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HARLEM HOLIDAY ESTRAVAGANZA

The greatest Community event put on for Harlem ever https://youtu.be/qlgwW3-T4-U

Business Mogul John HOPE Bryant Pulls Up To 125th st In Harlem, N.Y. To Get A King Has No Fear Hoodie!

It was a nice brisk day in Harlem, N.Y. , the streets and the neighborhood bustling with great vibration and Holiday cheer. Something felt special about this Saturday it wasn't just a normal day for entrepreneur/ Ceo D'landar Jones of Bucaleany clothing. John Hope Bryant was in Harlem visiting the historical neighborhood doing a documentary called the Memo based on his new book" The Memo". CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE:   The full Video is here https://www.facebook.com/DeliveringTheMemo/videos/194344937796601/  This pic was take on Saturday In Harlem, when John Hope Bryant was visiting he purchase a "The King Has No Fear Hoody" that same day. Ceo/Dlandar Jones attended John Hope Bryant at his Book Signing at 92nd Ymca! This pic was take on Sunday at the 92nd YMCA, where John Hope Bryant and Chelsea Clinton sat down and had talked about his book "The Memo  .

2017 Fall Burgundy/ Maroon Sneakers, Boots and hoodies that are LiTT!! Whats Your Favorite?

Be Unique Cool and Lean New York We Bringing Back To The Hood!   Please let us know what sneakers or boots would you put together with the click the link>> Burgundy  Bucaleany Tongueleany Hoodie<<? Yes keep it real we taking the perspective of you the real people!! We taking back to the hood.!!

The Legend Sway Calloway has always been a great supporter of Bucaleany.

The Legend Sway Calloway been Kinging, Always Great Connecting With Him. Sway Said To Me I Need That "The King Has No Fear" Hoody.    Check Sway Calloway repping the Bucaleany TongueLeany t-shirt at the Shade 45 Studio "Sway In The Morning"  Sway aslo resides in Harlem, N.Y. Sway Calloway (born July 3, 1970), better known mononymously as Sway, is an American rapper and reporter and executive producer for MTV News.[1] He is also the co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Wake Up Show. He is one half of the duo Sway & King Tech.   As a teenager growing up in Oakland, California, Sway became a locally known rapper and b-boy performing on San Francisco's Pier 39.[2]He teamed up with DJ King Tech after high school and the duo performed at various San Francisco Bay Area clubs. They also released independent albums. A major label record deal with Giant Records followed. The resulting album, Concrete Jungle in 1990, got them the job of co-hosting their own show on radio station KMEL. The Wake Up Show featured music and interviews with well-known hip hop artists as well as up-and-coming ones. The show became very popular and began simulcasting to Los Angeles on KKBT in 1993 and to Chicago on WEJM by 1996.[3] Ras Kass, Chino XL and Eminem are among the rappers who made their broadcasting debuts on the show. Soon, Sway was also hosting his own morning drive time show on the station. The popularity of the show helped Sway and Tech get another record deal, this time with Interscope Records. Their album, This or That, reached #30 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and #1 on the Top Heatseekers chart in 1999.[4] The album featured contributions from hip hop artists such as RZA, Eminem, Xzibit, Kool G Rap, KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, Tech N9ne, Pharoahe Monch and The Roots.[3][5][6] Sway also made an appearance on Jennifer Lopez's DVD, The Reel Me in late 2003. President Barack Obama adjusts Calloway's hat after an interview for a Live MTV special at the White House, 2012  

Give Thanks That You From Harlem

The Good Brother Dave East Has Been Holding Down For Harlem.   David Brewster, Jr. (born June 3, 1988), better known by his stage name Dave East, is an American rapper from East Harlem, New York. He gained attention in 2014 from his mixtape Black Rose. Since the release of his mixtape, East has been signed to rapper Nas' label Mass Appeal Records and has made a number of guest appearances. On October 1, 2015, East released his mixtape titled Hate Me Now with features from Nas, Mack Wilds, Pusha T and more. In 2016, East was chosen as part of the XXL magazine's 2016 Freshman Class. In September 2016, he signed to Def Jam Recordings. He also has been a great supporter of Bucaleany clothing. 

