Watch Young Thug’s Disastrous Video for “Wyclef Jean”

Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean,” a track inspired by The Fugees member, is one of the standout tracks of Young Thug’s critically acclaimed http://uristocrat.com/category/uristocrat/page/827/ project. Today, the record’s music video finally surfaces, and everything goes dreadfully wrong. Directed by Pomp & Clout, the video costed $100,000 USD and the Atlanta rapper hardly showed up, due to a number of reasons including having his Instagram account hacked. An altercation between Thug’s camp and the cops even occured during shooting so the directors opted instead to use B-roll footage for the final video. Watch the results above.

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Nike Gives the Classic Cortez a Premium Black & Gum Treatment

Not long ago, Nike unveiled its commemorative “Stop Pre” variant for the epochal Cortez silhouette. Now, the Swoosh is wrapping the iconic low-top in its signature black/gum color scheme. The sneaker is constructed out of premium leather with a dominating black upper alongside a “Vachetta Tan” heel, an icy white midsole and a light gum outsole.

Take a look at the latest iteration of the Cortez above and purchase the shoe at select retailers such as Afew for approximately $100 USD.

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Take a Look at the WMNS Nike Air Presto PRM Max Orange


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Inspired by the comfort and minimalism of a classic T-shirt, Nike reveals a new colorway for the Nike Air Presto Premium women’s sneaker. The “Max Orange” colorway is certainly one of the more striking ones from the range.

The original Nike Air Presto unisex shoe was created to hug the foot and provide full support. The updated women’s version brings back the revolutionary approach to comfort and fit with a premium upper plush cushioning and molded midfoot ‘fingers’. The high quality leather upper provides a comfortable, sock-like fit for added support.

The shoe’s exceptional functional use and design make it a strong option for runners and collectors alike. Luckily, the Nike Air Presto “Max Orange” is available now. Click below to purchase a pair over at Sneaker Politics:

In other sneaker news, the Air Jordan 13 Black Cat will be released this weekend.

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Watch the Trailer for Cam’Ron’s New Movie ‘10,000 Miles’


Cam’Ron is no stranger to getting in front of the camera. When he’s not making shoes with Reebok, one might catch him in such beloved films as Killa Season or Paid in Full. And now Cam has just revealed that he will be returning to the world of film for his next project, a movie titled 10,000 Miles. Watch the trailer via his Instagram below.

And if that weren’t exciting enough, the fact that Cam’Ron has reworked the classic song “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton just might be. Yes, that’s right. The film will be coming with a single doubling as a teeny-bopper staple gone hard rap. See? There are some things in 2017 to look forward to!

Revisit Cam’Rons’ music video for “Hey Ma” because you deserve it.

In other music news, Jamiroquai have surprised the world in announcing their first new album in seven years. Get the scoop on the project right here.

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The Air Jordan 13 Black Cat Drops This Weekend


The Air Jordan 13 ”Black Cat” is set for release this weekend and is tipped to be one of the brand’s more popular releases this quarter. Since the start of the year, the brand has released the Air Jordan XV ”Stealth,’, one of the highly-anticipated Jordan Brand sneakers in 2017.

The model comes in a stealthy black finish with the upper sole bearing 3M reflective detailing for versatility.  The glossy rubber sole also adds to the shoe’s blacked-out profile. The circular hologram on the heel adds further detail the Air Jordan 13, giving it a slight greenish hue. Given that the shoe is modeled on the black panther, the hologram is supposed to mimic the animal’s eye, making it one of the standout details of the Air Jordan 13 “Black Cat.”

The sneaker is priced at $190 and will available at select Jordan Brand and Nike retailers and online starting Saturday, 21. The Air Jordan 13 Black Cat is the latest Jordan shoe to be released this year, following the Air Jordan XII Low ”Max Orange.” Don’t forget to also check out our Air Jordan 2017 release calendar where you can get a look at the anticipated drops.

In other sneaker related news, Stone Island x NikeLab are working on their first footwear collaboration.

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The Air Jordan 13 Black Cat Drops This Weekend


The Air Jordan 13 ”Black Cat” is set for release this weekend and is tipped to be one of the brand’s more popular releases this quarter. Since the start of the year, the brand has released the Air Jordan XV ”Stealth,’, one of the highly-anticipated Jordan Brand sneakers in 2017.

