As one of hip-hop's original tastemakers through his iconic work as one half of the legendary 'Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show' on New York radio, Bobbito Garcia knows a thing or two about the history of hip-hop.

While Bobbito was documenting the sounds from the streets of NYC – and breaking artists like Nas, Eminem and Notorious B.I.G. to wide audiences – a distinctly British-infused branch of the genre was gaining traction in London with the likes of Rodney P, Jonzi D and Shortee Blitz as the forefathers.

Now, to celebrate his Suede 50 collaboration with PUMA (a shoe that existed at the epicentre of hip-hop's birth), Bobbito linked up with one of UK hip-hop's most prominent voices, DJ Snips, to get a history lesson on the evolution of hip-hop in the UK. Bobbito journeys from Covent Garden to Trellick Tower, speaking to icons like Rodney P and new school voices such as Loyle Carner.

The PUMA Suede 50 x Bobbito is now available at END Clothing and Footpatrol. Share your Suedes with the hashtag #ForAllTime.

Bobbito Garcia's new documentary, 'Rock Rubber 45s', is released worldwide on July 24th. Find out more info at