Shout Out to The "Burgundy Lovers", It's Fall burgundy is in season! This Hoody matches perfectly with the New Jordan retro 12 bordeaux/sail/metallic silver

         Jordan retro 12 bordeaux/sail/metallic silver   Bucaleany Burgundy "Tongueleany" Hoody  Very Comfortable Warm Hoody Great For Fall & Winter          Burgundy Hoody / White Face Tongueleany /Eyes (Silver Glitz) It's Fall and Burgundy is in season! This Hoody matches perfectly with the New Jordan retro 12 bordeaux/sail/metallic silver 80% Cotton 20%Poly Burgundy Grey      Hoody               Bucaleany Tongueleany Hoody Is Here Get Yours Now!!!  

Breast Cancer month and in honor of Selma Jones aka Momma Leany

For Breast Cancer month and in honor of Selma Jones aka Momma Leany, who passed away in February due to complications with cancer, we want to send some love and positive energy to anyone currently fighting or who has survived cancer. This month we'll be giving away 3 shirts every week til the end of the month.  🔹Tag or comment on this post with the name of a family or friend who is fighting cancer or has survived cancer. 🔹Winners will be chosen weekly until the end of the month. 🔹One winner per household 🔹Account must be unlocked/public 🔹This giveaway is not affiliated with Instagram or Facebook 🔹Open to the continental US Only 🔹Winners should email bucaleany135@gmail.com within 24hrs of announcement.

Power Move By Jay- Z To Help Bail Out Fathers On Fathers Day

  After Jay Z learning of the injustices of the American prison system and the business it propagates he was appalled so now he is putting his money where his mouth to help tackle the problem. In his essay, the rapper writes that since producing Time: The Kalief Browder Story, he has become "obsessed with the injustice of the profitable bail bond industry."   (THE KING HAS NO FEAR TSHIRT excellent Father's Day Gift for Dad) "On any given day over 400,000 people, convicted of no crime, are held in jail because they cannot afford to buy their freedom,” he writes. "When black and brown people are over-policed and arrested and accused of crimes at higher rates than others, and then forced to pay for their freedom before they ever see trial, big bail companies prosper." Inspired by the fundraising drives from Southerners on New Ground and Color of Change that bailed out mothers on Mother's Day, Jay Z wrote that he will be donating to those organizations to bail out fathers this Sunday on Father's Day. (The KING HAS NO FEAR tshirt is a excellent father's Day gift)  "As a father with a growing family, it's the least I can do, but philanthropy is not a long fix, we have to get rid of these inhumane practices altogether," Jay Z writes before concluding with, "We can't fix our broken criminal justice system until we take on the exploitative bail industry." But when I helped produce this year's docuseries,  The Kalief Browder Story, I became obsessed with the injustice of the profitable bail bond industry. Kalief's family was too poor to post bond when he was accused of stealing a backpack. He was sentenced to a kind of purgatory before he ever went to trial. The three years he spent in solitary confinement on Rikers ultimately created irreversible damage that lead to his death at 22. Sandra Bland was also forced to post bail after her minor traffic infraction in Prairie View, Texas, led to a false charge of assaulting a public servant (the officer who arrested her was later charged with perjury regarding the arrest). She was placed in a local jail in a pre-incarcerated state. Again, she was never convicted of a crime. On Thursday night, Jay Z became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In a video played at the ceremony, President Obama congratulated the rapper and acknowledged him as a kindred spirit, saying, "We know what it's like not to come from much and to know people who didn't get the same breaks that we did."  

