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Just like what he did before releasing the “Where He Get It” video, A Zae Production lets loose a preview of Chief Keef’s next music video “Macaroni Time.” If the time lapse between his last preview and full video is any indication of how long we’ll have to wait, expect the video for Sosa’s new song to be released in about 5 days. From the snippet of the song, it appears Keef has delved into autotune. Do you think that’s a good look for him?
Grantland takes us back to the younger years through the latest installment of their “Story Time with Jalen Rose” series. In this episode, Rose recounts his experience playing against a Wizards-era Michael Jordan. Watching Jordan play during his championship run with the Bulls, Rose found himself surprisingly confident when playing against Jordan in a different context. With an already notorious penchant for expressive commentary, Rose succeeded in his quest to challenge Jordan, but ultimately, committed some ‘personal fouls’ in the process. Enjoy the humorous video above.
History tells us that some of the most radical, daring designs are often scoffed at upon unveiling but end up becoming favorites over time. The original Air Jordan 1 was at one point considered clownish by its endorser due to the dual color concept and the space age Nike Air Foamposite One didn’t exactly fly off the shelves in ‘97. With both models enjoying successful runs as retros, we take a look at ten sneakers that are still forward-thinking in design, but could be considered classics later on.
adidas The Kobe II
The clothes are getting weirder, will the shoes too? Even after a decade, the Kobe II appears as a space age oddity. From a footwear standpoint, its styling is unlike anything before or after. Astronaut status then could be fresh in the future.
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In celebration of the publication of DOWN TIME, the hardcover book featuring artwork from KAWS’ 2012 exhibition of the same name at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, the Brooklyn-based artist partners with CLOT to release an exclusive KAWS: DOWN TIME tee, available in white, black, grey or red colorways. The tee will come bundled with the book as part of a set, retailing for HKD 0 and available for pre-order now at JUICE Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Taipei. Additionally, KAWS himself will appear May 24th at JUICE Hong Kong for a special book signing event. Check out detailed looks of the collaborative tee in the gallery below.
”That Sh*t Is Like Some Next-Level 3000”
G.O.O.D. Music affiliate says that the world may not grasp what Kanye West is up to musically; because it’s so far ahead of its time. Speaking with MTV, Scott heaped praise on Yeezy’s newest music from his upcoming album.
“That sh*t is like some next-level 3000,” he told MTV News. “We’re already in the year 3000 f*cking with that sh*t and that’s why I love hanging out with those guys over there. You get caught on to that new sh*t extra fast.”
Kanye has been slowly showcasing new music in performances and his album is expected to arrive in July.
Much to the dismay of fans, Casey Veggies took to Twitter to reveal that his ”PNCXX” Tour with Travi$ Scott would be postponed. Thankfully, the young MC softened the blow by liberating a new track called “Money Don’t Buy Time.”
The song features the Roc Nation managed MC spitting self-reflective lyrics about how he and his Peas and Carrots clique earned everything they have achieved. Veggies kicks a fast paced flow over the ambient sounds of Usher-sampling Lee Bannon production
Consider “Money Don’t Buy Time” to be a loose track, but feel free to check out the California native’s Life Changes if you’d like to hear a full project. Hear young Veggies air out the smooth cut below.
In light of his recent announcement of having postpone his PNCXX Tour alongside Travi$ Scott, Casey Veggies looks to make things up to his fans as he’s just dropped off a brand new single. Titled “Money Don’t Buy Time,” Young Veggies links together with producer Lee Bannon, who flips Usher’s single “What Happened to U,” and together the two create a nice laid back track. In other Casey-related news, it looks like the 19-year-old continues to make major moves as he’s also recently signed on to be a brand ambassador for German shoe and sportswear company PUMA (via VIBE). Check out the track down below and let us know what you think.
youtu.be/fD7dgE-3IzY I’m not crazy I’m just passionate abt my music… #MNIMN 7/16/13
— PUSHA T (@PUSHA_T) May 10, 2013
Previously: Pusha T – Numbers On The Boards (Video)
Chris Brown invaded the Bay Area during his appearance at WiLD 94.9′s WiLDJAM at San Jose’s HP Pavilion on Thursday. The blond singer, who shared the bill with Trey Songz and Macklemore, performed a full set of hits including his new X single “Fine China,” which he sang for the first time live.
He thanked Team Breezy for their support. “Sold out show tonight! I appreciate my fans. Hope y’all had the time of y’all life becuz I did!” he tweeted.
Chris will also play other radio station-sponsored shows this summer including Hot 97′s Summer Jam and Power 106′s PowerHouse.