April 24, 2011


Dear friends,

I will no longer be updating this blog. From now on, everything I do can be found here. I may be a traitor since I've switched over to Tumblr, but it's just been more convenient lately. Thanks for all the love over the past year. I appreciate it all. I hope you will all continue following me on my journey.

Thank you.

-Adam 'Duma' Elramly

April 5, 2011


I feel sorry for all the poor blokes that missed out on Guerilla Union's 6th Annual Paid Dues Festival this year. A great day of Hip-Hop and breezy Southern California weather, and after it all, I just had two words to say - BLACK STAR.

The crowd during Binary Star.

My homie MC Futuristic stays on the grind. Check out his music. It's fresh.

Mistah FAB wearing a Hiero tee, representing for Oakland and the whole Bay Area.


This is my good friend Mondo from the one and only Matt and Mondo's Punk Rock Power Hour. We talked about girls and Pokemon. I'm serious.

I like this picture a lot. Visionaries onstage.

P.O.S. is not a piece of shit at all. He's actually a really nice guy and is great at what he does. One of my favorites for sure.

Met this dude with a cool Supreme cap and I snapped a pic.

Security guards and Scarub (Living Legends/Afro Classics).

I ate here. The food wasn't great, but the stand looked cool.

Rawth (Asher Roth and Nottz) on the main stage with this sunset. Until next time.

April 4, 2011


I've been thinking about NYC a lot lately. This is one of the only pictures I have of myself in the city and it represents a lot to me. I made one of my dreams come true on my own. After I got back, I was fully convinced that really anything is possible. Hope can go a long way. Dream, focus, and attain.

March 19, 2011


SUPPORT THE HOMIES is tonight March 19 at the DYNT Gallery. Rain or shine! We’ll have limited quantities of our shirts and sweaters for sale tonight, alongside product from our friends DYNT, BBi, Labels, TDL, and Michael Morales. The event starts at 6PM, but the shop will be open at 11:30AM. So if you can’t make it tonight, you can still stop by and pick up some new DYNT product or something fresh from the brands participating in the Pop-up shop.

Props to Mateo(DYNT) for putting together this video!

DYNT Gallery
211 W. Emporia St. Unit#203
Ontario, CA 91762


March 8, 2011


Jim Greco. I looked up to this guy growing up, and pretty much anyone else from Piss Drunx. Not their personal lifestyles, just the skateboarding and the way they carried themselves. I loved their fuck-it attitude. It had a strong influence on me when I was developing my own style. Their creativity helped me see skateboarding in a way that was unconventional to some, but I liked it. I even did my best to dress like him too. Anything Reynolds or Greco wore in Baker2G, I tried to copy. White dress shirts? Never bought any, but I found enough in my closet to wear almost everyday. Ripped jeans? Duh. Emerica's? Why would I wear anything else on my feet!? Trucker hats? Yup! Oh, I even had his Krew sunglasses. Ask anyone I went to high school with, they'll tell you!

I'd do anything to relive those days.

March 4, 2011


Introducing the first ETRNLST sweatshirt release, the Classic Crew. This crewneck comes in two different colorways in sizes S to XL. It will be available in our online store this afternoon at 12pm (3pm for our homies on the East Coast).

Photos by Marat Shaya
Model: Joon Speaks

February 24, 2011


If you haven't figured it out yet, this blog is for the things I do, people I know, and stuff I like. My good friend Cameron Aiken is showcasing some of his work tomorrow night at Interstellar Overdrive at the Active Rideshop in Rancho Cucamonga.

 (I didn't take this picture)

I've known Cameron since my freshman year of high school, back when all we talked or cared about was music, skateboarding, and playing guitar. It feels great seeing someone I've known for so long on the come up doing something they love. This is what inspires and motivates me. Thank you, Cam!

Hope to see you guys tomorrow night at the show!

Active Rideshop
10399 Foothill Blvd Ste A
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
February 25

February 19, 2011


Yeah, I know, it's been a while, and I'm gonna do my best to update this blog more often. So what better way to get back into it than with my big brother MC Prototype's new music video!

"Chasing Dreams" was filmed and directed by Original Knockoff, the same team that brought you Pro's last video. The song and video features an all-star cast of players: CookBook of LA Symphony produced the track, DJ Nickyboi(Surf Ninjas Crew) provided the cuts, Brett Woods, who also sang on "She Is" off The Ones Overlooked, and a true living legend(literally!) Scarub of the Living Legends and Afro Classics.

Conscious of the mixtape-driven industry, MC Prototype is redefining the limitations of traditional Hip-Hop songs. By teaming up with a nonprofit organization, "Chasing Dreams" is more than just a single, it's a campaign and a movement for hope. More info will be announced soon on Pro's site. For now, enjoy the video, leave comments, and take something away from this song.

One last thing... Pro is wearing the ETRNLST drip tee in the video! I can't even begin to explain how cool that is. I'm honored and thankful to know such amazing people.

January 15, 2011


I'm going to be in Los Angeles this afternoon at Shayan Afshar's shop for the release of Levi Maestro's Black Infinity Piece. I've been following and supporting Maestro's work for a little over a year now, and aside from the Maestro Knows episodes, the Infinity Piece is some of his best work yet. Not only based on its design, but what it represents.

At first glance, the Infinity Piece looks like a watch, but it doesn't actually tell time. It serves as a reminder that time is not a factor when you're doing what you love. Good work, Maestro.

Black Infinity Piece Release info:
Shayan Afshar Co
625 S Hill St
LA, CA 90014
(213) 627-1271