N.W.A Returns To Billboard Charts

Niggaz With Hits. Better late than never. While the film, Straight Outta Compton remains at the top of the Box Office, N.W.A’s 1988 single of the same name makes its debut on the Billboard Top 100 at number 38. This marks the collectives first top 40 hit ever. Meanwhile, the album itself currently takes the number 4 spot on the Billboard Top 200 right below Dr. Dre’s recent release, Compton at number 3. The late Eazy-E also scores his third Hot 100 with […]

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Lemaire x Uniqlo 2015 Fall/Winter Lookbook

After a bit of deliberation, Uniqlo and Lemaire have finally unveiled their inaugural collaboration via a new lookbook. The revered French label brings its brand of Parisian cool to Uniqlo’s audience, making an elegant offering comprised of subtle, simple pieces intended to boost your wardrobe. With a particular attention paid to fabrics and materials, here highlights include a felted wool blazer, waterproof cotton trench coat, wool and cashmere flannel trousers, and extra fine merino sweaters. Offered in a versatile color palette of navy, cream, black and beige, look for the Lemaire x Uniqlo Fall/Winter 2015 collection online and in-store beginning October 2.

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Nike Kobe 10 “Mambacurial” Release Date

Kobe Bryant recently celebrated his 37 birthday. Far removed from Lower Merion High and accompanying Brandy Norwood to her senior prom, Bean is now well into his mid 30’s and an all-time great. Things worked out well. Yet, the hope is that this pillar of our current generation of hoops gracefully fades to legend status […]

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Action Bronson Goes to Hawaii in New Episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious”

Action Bronson Goes to Hawaii in New Episode of "Fuck, That's Delicious"

Today brings a new episode of Action Bronson‘s web food series, "Fuck That’s Delicious". This time, Bronson revisits a trip he took to Hawaii at the end of last year by making poke, a local raw fish salad. He prepares two versions: a traditional spin, as well as a vegan rendition with golden beets. We also see Bronson hit up the market for fresh ingredients, plus highlights from last year’s Pipeline Masters surfing competition in Hawaii, which Bronson attended. Check it out below.

Previously on "Fuck, That’s Delicious", Bronson hit up the Odd Future Carnivalate hot dogs with RiFF RAFF and encountered Mike Ditkarode a fanboat and educated us on "swamp fruit", explained how to make guacamole, educated us about "white trash bruschetta", concocted a Baklava milkshaketoured NYC, and learned how to make Albanian pastry from his aunt.

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Solange, Dev Hynes, Moses Sumney Cover Nina Simone’s “To Be Young, Gifted and Black”

Solange, Dev Hynes, Moses Sumney Cover Nina Simone's "To Be Young, Gifted and Black"

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Last night, Solange performed at FYF Fest in Los Angeles. Alongside Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange), Moses Sumney, and KING, she covered Nina Simone‘s "To Be Young, Gifted and Black". She’s now shared footage of the musicians rehearsing that cover.

"It was a really special and spiritual moment of solidarity and pride, in celebrating our blackness," Solange said. "I was so grateful to share that with such beautiful like minded artists."

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Armies Of Stephen Curry And Misty Copeland Clones Train In New Under Armour Campaign

The brand’s new ad sees the superstars multiply to illustrate the hard work necessary for success.

It begins with ballerina Misty Copeland, golfer Jordan Spieth, and NBA point guard Stephen Curry staring into the camera, confident and determined. Then things multiply, as the athletic superstars perform part of their practice regimen they become sprawling armies of themselves, looking like a cross between a clone training camp and the Arirang Mass Games.

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A Closer Look at the Air Jordan 6 Retro Low “Chrome”

Having hit our pages just over a week ago, here we take a closer inspection of the Air Jordan 6 Retro Low release that released over the weekend. The sneaker comes as a follow-up to the "Chrome" release back in 2002, with the AJ6 here dropping some ankle support in favor of a sleeker result. The "Chrome" colorway finds the shoe outfitted with black nubuck throughout the upper and complimented with a clean "Ice" outsole. Hits of silver line the Max Air cushioning at the heel, as well as the signature Jumpman logo on the laceguards. One of the cleaner, subtler iterations of the silhouette, pick up this iteration of the Air Jordan 6 Retro Low at retailers such as Sneaker Politics now.

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Steph Curry Multiplies In Under Armour’s “Rule Yourself” Commercial

Sports are equal parts physical and mental, with millions of combinations and movements available at each athlete’s disposal. Here Under Armour gives physical realization to those single ideas with its latest commercial: "Rule Yourself." Starring dancer Misty Copeland and golfer Jordan Speith alongside the NBA 2015 MVP Steph Curry, the video multiplies each player’s moments of training to underline that the greats are the sum of their individual training methods. Peep the commercial above and dive into the campaign over here.

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