Black is the darkest color. It is often used symbolically or figuratively to represent sophistication, formality, and authority. It mystifies, seduces, and secures. Black is also a very powerful color that symbolizes protection, class, strength, prestige, elegance and wealth. 


The word “daddy” is derived from “dad” meaning one’s father. “Dad” transitioned into “daddy” by adding the suffix “y”. “Daddy” came into the English vocabulary in 1523, at the beginning of the modern English time period. The exact origin of the word “daddy” is unknown, though, but specifically, it is claimed that the origin of the word may have come from baby talk. The forms “dada” and “tata,” meaning “father,” originated from childish speech. So maybe children are the geniuses behind the invention of the word “daddy” and only those who are present and nurturing earn that title. Ask around and you’ll find that in most cases, a baby’s first word was “daddy”. 


The word “gang” derives from the past participle of Old English gan, meaning “to go”. It is cognate with Old Norse gangr, meaning “journey.” It typically means a group of people. When it’s used as a transitive verb it’s definition is to assemble or operate simultaneously as a group. Most gang members represent blocks or neighborhoods that they have no ownership of. We believe that if you make a child it is your responsibility to make sure that child is taken care of. Fatherhood is only hood we represent. And just like the name suggests.. we are very serious about this and we’re in it for life.