Check out this Tyler Surrey line from the upcoming Sk8mafia x Sweet video STEE in shops next Monday June 17. Read the online Roll Call interview and get ready for our exclusive Javier Sarmiento and Erik J Pettersson part dropping on the site Monday!
How long did you film for STEE?
Basically since the last video, so about a year and a half.
What locations did the ‘Mafia travel for this video?
We had Sweet as the European/Scandinavian connection so we got to do some sick trips. We did a trip through Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, then back through Scandinavia to Norway ending in Sweden. Also they came to San Diego and we did a little Vegas trip.
I heard you were in the lab editing—what did you have your hands on creatively for this video?
I don’t deserve any credit. I put a few clips in place in the credits timeline—haha. It was all Dan [Connelly] and Nick [Lamm] powering through it.
How did you end up sharing a part with Gustav?
Each part is shared by one Mafia dude and one Sweet dude. We just got paired up together in the end.
Do you have a favorite part in the video?
Javi and EJP’s part without a doubt. I can’t even explain. They’re just good homies with two of the illest styles and control and they only compliment each other even more having a part together.
Best memories of filming for STEE?
Just the epic travels filled with epic memories for life.
Entry #6 STEE Premier
Fingers were stacked appropriately last night as San Diegans and visitors packed into the Wave House to catch a first look at the Sk8mafia and Sweet collab video STEE. The vibe was especially tropical as waves crashed onto the beach 50 feet away from the big screen. The flick has plenty of clips to loose your voice to and the homie-vibe is strong making STEE an essential pre-session video. Be sure to grab a a copy, there’s some tricks in here you’re going to want to go through frame-by-frame. Check the premiere photos!
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