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"The End" is the unlikely title of Ziggy Schaap's new edit straight from the Netherlands, horizons the average LIVE reader should be familiar with by now given the percentage of articles on this platform that have to do with the Pop guys! Although this time, the aesthetics are something else: crispy VX-1000 complete with pristine export settings and catchy colors (once the intro outlived). But fear not, as the weird moves and awkward spots (comprising some Berlin nugs) remain, all set to a soundtrack that wouldn't have felt out of place in the best Rare Skateboards-era Euro productions, whatever you think that might mean. Anyway, if this upbeat clip could suffice to initiate a trend of clean VX footage on YouTube, then that would for sure be something to give it credit for!

No I in Pop!

Some new new, or at least some new faces at Pop! But, fear not, they fit perfectly in the crew, while still adding their own little thing! On the other, they also stick on the strict Dutch rule of having a name no one will ever remember…

#pfw

Sure, the Pop heads were in Paris for Fashion Week before the summer, but they sure did more than attend fashion shows! And sure, they visited the classic hang-outs the city and its surroundings have to offer, but only to spin them their way, making it spicy, once again! Good stuff, we tell ya…

Brick squad

And the Pop boys are back, this time applying at home, one built mostly from bricks of various sizes and colors, most times not very well jointed… To say the list. Yes, we are talking about Antwerp, a city not necessarily known for its perfect spots. Which does not seem to bother anyone, here, and certainly not locals Yeelen Moens and Alex Raeymaekers, that display here their well-known ATV skills!

Mo'Pop, Mo'London…

Mo' Problems? Off course not!

More, at Grey!

Brit Pop!

Or when the Pop heads do London… They do it right, as you would expect! Oh, and you'll witness one of the beautifullest mob flip you'll ever see… Trust us.

Pop trap!

Could trap be those modern days pop music!? For better, and most often than not, worst? Sure… But, not this time, as this compilation of Jan Maarten Sneep footie is more than déjà vu with déjà heard on top, and gives us many unseen clips of Noah BuninkAlex Raeymaekers and the rest of the boys. And, at the end, Willem van Dijk stays chief.

Parking Fashion Week

Where the Pop Trading Company boys manage to bring back a full edit from a week in Paris marked by heavy and endless rain… We've told you before they were more or less weatherproof, and also actually enjoying each other company even if locked up for days in the grimiest parking garages in town. In between Parisian parties! Also note that our very own Aymeric got a line, here!

Dutch Pop

The Pop homies strike back with two new secret weapons: a young and talented Yeelen Moens, and a most likely not so young anymore but talented (well…) nonetheless Frank Boeijen for their soundtrack! And let's be honest, you might not be ready for it… Not the skating, uh, we speak about the song… Well, you tell us what you make of it!

Grey country…

If one would believe Pop Clips, Holland seems like a little sad, at least when it comes to the color palette… But, when it comes to real fun looking spots to skate with the crew, that seems like heaven. Where does the true truth lie!?

Pop 30!

The homies at Pop Trading Company surprise us with a new edit, celebrating their 30th Clip, and a new format putting Othmar and Billy (no, we did not even try to spell their last names…) on the forefront in a super punchy form, with even a soundtrack! What's next, color!?

PFW 2017

When the Pop homies are in Paris for Fashion Week, it is not to attend Jet Skate parties and socialites events only… Nope, they hold it down in the streets, also!

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