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Kobe Bryant Covers BlackRainbow Magazine ‘Basketball’ Issue

French creative imprint BlackRainbow unveils the cover of their latest “Basketball” themed issue, featuring Los Angeles Lakers star player Kobe Bryant shot by Jared Ryder. The issue offers an in-depth profile on the Lakers star, who…

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Future – March Madness

Future has dropped a new tune titled "March Madness," just before the tourney’s tip-off in less than 24 hours. Frequent collaborator Tarantino of 808 Mafia delivers with an electronic-oriented instrumental, on which Future mixes basketball references with his usual out-of-this-world talk, metaphorically representative of being under the influence. Smooth delivery and a hypnotizing beat makes for a formidable first entry for the title of the official March Madness anthem. Listen to the track below, and be sure to head over to HYPETRAK for the latest music premieres.


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Nike Air Max 90 KJRD “Ice” Pack

Nike unveils a new "Ice" rendition to the Nike Air Max 90 KJRD model. Consisting of two distinct iterations, the pack features a flexible and breathable jacquard upper as Nike’s signature ice colorway decorates the midsole and outsole. A vibrant collection of red, black, and blue colors accentuates the patterned aesthetic of the first silhouette as a combination of silver and grey hues produces a subdued and light aesthetic outfit to the second iteration. Look for the Nike Air Max 90 KJRD “Ice” Pack to release in the near future at select Nike retailers worldwide.

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Janelle Monáe On How She Came To Love Music, Leading The Wondaland Revolution + More

Janelle Monáe will always be everyone’s favorite funky android, but these days, she’s leading the Wondaland revolution with might and grace. After solidifying the production house as keep reading »

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Nike Air Huarache Run FB Black/Poison Green

Continuing to celebrate the Huarache heritage over the first months of 2015, here retailers are treated to a balanced colorway of Nike’s Air Huarache Run FB. Only slightly deviating from the essential "Triple Black" release from late last year, this predominantly black iteration of the shoe is accented with a bold green heel cage and sky blue sole. Pick up this version of the Air Huarache Run FB at retailers such as Caliroots now.

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Listen to Major Lazer on ‘Diplo & Friends’

Diplo invited his Major Lazer crew to for this week’s edition of BBC Radio 1’s Diplo & Friends. In this 2-hour mix, they revisit their Jamaican dancehall roots but incorporate other electronic styles into the mix, creating something quite spectacular for the listeners. Listen to the episode and check the massive tracklist below. Tracklist: KatContinue Reading


Listen to Kendrick Lamar’s New Album ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’

Shortly on the heels of “King Kunta” hitting the web, the TDE camp has released Kendrick Lamar’s third studio album To Pimp a Butterfly a full week ahead of its scheduled debut. With considerable discussion around the album’s track…

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HEAR THIS: Kabaka Pyramid “Well Done”

Accurate! Real talk from the minister of argument and reasoning, honorable Kabaka Pyramid. “Music is the Weapon of the Future,” Fela Kuti once declared, and he used his power as an artist to bring about political change. Kabaka Pyramid follows in that proud tradition with his latest song, the sarcastically titled “Well Done,” which was produced by Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. In the tune, Kabaka blazes a fire on Jamaica’s political leaders for selling out the people and leaving the island nation in a serious predicament. “I don’t want it to look like I’m on a all-out attack against the government, but I want people to be aware that they have a say in the governance of the country,” the prolific lyricist said when asked by the Jamaica Observer newspaper. “It might be a harsh statement but I see no inclination that politicians are interested wholeheartedly in the welfare of the people.” The song makes mention of the IMF debt, and development deals with Spanish and Chinese interests. But since that time the Riverton dump fire has given the song fresh meaning. Kabaka took to Instagram today to make the connection. Audio After The Jump… Every year dis madness gwaan […]

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New Video: Young Chris Ft. Stunna Bam x Yo “What’s Important”

No Shame In Fame. Along with Houston’s Stunna Bam and Yo, Young Chris puts in more effort to work on his priorities. For the video, he tells REVOLT: “That record mean a lot to me because it’s basically us talking about getting caught up in this fame shit, the cars, the girls, the parties, the lifestyle and forget about what’s important”

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Anna Lunoe featuring Jesse Boykins III – Heartbreak In Motion (Gladiator 4AM Remix)

Gladiator has shared an R&B-leaning rework of Anna Lunoe and Jesse Boykins III’s "Heartbreak In Motion." The "4AM" remix of "Heartbreak In Motion" stands in stark contrast to the previous Gladiator flip of the song featured on Anna Lunoe’s Heartbreak In Motion Remixes EP, which showcased a darker sound. Gladiator’s latest comes after finishing a joint tourContinue Reading