The model comes in a stealthy black finish with the upper sole bearing 3M reflective detailing for versatility.  The glossy rubber sole also adds to the shoe’s blacked-out profile. The circular hologram on the heel adds further detail the Air Jordan 13, giving it a slight greenish hue. Given that the shoe is modeled on the black panther, the hologram is supposed to mimic the animal’s eye, making it one of the standout details of the Air Jordan 13 “Black Cat.”

The sneaker is priced at $190 and will available at select Jordan Brand and Nike retailers and online starting Saturday, 21. The Air Jordan 13 Black Cat is the latest Jordan shoe to be released this year, following the Air Jordan XII Low ”Max Orange.” Don’t forget to also check out our Air Jordan 2017 release calendar where you can get a look at the anticipated drops.

In other sneaker related news, Stone Island x NikeLab are working on their first footwear collaboration.

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Harvard’s complete photography course is now available for free online

Harvard’s 12-module photography course is now available for free online

If your resolution for 2017 is to take better photographs than your current blurry, badly composed effort, you’ll want to check out this free MOOC from Harvard University.

The school where Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates cut their teeth has uploaded the entirety of its photography course to ALISON – one of the many repositories of online learning courses.

“The most awesome stage”

Last year, Facebook’s VP of Design thought the TNW Conference main stage was the best she’d ever been on.

The course consists of twelve modules that cover the fundamentals of photography – from software tools to composition and light. There’s also a thirteenth module which serves as an assessment of all you know. If you pass this with a score of 80 percent or higher, and you can get yourself a diploma to print and hang on your wall.

Harvard, obviously, isn’t the only prestigious university that’s put its material on the Internet; UCLA, Yale, Princeton have all launched their own efforts. But most of these tend to be geared towards computer science or academics. Therefore, it’s nice to see one with more creative pursuits in mind.

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J. Cole Shares New Song “High For Hours”

J. Cole has shared a brand new song titled “High for Hours.” Produced by Elite and Cam O’bi, the track follows his latest album, 4 Your Eyez Only, which was released back in December of 2016. The soulful, reflective record finds the North Carolina rapper spitting about meeting President Barack Obama and issues in life such as abuse. Give the track a spin below and let us know what you think about.

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StockX Launches Nike LeBron “Cavs Champion Court” Pack

As mentioned in the Nike Air Zoom Generation “First Game” release date post, the Nike LeBron “Cavs Champion Court” Pack is now live.

Put on by StockX, backed by Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, this a pretty incredible collectible and early buy opp for any King James fan, hosting the following items you have to see to believe:

Sneaker: Either the Air Zoom Generation ‘First Game’ or the LeBron 14 ‘Out of Nowhere’ colorway. 23 pairs of each sneaker will be sold, making a total of 46 pairs available through the ‘Cavs Court SPO.’

Sneaker Box: A commemorative sneaker box crafted from the hardwood of the Cleveland Cavaliers court from their 2015-2016 championship season. A certificate of authenticity will include a court map showing the exact location of the wood for each box.

Cavs Championship Ring: A team issued Cavaliers 2016 NBA Championship ring (not otherwise available to the general public).

Charity: The Cavs Court SPO celebrates the relationship between the Cavaliers and the city of Cleveland’s youth. StockX is a proud supporter of Cleveland charitable and non-profit organizations and will contribute a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the ‘Cavs Court SPO’ to the Cavaliers Youth Foundation.

Can’t be mad at that. To bid, click here.

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Nike LeBron “Cavs Champion Court” Pack
Nike LeBron "Cavs Champion Court" Pack
Nike LeBron “Cavs Champion Court” Pack
Nike LeBron "Cavs Champion Court" Pack
Nike LeBron “Cavs Champion Court” Pack

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Kodie Shane touring behind ‘Zero Gravity’

Kodie Shane Zero Gravity

Atlanta sing-rapper Kodie Shane is part of Lil Yachty‘s Sailing Team crew and collaborates with him and her own music is surely benefiting a bit from his fame. She’s also the younger sister of Brandi Williams of Left Eye proteges Blaque, and she talked to Billboard about that:

You grew up in a musical family. What do you remember of that time?

