+Watches and Hip Hop+

The watches part of the music culture, as it was highly used on rapper’s lyric. Although Rolex is not part of the Trinity, they really a symbol of success, it’s really a truly iconic watch, and it’s just truly an amazing watch. gift.

In terms of social status at some point watches is really showing your character as well, on showing the rate of success you’re. People like Jay Z known to be as one of the collectors as well. With the help of the blog likeĀ genius.comĀ I got the lyrics mentioning those watches. One of my favourite line is “Rollies don’t tic toc, and actually that’s one of the way of recognising the character of the real Rolex. But I personally interested with such a unique watch, that produced by the company like Bamford Watch Department, because you can put a lot of characters to your own watch.

What I don’t really like is when someone really buys them out, without realising the beauty of the watch. I do understand that they’re a tool to showcase your success rate and your social status. But to be honest, a lot of those people who build the watch is really taking time to build the mechanical parts. I’m also learning for the depths of those watches because I’m not an expert, but if you love to read a lot of articles, you can check HODINKEE. That blog is my favourite watch blog.

Ball so hard, got a broke clock, Rollies that don’t tick tock
Audemars that’s losing time, hidden behind all these big rocks

Cartier glasses, Cartier belt
Cartier watch, tell me time somewhere else
Like Germany Sweden and Serbia
Nigga, one, two birds and I’m servin? ya

That’s why you always see me with at least one of my watches
Rollies and Pasha’s done drove me crazy

Legend has it, the wrist is magic
The left is Patek, Philippe’s replaced by Matsuhisa

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