Continuing with our running theme of niche branded products that you would probably kill for, we are pleased to announce that these extremely limited edition Lego heads are now available. Emblazoned with the iconic Lee Scott cross face logo and available in 9ct gold, gold plated or sterling silver, you are guaranteed to be the envy of every mere mortal who crosses your path. Pricing and orders are available here, but be quick yooo.
You have probably heard the rumours by now. The pioneering swegged out band of brothers known as Cult Mountain have split up. But before you shed a thug tear, news is surfacing of a reunion show next month. The show promises to deliver not only the CM boys themselves - Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Trellion & Sumgii - but also a stack of new music, merch and mayhem (as is the MO for any Blah related event). Tickets are available right now, but be quick cos these things have a habit of selling out pretty sharpish. The gig takes place on 5 September and you can find more details here.
A very welcome return for one of the OG Blah logos, as we unveil our latest merch addition. The much loved and highly lauded Blah Jar expertly recreated on a limited edition, crisp navy blue 100% cotton t-shirt. Pre-orders are ready for you now over on the Blah store, but be quick as there are only 60 available.
Our supreme DVLGNG cult leaders have decided to grant us the opportunity to improve our miserable lives tenfold, with a fresh selection of sweg drenched clothing and accessories.
All emblazoned with the iconic Cult Mountain logo, as well as some nods to the 616 movement, these items will guarantee you a new lease of life that will see you being lauded by your family, friends, peers and even total strangers, such is their magnificence.
On offer we have the classic hoodie, thinking cap, t-shirt, indestructible shirt and drug selling side bag, all available in black and all expertly stitched by our team of Satanic seamstresses.
Pre-orders for the merch are available over on the DVLGNG site, with orders shipping around 20 June. Make sure you get involved now though, as these pieces never stick around for too long.
Brand new project from Lee Scott, Milkavelli, Sniff and Sumgii, as they form like Voltron to become the unstoppable rap force of SUPERGANG. The EP weighs in at six tracks absolutely dripping in SWEG, fully produced by Sumgii who brings some of his funkiest rhythms ever to the mix.
It's going to be released on limited edition 12" picture disc vinyl, plus there is a SUPERGANG t-shirt available. Pre-orders are up on the Blah store now and if you order the vinyl and t-shirt bundle you save yourself a fiver. Pre-orders can be found here.
Due to exceedingly popular demand and an ever growing number of cult members, we have decided to restock the recent YungSwegLawd t-shirt. Its available in the same delicious 100% SW£G Y£LLOW cotton screenprint, on a very limited and pre-orders are only available until Monday, so make sure you get involved now. You can find more info over at the Blah store.
Milkavelli leads us into the weekend with his latest little project, as he takes us on his Channel Surfing odyssey. Never one to follow trends or traditions, this new release is a 10 minute ride through a tight selection of suitably wavy beats from Nobodies Home, with Milk's flow as effortless & on point as it ever was. The artwork was done by J. Neilson. We've also released an accompanying long sleeve t-shirt, which you can cop in a range of designs, each featuring one of the TV screens you can see in the video. They're available to order now over on the Blah store. You can catch Milk on the imminent Mcabre Brothers Tour with Lee which kicks off this month. For more details on dates & tickets, check the blog.
We know you lot love a bit of fresh merch, so we've only gone and dropped two new garments for you, as well as some delectable new vinyl for your collection. First up we have the Swegland long sleeve t-shirt, with a take on the classic three lions England design on both the front and back, which could easily pass as the official clothing for the imminent revolution.
Then there is the new Droopy cap, in celebration of King Grubb's 2018 album and also in celebration of making you look like the most swegged out gangster in the room. There are only 20 available though, so move fast.
Next up we have the arrival of the Yung Sweg Lawd limited edition double vinyl, which comes in blue pastel/candy, with purple inner sleeves. It's available for pre-order now, with the product itself being shipped around 22 April.
There is also a new 7" limited edition vinyl run for Nah Eeto's two singles - Auntie, What Happened to Me? and Keecha. This marks her first ever vinyl release. Plus it comes in gold, so you can feel like a total winner every time you chuck it on the decks. For more info on all the products and to secure your orders, head over to the Blah store.