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August 16, 2013

We recently decided to shoot with some friends of ours. We wanted to shoot a clean,natural and fun look with a few of our favorite as well as new designs. Our models seem to have enjoyed themselves while shooting which is exactly what we were looking for. Check out a few behind the scene pictures of the shoot. All pictures from shoot will be coming soon.

 

#REALIZE THE ILLNESS

June 13, 2013

On February 24, 1995, Eazy-E was admitted into Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with what he believed to be asthma. Instead he was diagnosed with AIDS. He announced his illness in a public statement on March 16. Eazy’s sexual activity began at the age of twelve and resulted in not only a fatal disease, but seven children with six different women.[11][30][31] He died due to “complications from AIDS” one month after his diagnosis, on March 26, 1995, at approximately 6:35 PM (Pacific time). He was 31 years old. During the week of March 20, having already made amends with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, Eazy-E drafted his last message to fans. One week after the release of that message, Eazy succumbed to the disease.[9][32] Eazy was buried at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California.[33][34] In November 1995, shortly after Eazy-E’s death, Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton was released.[4][35]

Some in hip hop have questioned the circumstances around Eazy E’s death, including Bone Thugs-n-Harmony in November 2009[36] and B.G. Knocc Out in August 2011,[37] who have said that Eazy E’s death was very sudden for a case of AIDS and that he was still in good health until shortly before his passing.

 

On September 7, 1996 At approximately 11:15 pm, a white, four-door, late-model Cadillac with an unknown number of occupants pulled up to the sedan’s right side, rolled down a window, and rapidly fired gunshots at Shakur. He was hit in the chest, pelvis, and his right hand and thigh.[9][89] One of the rounds went into Shakur’s right lung.[90] Knight was hit in the head by fragmentation, though it is thought[by whom?] that a bullet grazed him.[91] The bodyguard, Frank Alexander, stated that when he was about to ride along with the rapper in Knight’s car, Shakur asked him to drive the car of Shakur’s fiancée Kidada Jones instead, in case they needed additional vehicles from Club 662 back to the hotel. The bodyguard reported in his documentary, Before I Wake, that shortly after the assault, one of the convoy’s cars drove off after the assailant but he never heard from the occupants.[92]

 

On March 9, 1997 By 12:45 a.m., the streets were crowded with people leaving the event. Wallace’s truck stopped at a red light 50 yards (46 m) from the museum. A black Chevrolet Impala SS pulled up alongside Wallace’s truck. The driver of the Impala, an African American male dressed in a blue suit and bow tie, rolled down his window, drew a 9 mm blue-steel pistol and fired at the GMC Suburban; four bullets hit Wallace.[10] Wallace’s entourage rushed him to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where doctors performed an emergency thoracotomy, but he was pronounced dead at 1:15 a.m.

 

Excluding his adolescence, Big Pun struggled with a weight problem for most of his life; his weight fluctuated in the early 1990s between obese and morbidly obese. Big Pun partook in a weight-loss program in North Carolina, in which he lost 80 pounds (36 kg), but he eventually quit the program before completing it, returning to New York and gaining back the weight he had lost.[5] On February 7, 2000, Big Pun suffered a fatal heart attack and respiratory failure while temporarily staying with family at a Crowne Plaza Hotel in White Plains, New York during a home renovation. Pun was pronounced dead at the hospital after paramedics could not revive him. Big Pun was at his highest weight at the time of his death: 698 pounds.[10] He was cremated a few days later. His second album, Yeeeah Baby, was released two months later. Big Pun is survived by his wife, Liza, and their three children, Amanda (born 1991), Vanessa (born 1993), and Christopher (born 1994)

 

Soon we will be releasing a new Color way of our ‘Hip Hop is Dead’Tee in Black.

“We here at Rx Unltd love the hip hop culture. This design is a small way to show our love to some of hip hops pioneers who didn’t get to see just how much of an impact they made. R.I.P RX UNLTD EXCLUSIVE!”

 

FUN FACT: We kept them all in the same order that they passed in R.I.P

April 19, 2013

So a little while ago a good friend and strong supporter of ours tagged us in a picture of a hat on instagram. We took a look at it and noticed a strong similarity to our logo. The thing that got us the most was the fact that we actually know of the brand that posted the picture. The brand name is ‘Keep It Kush’ who we were introduced to by another close friend of ours that was neighbors to the owner of the brand in school. What was sad is we actually liked some of their stuff till we saw the ‘NEW’ products. They have recently changed a few things and have tried to add a Rx into things. We went back and forth with comments to the owner who after a few comments said “ I will stop the print out of respect” but it is still up. Now just to be clear we under stand that our logo is a universal sign however we own the rights and a few trademarks for them to be used in apparel. So we wanted to write this blog just to inform our patients/fans of things to look out for and to remember where they saw it first. As always we appreciate each and everyone of you guys who keep us informed of things like this. We have had to send out a few cease and desist about a year after we started and I’m sure it won’t be the last of them. Remember guys protect what is yours as well as your ideas and trademarks because there will always be someone trying to take things they could not create on their own. Keep creating originality and build your dreams as big as you want them.

