album would be Rising Down (2008), until drummer and producer for The Roots, Questlove, stated via his Twitter account that the band would release an album called How I Got Over in the summer. How I Got Over was recorded during The Roots' tenure as the house band for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. It was recorded in sessions at several Philadelphia studios—A House Called Quest, Fruity Loops, The Boom Room, and The Studio—and at MSR Studios in New York City. The album was set to be released in February 2010, but was subsequently pushed back to June 8, 2010. Their ninth album, it was released June 22, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings.
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