Horse and Carriage In Harlem

The St. Nicholas historic district known as "Strivers Row" is a historic district located on both sides of West 138th Street and West 139th Street between Adam Clayton Powell jr. Boulevard also known as 7th Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard 8th Avenue and Harlem neighborhood New York City it is both a national and New York City District and consists of row houses and Associated buildings designed by noted architect and built in 1891 through 93 by developer David H King jr. These are collectively recognized as gems of New York City architecture and an outstanding example of late 19th century Urban Design. These townhouses were originally called King model houses which were intended for upper middle-class whites and featured modern amenities. Great dark woodwork and the views of City College blacks we're not allowed to live in the housing by this time Harlem was abandon buy white New Yorkers yet the company Equitable Life Assurance Society would not sell the King houses to blacks and so they sat empty until 1919 through 1920 when they were finally made available to African Americans for $8,000 each some of the units were turned into rooming houses but generally they attracted both leaders of the black community and up with upwardly - mobile professionals or Strivers who gave the district is colloquial name. " It was said that when one lives on Striver's Row one has arrived" in other words you was the s***!!!

President Barack Obama Got Game!

President Barack Obama shoots a basketball while participating in a basketball station with the Harlem Globetrotters during the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 9, 2012 in Washington, D.C.   Barack Playing a game of horse!   Doing some shooting drills jump shots Barack Obama being a fair sport after losing in the shooting drills and now the consequences are to do some push-ups! What a great president that we had for eight years President Barack Obama! Weather is nice get your Heaven or Harlem tshirt now right here at www.Bucaleany.com

Floyd Mayweather's right hand man The HarlemHotBoy

The World Champion Floyd Mayweather's right hand man P-REALA aka TheHarlemHotBoy has been a great supporter of the Bucaleany brand movement since 2013. P-REALA is from Harlem and also is Floyd's accountant so he's not just his homeboy who's around and doesn't do anything he is an assist and has a title working with the World Champ Floyd Mayweather Jr.  TMT  Also ready his comment below in the picture about Bucaleany  In the picture below on his instagram he is wearing our Classic Bucaleany Tongueleany sweatshirt that he purchased from us online  at www.bucaleany.com and he's has also purchase from us directly at or vendor location on 125th Street in Harlem, New York.  

G Dep Feat P. Diddy & Black Rob Let's Get It

G Dep Feat. P. Diddy & Black Rob What were you doing when this song drop? The Song Lets Get It came out in 2001and was a instant hit! Trevell Gerald Coleman (born November 19, 1973), better known by his stage name G. Dep (which stands for "Ghetto Dependent"), is an American rapper from Harlem, New York City. He joined Bad Boy Records in 1998 and released his debut album Child of the Ghetto in 2001. He released his second album Ghetto Legend on September 7, 2010 with Famous Records.

Watch How NYC Bike Tour Falls In Love With Harlem's #1 Brand Bucaleany "Heaven Or Harlem" Movement!

When You Think About Harlem You Think About Bucaleany!  Five Boro Bike Tour 2017 – Sunday May 7th Bucaleany "Heaven Or Harlem" Tshirts is #1   New York’s Five Boro Bike Tour is the largest recreational cycling event in the United States. Every year on the first Sunday of May, over 30,000 riders participate in the 40 mile ride around New York City. The route, closed to automobile traffic, takes riders through all five boroughs of New York City, across five major bridges, and finally across New York Harbor on the Staten Island Ferry. It is a lot of fun for cyclists of all skill sets and highly recommended. Spring & Summer is upon us so a great tshirt is necessary.     Bucaleany "Heaven Or Harlem" Navy Tshirt The event began on June 10, 1977 as the Five Boro Challenge with about 250 participants. The original tour was 50 miles long and started and ended in Queens.What started as a one-time event became a tradition the next year when the New York City Mayor Ed Koch embraced the idea of a city-wide bike tour. The distance was shortened and the word “challenge” was changed to “tour” to make the event more appealing to the general public. That year, the number of participants increased tenfold to around 3000. Event: Five Boro Bike Tour Date: Sunday, May 7th, 2017 Location: New York, NY Starts: Lower Manhattan (the start line is at Franklin St. and Church St., with entrance points for each of the four start waves running south along Church to Battery Park) Finish: Staten Island  

Harlem's Victoria 5 Theater Is Being Redeveloped Check Out Why And Into What!