Well, a long time ago, before I was actually a thought, my sister was in a group, Blaque, that was signed by [industry veteran] Tommy Mottola, but it was Left Eye’s group. When my mom and dad were dating at the time, they were doing this whole group thing with his daughter, my sister Brandi, so my mom helped develop them and they stayed at her house. She helped them become a group because [the members] didn’t really know each other. They were put together. They had to learn how to gel and just be one. After my mom helped develop them, Left Eye took them to the office and they got signed. It was pretty fire.

Did seeing your sister’s success make you want to pursue a career in music too?

Yeah because when I was a baby, they were touring and I was on tour with them. I just grew up and almost had no choice. I could do whatever I wanted to do, but it’s like for as long as I can remember, [music was] probably what I was going to do. I wanted to play basketball at one point but not really more than I wanted to entertain. I wouldn’t even say just being an artist — I wanted to entertain.

In that same interview, she lists Bow Wow, Ashanti & Ja Rule, 50 Cent, Dipset, R Kelly, Fabolous, Ludacris and T.I. as early influences, discusses working with Yachty, and more. You can read more here. Check out some videos (including the one for her Lil Yachty collab “Sad”) and her December 2016 EP Zero Gravity below.

Kodie is touring in February, including a Brooklyn show on February 19 at Knitting Factory. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.

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Kodie Shane — 2017 Tour Dates
Feb 16 Black Cat Washington, DC
Feb 17 Trocadero Balcony Philadelphia, PA
Feb 19 Knitting Factory Brooklyn, NY
Feb 20 Middle East Cambridge, MA
Feb 22 Velvet Underground Toronto, Canada
Feb 23 The Loving Touch Ferndale, MI
Feb 24 Subterranean Chicago, IL
Feb 25 Grand Live at Venue Oakland Oakland, CA
Feb 28 Los Globos Los Angeles, CA

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Kodie Shane touring behind ‘Zero Gravity’

Kodie Shane Zero Gravity

Atlanta sing-rapper Kodie Shane is part of Lil Yachty‘s Sailing Team crew and collaborates with him and her own music is surely benefiting a bit from his fame. She’s also the younger sister of Brandi Williams of Left Eye proteges Blaque, and she talked to Billboard about that:

You grew up in a musical family. What do you remember of that time?

Well, a long time ago, before I was actually a thought, my sister was in a group, Blaque, that was signed by [industry veteran] Tommy Mottola, but it was Left Eye’s group. When my mom and dad were dating at the time, they were doing this whole group thing with his daughter, my sister Brandi, so my mom helped develop them and they stayed at her house. She helped them become a group because [the members] didn’t really know each other. They were put together. They had to learn how to gel and just be one. After my mom helped develop them, Left Eye took them to the office and they got signed. It was pretty fire.

Did seeing your sister’s success make you want to pursue a career in music too?

Yeah because when I was a baby, they were touring and I was on tour with them. I just grew up and almost had no choice. I could do whatever I wanted to do, but it’s like for as long as I can remember, [music was] probably what I was going to do. I wanted to play basketball at one point but not really more than I wanted to entertain. I wouldn’t even say just being an artist — I wanted to entertain.

In that same interview, she lists Bow Wow, Ashanti & Ja Rule, 50 Cent, Dipset, R Kelly, Fabolous, Ludacris and T.I. as early influences, discusses working with Yachty, and more. You can read more here. Check out some videos (including the one for her Lil Yachty collab “Sad”) and her December 2016 EP Zero Gravity below.

Kodie is touring in February, including a Brooklyn show on February 19 at Knitting Factory. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.

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Kodie Shane — 2017 Tour Dates
Feb 16 Black Cat Washington, DC
Feb 17 Trocadero Balcony Philadelphia, PA
Feb 19 Knitting Factory Brooklyn, NY
Feb 20 Middle East Cambridge, MA
Feb 22 Velvet Underground Toronto, Canada
Feb 23 The Loving Touch Ferndale, MI
Feb 24 Subterranean Chicago, IL
Feb 25 Grand Live at Venue Oakland Oakland, CA
Feb 28 Los Globos Los Angeles, CA

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5 Reasons I’m Optimistic About Africa


A recent opinion poll found that the majority of Americans are optimistic about 2017. And they should be. The world, of course, faces many challenges. But year after year, life is getting better for more people on our planet.

