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Adrian Quesada is one half of the soulful psychedelic rock group Black Pumas. The music is infused with real analog energy that comes together via strong production from Quesada himself. He’s been a mainstay in the music world for almost two decades, both eponymously and via his other band, Grupo Fantasma. Through the years, he’s gone on to rack up eight Grammy nominations and one win. His music is layered with sounds that have a real throwback sensibility because he loves old things: vintage guitars, vintage recording equipment, and vintage best US replica watches.

“I’m fairly new to it but have a real obsession with high quality fake watches,” Quesada says from his recording studio in Austin, Texas. But he’s no stranger to obsessions. “I’m obsessive about things,” he says. “If I hear one artist’s obscure record they did, I’m going to stay up all night finding all of it.”

He actually realized top replica watches were his bag from comments made to him by friends. “I had a friend in college say, ‘You’re such an accessories guy’ and I was like ‘what does that mean?'”

After thinking about it, he realized there was some truth to the statement. “I always liked watches as a little bit of a statement piece,” Quesada says. “It wasn’t until recently that I went to try to build a collection.” His first love was the classic Timex Weekender which he used to wear constantly, and he would buy a new one every year.

“Now I’m just starting to learn more about watches,” he says. “I didn’t know much more than luxury copy Rolex and Cartier watches. Now I like learning more.”

It seems he’s taking a deeper approach to his early steps as a collector. “I love the power of a statement you can make with such a small accessory,” Quesada says. “Even musically I think that translates. I love that approach, not overdoing anything and kind of making people come to you and notice those things.”

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There’s no denying the power of an heirloom. In this case, one family watch served as the starting point for Quesada’s future collecting journey.

“I think what really sent me down the rabbit hole was this watch that my dad gave me,” Quesada says of his Swiss movements replica Rolex Datejust watches. “I always remember my dad telling me how my mom’s father gave him a Rolex off his wrist at a party. He would always show me that AAA Rolex super clone watches.”

Quesada remembers looking at it fondly as a child and has vivid memories of his father wearing it. “Years ago, he gave it to me and said ‘I want you to have it,'” he says. “And now I just think, I have 1:1 wholesale Rolex fake watches – that’s crazy.”

It took time for him to come to grips with the fact though, that he owned Swiss made Rolex replica watches. “I wore this watch for a long time,” he says. “It meant so much to me that I didn’t want to wear it daily so I’d go back to my little Timex Weekender and only wear this for special occasions, but now it’s just classic. The older I got I appreciated that this could be a daily watch.”

Of course, everything is circumstantial. And as much as he’d love to wear this daily, his life doesn’t allow for it. “I travel so much on tour that it feels a bit precarious to bring it with me,” he says somberly. “I’ve definitely forgotten things in a hotel and I wouldn’t know what to do if I lost this. It’s one thing to lose something expensive and another to lose something that was passed down two generations. For that reason, this isn’t my touring China fake watches.”