Harlem's Victoria 5 Theater Is Being Redeveloped  Most people have walked past this building and never knew what it was. Older Harlemites have a vivid memory of the Victoria 5 Theatre and the memories it played in there lives.  233 West 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass Boulevards – A couple doors east of the historic Apollo Theater, the 100-year-old into a 26-story building with a 200-key Marriott Renaissance Hotel, 191 rental apartments, cultural space and retail. Half of the units will rent for below-market rates, with 30 percent reserved for folks who make 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI), and 20 percent for families who earn 80 percent of the AMI.  The $126 million complex will be split into two connected towers: one for the hotel, the other for the apartments. After sitting abandoned for 20 years, the facade and marquee of the Thomas Lamb-designed movie theater will be restored. The ground floor will likely become a jazz club and restaurant, according to owner Harlem Community Development Corporation, an arm of the Empire State Development Corporation. Roughly 30,000 square feet on the lower floors will be office space for local nonprofits, like Jazzmobile, Classical Theater in Harlem, Harlem Arts Alliance and Apollo Theatre Foundation. The development will also have two black box theaters, which will be convertible spaces that can host fundraisers and receptions. The back of the Victoria theater has already been demolished, and developers Exact Capital and Lam Group expect to hold a ground-breaking ceremony later this month. Work is supposed to wrap by the end of 2018.

Harlem Globetrotter Takes Over For Teacher That Made Giving His Students Handshakes Before Class Go Viral!

Harlem GlobeTrotter Tries To Imitate The Teacher That Made Giving His  Students Handshakes Before Class Go Viral! Check This Short Video Out Now It Make You Happy! vvvvvvv---Check Out The Teacher Below---vvvvvvv

Heaven Or Harlem! Wouldn't Want To Be Any Place Else!

The Heaven Or Harlem tshirt is your certified stamp and receipt of Harlem!!!   Heaven Or Harlem T-shirt comes from a lifestyle that is heavily invested in by Harlemites based on the understanding that living in Harlem means living in the mecca of Black Culture. This embodies rich culture, lifestyle, creativity, beautiful people, ambiance, tranquility and a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you couldn't get nowhere else but in Harlem, New York. Most people around the world know about Harlem. Harlem is also the most visited place by Tourists when coming to New York City. We want to give thanks to all the greats up in heaven that have contributed to making it such a awesome place to live and explore, please continue to bless Harlem from above. Here at Bucaleany clothing the original Harlem based brand we will continue to keep the Harlem legacy going.  

Marcus Garvey Park or Mount Morris Park! What Do You Call it?

  Marcus Garvey Park was once called Mount Morris Park some people still it Mount Morris Park! The park is located in Harlem in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The 20.17-acre park takes up roughly four blocks, it is between 120th Street and 124th Street and by Madison Avenue on its east side. In the park there is a high peak once used by Native Americans as a lookout station to see the whole island of what we call Manhattan.                     During the American Revolutionary War, europeans soldiers used the hill as a strategic position mounted to command the mouth of the Harlem River." The name Mount Morris Park is said to be named after the newly elected Mayor Robert Morris in 1841 by a small margin.In 1970, the Community Thing and other activist groups suggested naming the park for Marcus Garvey, a publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, activist for black nationalism, and founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). They also asked that a portion of the newly built recreation center contain a Garvey Museum.  August of that year saw the African Nationalist Activist Movement calling for a Marcus Garvey Day celebration, with the New York Times noting that the park was already being "called Garvey Memorial Park by some persons." More than 1,000 reportedly attended the celebration in the park. City Council voted to officially rename the park to Marcus Garvey Memorial Park in 1973Facilities in the park include the Pelham Fritz Recreation Center and the Richard Rogers Amphitheater (both located on the west side of the park at 122nd Street) Swimming Pool (open in summer) on the north side of the park, and two playgrounds designed for infants and disabled children, which were built in 1993. ..