For my first blog of the new year, I want to share evidence of this trend from a place where many people wouldn’t expect to find it—Africa. It’s one of my favorite places to go for a fresh perspective on how the world is improving. I saw this in-person last year during my trips to South Africa and Ethiopia.

Although 2016 was a tough year for many African economies, almost every trend on the continent has been moving in the right direction over the last decade. Per capita income, foreign investment, agricultural productivity, mobile banking, entrepreneurship, immunization rates, and school enrollment are all heading upwards. Poverty, armed conflicts, HIV, malaria, and child mortality are all on the decline—steeply so in many places.

If you want to get a better picture of what African countries look like today and why I see the glass as more than half full, here are five things that make me more optimistic than ever about the continent:


These Images Are Worth Way More than a Thousand Words


Everyday Africa is one of Melinda and my favorite Instagram profiles. It shows what the vast, culturally diverse continent of Africa is like beyond the lazy stereotypes. I’m not much of a photographer myself, but I’m a big admirer of people who can make one image tell a compelling story. These images, most of which are posted by African photographers, do so in beautiful, creative, and sometimes funny ways. “Everyday” and “normal” are usually something we associate with “boring.” Not here! Please see for yourself.


These Hybrids Will Improve the Lives of Half a Billion People


In the developed world, most people eat the root vegetable cassava only in tapioca pudding or bubble tea. But in Africa, it’s the primary staple for half a billion people and the continent’s most popular crop. That’s why I’m super excited that scientists are using the most advanced hybridization techniques for the benefit of cassava farmers and those who depend on the crop. With the support of UK Department for International Development and our foundation, scientists are making great progress developing hybrids that are resistant to the major virus that cuts down on cassava yields (cassava mosaic virus). At the same time, these scientists are breeding strains that have more nutrients than the strains under cultivation today. 


Grandmothers … We Get the Job Done!


You know the old saying “success has many fathers?” It turns out success has many grandmothers as well, especially when it comes to reducing maternal and child deaths. Across many different African cultures, grandmothers are powerful authority figures when it comes to a wide variety of health, pregnancy, and child-rearing issues. As a result, NGOs are now enlisting grandmothers as key agents of change for women and girls, especially in rural areas where there are not nearly enough midwives and other health professionals. Grandmothers are helping to guide pregnant women to health facilities and educating them about proper prenatal care. They’re helping to change attitudes about female genital mutilation (FGM). They’re helping to increase newborn vaccination rates. They’re helping women space their pregnancies for health and safety. As Dr. Bouna Sall related to the Thomson Reuters Foundation, “Everyone obeys the grandmothers. Through them we can change many things.”


Families Leapfrog the Grid


In sub-Saharan Africa, the majority of people in rural areas live in the dark, without access to the electrical grid. But new technologies are changing that picture much more quickly than even we optimists expected. Small entrepreneurs, backed by the U.S. government and private companies, are selling affordable solar kits that help rural families leapfrog their way to clean, reliable energy. These solar kits are lighting homes for the first time, allowing children to continue learning after dark. They are powering mobile phones and radios, connecting households to the wider world. They are allowing small businesses to operate longer, producing more family income. They also improve health, because they’re much safer than kerosene and other traditional fuels.


My Favorite Soap Opera


When I was in South Africa last year for the International AIDS Conference, I caught a fascinating TV show one night. The show is called “Rhythm City,” and it’s the most popular soap opera in South Africa. The show, which has characters speaking in the four main languages of South Africa (Xhosa, Zulu, English, and Afrikaans), revolves around people trying to break into the music industry. Some of the storylines are a bit out there (it is a soap opera, after all), but when you see the show it really brings home how far South Africa has come since the end of apartheid. You take a step into the lives of everyday South Africans who are dealing with the relationship and business issues you’d see anywhere in the world. As the continent continues to develop and thrive, I predict we’ll see many other shows like this in other countries. 









