(cheerful holiday music) (upbeat holiday music) – Hello Harlem! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanza, whatever the (bleep) makes you jolly. I love you, Sky Clause here today, though. We love you Harlem, who wants a (bleep) gift? Love you! Are my tits out cause that’s another gift. I’m feelin’ festive as (bleep) guys and
(gentle piano music) – Some people view tattoos as destroying yourself, as a way of crying out for help rather than a way of strengthening yourself. I found myself through tattoos. I want to give women that expression and ability to find out who they are. (hopeful music) (soft music) My mom has said tattoos
(Q) Ohh! (Walt) Oh, my (bleep) God! Okay! Why you looking like Tinkerbelle just escaped jail? I wanna dress nice, feel good, and just be okay. She’s a man killer now. Watch your step. Oh, (bleep), Pum! What’s good, bro? Oh, (bleep). Yo, who’s the cutie? Does Quani know you got a new girlfriend? This
-I don’t have a- -Hi, Black Ink. -Hi! -Hi. Hello. I’m looking for Caesar. That’s me. Hi, I’m Signature. How you doing, Signature? So you trying to get tatted? No, actually, I’m not. I’m actually looking to help with brand marketing. Oh. That would be me, sweetheart. Hi. What’s your name? How are you doing?
– CEASER: [humming] – [doorbell rings] – [knocking at door] – ♪ – What are you doing here? – ♪ – What are you wearing? – I wasn’t gonna miss my daughter’s eighth grade prom. I wanna take some family pictures. I wanna surprise her, so come out here. – Sure. – When Cheyenne told
(cheering) ♪♪ Ay! Ay! Ay! Ay! Ay! Ay! Today, I’m throwing an epic block party on 113th because these are the people who helped me get where I am today. Hey! What’s up, little man? It ain’t no block party like a Harlem block party! ♪♪ (cheering)Yo, how everybody doing today?(cheering)I know everybody wondering what