StreetEtiquette’s Sartorial Sounds project remakes Andre 3000’s “Take Off Your Cool”

New York-based Style blog Street Etiquette, run by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, bring together seven incredible artists across the genres of Hip Hop, Soul and Spoken Word to collaborate and record a song together for their latest editorial project, Sartorial Sounds.

Mara Hruby, Joshua Bennett, Joekenneth Museau, Theo Martins, MeLo-X, Jesse Boykins III and Rinaldy Alarez got in the studio to remakeAndre 3000‘s “Take Off Your Cool,” from Outkast‘s Love Below/Speakerbox double-album, released in 2003. Take a listen to their version below..

“Sartorial Sounds integrates both music and style, two elements embedded in every culture past and present. We think it’s important to remember that everyone is an artist in their own right. And it’s the life experiences we encounter that provoke what we splash on our own blank canvas. We assembled seven individuals to partake in this editorial. The finished product incorporates their individual talents such as spoken word, rapping, singing and tap.” – Street Etiquette

Sartorial Sounds – “Take Off Your Cool”:

In the 13-minute video below, shot and directed by Jarrett Woo of Light Up Film, you not only get to witness first hand the creation of the song you just heard above but also what happens when you put seven talented individuals in one room together. The video captures the two-day period within which “Take Off Your Cool” came about and gives you an in-depth look into each artist and their respective personalities.

Download: Sartorial Sounds – “Take Off Your Cool”

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