Greg Marius the Commissioner of Rucker Basketball

A Harlem Legend lost his life Sunday April 22, 2017 to a battle with cancer. His name was Greg Marius the Commissioner of the Rucker also known as EBC tournament in Harlem, the world renowned tournament is held at 155th st and Fredrick Douglass Boulevard. Here at Bucaleany we want to send major condolences to his family and friends! He will be missed! Greg was a great support of Bucaleany clothing, as seen here with a Bucaleany tshirt on. Multiple of NBA players and streetball legends have played in this iconic tournament. Below is just a few to have played and also have visited the park to watch others play. Kobe Bryant  Isaiah Thomas  Kevin Durant  Lamar Odom  Carmelo Anthony  Clay Thompson  #BUCALEANY #sports #athletes #harlem #newyorkcity #Rucker #basketball 

Up In Harlem Feat Vado, Neek Bucks, Ms Hustle

Up In Harlem Feat Vado, Neek Bucks, Ms Hustle! Short clip of Up In Harlem Video!  This Video was Shot by BenjiFilms some of the locations for this video was the (Bakery hny 132 & Amsterdams)    ( 129th and Lenox Ave)   ( 126th and 12th Ave) Hell Up In Harlem! Big L feat Mase, Herb McGruff, Camron (C.O.C) Children Of The Corn   Thanks For Tuning In See You Soon! 

The East Side of Harlem or El Barrio or Spanish Harlem! What Do You Call It?

East Harlem, or when you from Harlem you just call it the eastside also known as El Barrio and previously as Spanish Harlem, is a neighborhood that is part Manhattan, N.Y.. New York City roughly encompassing the area north of the Upper East Side and East 96th Street up to about the 140s, east of Fifth Ave to the East and Harlem Rivers. It lies within Manhattan Community District 11. Despite its name, it is generally not considered to be a part of Harlem, that is just in some people eyes but to real Harlemites it is part of the great history of Harlem.   The neighborhood is one of the largest predominantly Latino communities in New York City, mostly made up of Puerto Ricans or some call them selves a Boricua. The name Boricua is chosen for Puerto Ricans living in the United States. This area as well has a size able numbers of Dominican, Cuban and Mexican immigrants. It includes the area formerly known as Italian Harlem, in which the remnants of a once predominantly Italian Community remain. East Harlem has historically suffered from many social issues just like most low income or impoverish areas, such as the highest jobless rate in New York City, teenage pregnancy, AIDS, drug abuse, homelessness, and an asthma rate five times the national average. Most people don't know that It has the second highest concentration of public housing in the United States, closely following Brownsville, Brooklyn. Conversely, East Harlem is notable for its contributions to Latin Culture. Despite these problems there has been some great talent that has come out the Eastside of Harlem or made this their home in there life time. This is a few known in pop culture. Marc Anthony (born 1968), singer Joe Budden (born 1980), rapper and member of hip hop group Slaughterhouse G. Dep (born 1973), rapper Dave East (born 1988), rapper Jim Jones (born 1976), rapper Al Pacino (born 1940), actor ASAP Rocky (born 1988), rapper Tupac Shakur (1971-1996), rapper Jay-Z's "Death of Autotune" music video was shot inside Rao's Italian restaurant (2009) ASAP Rocky's "Peso" music video features footage of East Harlem (2011) However, East Harlem is now undergoing some gentrification. In February 2016, East Harlem was one of four neighborhoods featured in an article in The New York Times about "New York’s Next Hot Neighborhoods". Beginning in 2016, the New York City government was seeking to rezone East Harlem "to facilitate new residential, commercial, community facility, and manufacturing development."
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