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5 Reasons I’m Optimistic About Africa


A recent opinion poll found that the majority of Americans are optimistic about 2017. And they should be. The world, of course, faces many challenges. But year after year, life is getting better for more people on our planet.

For my first blog of the new year, I want to share evidence of this trend from a place where many people wouldn’t expect to find it—Africa. It’s one of my favorite places to go for a fresh perspective on how the world is improving. I saw this in-person last year during my trips to South Africa and Ethiopia.

Although 2016 was a tough year for many African economies, almost every trend on the continent has been moving in the right direction over the last decade. Per capita income, foreign investment, agricultural productivity, mobile banking, entrepreneurship, immunization rates, and school enrollment are all heading upwards. Poverty, armed conflicts, HIV, malaria, and child mortality are all on the decline—steeply so in many places.

If you want to get a better picture of what African countries look like today and why I see the glass as more than half full, here are five things that make me more optimistic than ever about the continent:


These Images Are Worth Way More than a Thousand Words


Everyday Africa is one of Melinda and my favorite Instagram profiles. It shows what the vast, culturally diverse continent of Africa is like beyond the lazy stereotypes. I’m not much of a photographer myself, but I’m a big admirer of people who can make one image tell a compelling story. These images, most of which are posted by African photographers, do so in beautiful, creative, and sometimes funny ways. “Everyday” and “normal” are usually something we associate with “boring.” Not here! Please see for yourself.


These Hybrids Will Improve the Lives of Half a Billion People


In the developed world, most people eat the root vegetable cassava only in tapioca pudding or bubble tea. But in Africa, it’s the primary staple for half a billion people and the continent’s most popular crop. That’s why I’m super excited that scientists are using the most advanced hybridization techniques for the benefit of cassava farmers and those who depend on the crop. With the support of UK Department for International Development and our foundation, scientists are making great progress developing hybrids that are resistant to the major virus that cuts down on cassava yields (cassava mosaic virus). At the same time, these scientists are breeding strains that have more nutrients than the strains under cultivation today. 


Grandmothers … We Get the Job Done!


You know the old saying “success has many fathers?” It turns out success has many grandmothers as well, especially when it comes to reducing maternal and child deaths. Across many different African cultures, grandmothers are powerful authority figures when it comes to a wide variety of health, pregnancy, and child-rearing issues. As a result, NGOs are now enlisting grandmothers as key agents of change for women and girls, especially in rural areas where there are not nearly enough midwives and other health professionals. Grandmothers are helping to guide pregnant women to health facilities and educating them about proper prenatal care. They’re helping to change attitudes about female genital mutilation (FGM). They’re helping to increase newborn vaccination rates. They’re helping women space their pregnancies for health and safety. As Dr. Bouna Sall related to the Thomson Reuters Foundation, “Everyone obeys the grandmothers. Through them we can change many things.”


Families Leapfrog the Grid


In sub-Saharan Africa, the majority of people in rural areas live in the dark, without access to the electrical grid. But new technologies are changing that picture much more quickly than even we optimists expected. Small entrepreneurs, backed by the U.S. government and private companies, are selling affordable solar kits that help rural families leapfrog their way to clean, reliable energy. These solar kits are lighting homes for the first time, allowing children to continue learning after dark. They are powering mobile phones and radios, connecting households to the wider world. They are allowing small businesses to operate longer, producing more family income. They also improve health, because they’re much safer than kerosene and other traditional fuels.


My Favorite Soap Opera


When I was in South Africa last year for the International AIDS Conference, I caught a fascinating TV show one night. The show is called “Rhythm City,” and it’s the most popular soap opera in South Africa. The show, which has characters speaking in the four main languages of South Africa (Xhosa, Zulu, English, and Afrikaans), revolves around people trying to break into the music industry. Some of the storylines are a bit out there (it is a soap opera, after all), but when you see the show it really brings home how far South Africa has come since the end of apartheid. You take a step into the lives of everyday South Africans who are dealing with the relationship and business issues you’d see anywhere in the world. As the continent continues to develop and thrive, I predict we’ll see many other shows like this in other countries. 









