Age eighteen is a great age for anybody. It’s the time in someone’s life when you’re discovering many new things about yourself. Like how many hours of LEISURE SUIT LARRY you can log without hallucinating yourself into a sleep coma. And if that life’s goal had already been achieved, you push yourself to even more extreme limits. Like tallying up the number of BON BONS you can eat until your 5th ROOT CANAL is crowned. But the ultimate life’s achievement in any 18-year-old’s young existence might possibly be their flawlessly performed choreographed modern Quinceanera dance for their sister. We sure did look stellar in them ZOOT SUITES.
The above 18-year-old basically just described the life of maybe 85% of the teenagers I went to school with when I was growing up. If you’re impressed by the culture I grew up in, don’t be. Because the life of Nyjah Huston has far exceeded anything FRANKIE has ever done. With 3 straight Street League titles under his belt, an X Games gold medal, and a freshly cut head of HAIR, Nyjah is living some next level shiznit. You can’t really compare him to other youngins unless their names are Justin Bieber or RALPH MACHIO.
And for the past few months, we have been graced with tiny glimpses of what this young lad’s fresh video part for ELEMENT would look like. Nothing more than a few seconds per week was good enough to hype what is now culminated into the RISE AND SHINE world premiere now available on ITUNES.
Here’s a sweet little teaser.