Thanks for the love,

Realize The ILLNESS

 

Below are a few pictures that were sent to us. You guys can be the judge………

Our hat is on top.

 

 

 

 

The picture we were originally tagged in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original:

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Site Before:

 

Site After: Notice the adding of Rx to products as well as into the ‘Medicinole’ shirt design.

February 21, 2013

Meet FUSIK…… Left to Right : Sanchez,Chip,Felix,Mack and Quinto

 

We recently got a chance to meet up with our boys FUSIK! They were performing at a newly renovated lounge in Miami called ‘Black Bird Ordinary’ formally known as Transit Lounge. This place set a really nice vibe for what was a dope show. Once Fusik hit the stage they started off with a new Track from their latest album entitled ‘FUSIK III’ and they immediately caught the attention of the crowd. Heads turned and ears opened  while sitting back and jamming to the FUNK of FUSIK. We got our self a copy of the new album and it does not disappoint. It is definitely a variety of sounds and styles mixed up so is a nice change up from their other albums. Once you pop in the album and let it ride its hard to find a favorite  track because of the changes in each track. Be sure to check out and support our boys they have been on the grind for a long time and are always improving their craft. From the very first album we purchased ‘ONLY A FEW ARE SICK’ they have caught our attention and we will continued to support them. We are sure once you guys hear what they are capable of you will get hooked too. Be sure to visit their web site for more info on the band,shows,gear and albums at www.FusikMusik.com

 

Stay FUNKY FUSIK and keep grinding.

 

‘Realize The ILLNESS’

January 20, 2013

Not doing anything on a sat night?? Well the other day I was told my by my older brother to watch this movie “Something From Nothing”..’ The art of Rap ‘. This movie was dope and had a lot of great Artist in it explaining their stories as well as who inspired them. It goes into great detail of who,what,when,where and how! Brings to light a lot of artist who pioneered those who are still making great HIP HOP. I suggest that if you have Netflix you go ahead and check this movie out if you would like to really know about Hip Hop.

 Be sure to also check out another movie called ‘The Freshest Kids’ it is another film that gives you a good insight on Hip Hop Culture.

Have a good weekend everyone!

REALIZE THE ILLNESS!

January 11, 2013


 Where do we start? Ruben is a good friend of ours and a creative genius. Not to mention also the creator of our logo. We have known Ruben for quite some time now and although he is on to some new ventures we still try and remain in contact as much as possible. Meeting him years ago in about 2000 through mutual friends was a blessing in disguise. I still remember him asking for a paper and pencil for an idea he had. As I sat back in amazement of how quick he drew up this idea made me instantly realize his talent. Still hope to find that drawing soon to have as an original UBIERA piece.

About a year after meeting Ruben was when he and some friends decided they would start their own Clothing line ‘No Man Excluded’ aka NME. With this urban brand they set out to take over the scene and turn some heads. Ruben being the head designer for the brand gave the brand great urban style and creativity. Being in High School at the time I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to do with myself. I was then approached by Devon one of the owners of NME and was asked to try and sell shirts to kids at school. Now I had always been a hustler by selling candy in school but this was new. I now had to present to my friends and classmates designs and not only hope they would like it but also buy. In doing so and seeing the reaction of creativity in design through selling this brand something sparked. I guess it always stuck in the back of my head and then years later I decided to create my own brand. So thank you Ruben for the inspiration.

Now years later, Ruben continues to inspire with his insane art pieces and art shows. He is an artist to the fullest and if you ever get to attend one of his shows make sure to ask what his art means. He has a reason for each and every detail put into his work. Just to give you and idea of what he is capable of here is his latest piece done at The Mexican Cocina and Tequila Bar in Boca Raton FL.

Be sure to Head over to his Facebook page and become a fan www.facebook.com/RubenUbiera as well as visit his website to get a better feel for him and who he is. www.urbanpopsoul.com

Stay creative everyone!

January 10, 2013

We here at Prescription Unlimited have been wanting to get this blog going for some time now. So we finally got it up and running for you guys and want to keep all of our fans updated with everything we love and do. Social media is a huge tool to be used now days but we feel this is a great way to express ourselves and give you a feel for what we enjoy. From now on we will be featuring and blogging about all kinds of things on here from New Product, Music , Art as well as events and pictures. By doing so we hope to bring you into our world a little and keep you up to date on everything. With that being said keep a look out for all new and exciting things we have in store for you guys. We are looking forward to bringing you guys all sorts of great news in the months to come. A huge thank you to everyone who has supported us so far and for those who continue to support what we do each day.

“Realize The ILLNESS”