Torch turned 40 last week, congrats. To some he is the pioneer of the German hiphop culture, and therefore dressed up as a king on the photos of Müller.
More photos soon on the new website of Nils Müller… You will be the first to know.
UPDATE See the video here
Some of the most famous german rappers gathered paying tribute to the deceased Galla, a fellow musician.
In the words of DJ Rafik:
“Michael Galla, member of the famous RAG crew and an icon of German Hip Hop Culture has passed away on August 9th 2011.
Last sunday, a truly amazing memorial jam was held in Bochum/GER to celebrate his life and the impact he had on others. I am struggling to find the right words, but it’s been beautiful to see the effort that was made to make this happen and to pay Galla the respect he deserves. Thanks to Chris Krass, Aphroe, Pahel and everybody involved in making this happen.”
Nils Müller was the official photographer of the event.
> more in the next issue of Juice Magazin (Germany).
UPDATE: Check the video preview
Seoul, South Korea, is a white spot for most westerns. Being well-known for electronic products, food and pop culture, the second most populous metropolitan area of the world has a lot more to offer than kimchi and k-pop.
While many in Seoul try to live up to the strong social norms and expectations, a good amount also strives for ‘western’ values, or at least those represented in American dramas, which are watched by all ages. Seoul is one of the most intense places, where the clash of tradition and modern trends is very tangible and visible. 60-80 hour work weeks are normal, and some find their corner of freedom in the socially accepted overuse of alcohol in the after hours. Others go for deviant behavior, and appear more individualistic. They can be found throughout the city, but are hard to discover sometimes. Nils Müller did that, last week.