Sage Adams, a Creative Force Behind SZA – The New York Times

Sage Adams, a Creative Force Behind SZA – The New York Times

Next Thing: Work with SZA continues at a feverish pace. One of their new projects is Ctrl Fishing Co., a clothing line that uses sustainable fabrics like recycled tie-dye. “One of the really cool ways we can do that is through fashion, but we’re also working on some programming to get that out to kids,” Mx. Adams said.

In Their Blood: Mx. Adams’s father, Marino Adams, was a huge artistic influence. “In his free time, he D.J.ed and co-produced my mom’s play, ‘Black Girl You’ve Been Gentrified,’ and helped her get it at Joe’s Pub. He was artistically inclined, but ended up doing business his whole life and passed away kind of early,” Mx. Adams said. “For me, it’s about making sure I pursue what makes me happy.”

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