Earlier this year, acclaimed music photographer Stefan Kohli dropped a photo diary titled 100 HOURS IN LA, an immersive, intimate set of portraits that captured the colorful variety of artists in his inner circle. But he's just getting started. Kohli has now unveiled a second installment titled 100 HOURS IN BOSTON. Take a sneak peek of some of the new shots in the gallery above.

According to Kohli, the 100 HOURS series "captures trips to different cities filled with shooting, exploring, and drawing inspiration from every city’s unique energy," with Boston being but the latest metropolis subject to his lens. Music fans will recognize figures such as Migos' Offset, Wale, Majid Jordan and Cousin Stizz in this edition.

For more info, be sure to visit the project's website right here, and follow Stefan on Instagram here.

For more like this, take a deep dive into Brazil's club scene with this gallery right here.

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