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Celebrities Bid Farewell to Obama in Emotional Tribute Video

Just a day before the Obama’s official farewell party in the White House, the “Yes We Can” video was released, a tribute to the Obama presidency. In the video, which you can watch here above, people share their most memorable moments from the Obama Presidency of the past eight years. Jerry Seinfeld, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Jordan, and Leonardo DiCaprio are among the many celebrities who have issued an emotional farewell video for President Barack Obama.

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The NBA is streaming a game live to Facebook for the first time — but only in India

Sunday’s Warriors v. Kings matchup will be free for Facebook users in India.

The NBA will livestream a regular season basketball game directly to Facebook for the first time on Sunday, but there’s a catch: The game, a matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings, will only be available to Facebook users in India.

The livestream is tied to an in-stadium promotion from the Sacramento Kings — Sunday at the arena is Bollywood Night. (Kings owner Vivek Ranadive also grew up in India.)

Facebook users in India won’t need to pay to watch the game, and will see the local Kings and Warriors broadcasts that are usually available as part of the NBA’s International League Pass subscription, according to a league spokesperson.

The stream won’t include commercials, so viewers will see the in-stadium entertainment during stoppages in play. It’s unknown if Facebook paid the NBA to stream the game. A League spokesperson declined to comment on financial terms of the deal, and Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The NBA already streams a lot of content on both Facebook and Twitter, but has never livestreamed an actual NBA game on those platforms. Those games are valuable, and broadcasters like Turner and ESPN pay billions of dollars for the rights to stream them weekly in the U.S.

But the NBA has experimented with livestreaming other basketball content on social platforms before. Over the summer, the NBA streamed some USA Basketball exhibition games ahead of the Olympics on Facebook, and also streams games from the NBA Development League to the social network.

It also has a formal deal with Twitter to stream made-for-Twitter shows on the platform a few times a week, but not games. The NBA also streams one game per week in virtual reality.

The NBA says that this is a one off scenario, not a piece of any larger partnership. But digital platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and Yahoo are all eager to stream professional sports, and it’s possible we’ll see more of these types of deals moving forward.

Twitter just wrapped up its first season streaming some of the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games, and also streams some NBA and NHL games. Facebook has streamed MLB games in the past as well.

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Nike Kyrie 3 “Hyper Cobalt” // Release Date

Kyrie Irving’s days at Duke were limited due to injury. Still, he was the first pick in the 2011 NBA Draft and quickly became one of the best players in the league and an NBA champion. Nike Basketball pays tribute to his alma mater with this “Hyper Cobalt” colorway due out next month.

Outfitted in a clean white upper with black accents seen at the Swoosh, blue accents fill the remainder of the model to drive home the Dukies aesthetic.

Slated to release on February 1, grab a closer look at the Nike Kyrie 3 “Hyper Cobalt” below.

Nike Kyrie 3 “Hyper Cobalt”

Colorway: Hyper Cobalt/White-Chlorine Blue-Volt
Style #: 852395-102
Release Date: February 1, 2017
Price: $120

Nike Kyrie 3 "Hyper Cobalt"
Nike Kyrie 3 “Hyper Cobalt”
Nike Kyrie 3 "Hyper Cobalt"
Nike Kyrie 3 “Hyper Cobalt”

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Nike KD 9 Red/White // Available Now

While images of the Nike KD 9 Red/White had been circulating online for a while, the shoe had avoided retailers throughout 2016. To start the new year though this collegiate colorway is available now at Nike.

Simplistic in nature sporting a red Flyknit upper paired with white accents, grab this Nike KD 9 Red/White for $150 here.

Nike KD 9 Red/White
Nike KD 9 Red/White
Nike KD 9 Red/White
Nike KD 9 Red/White

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White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail // First Look

Releasing alongside a host of collaborative kicks and apparel offerings, the White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail offers perhaps the biggest treat for sneakerheads up on their style. Two takes see blunt Black/White and bold Navy/Red styling, with collaborative tab and tongue branding aiding the aesthetic of this outdoor wear. Peep both makeups in the photos below and look for these to launch at select adidas Originals accounts on January 19th.

White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail

Release Date: January 19th, 2017

White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail
White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail
White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail
White Mountaineering x adidas NMD Trail

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