The-Dream Releases Artwork for Upcoming “That’s My Sh* t”

Terius Youngdell Nash, aka The-Dream, has revealed the single artwork for an upcoming new song featuring T.I. titled “That’s My Sh*t.” The album, which remains unnamed, is said to be arriving in 2015 and will feature the earlier released single “Fruition.” The artwork for the single, which was unveiled via Dream’s Instagram, does not revealContinue Reading

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Nike Air Huarache Run FB “Graphite”

Nike is squeezing in one last colorway of its popular Nike Air Huarache Run sneaker before the year comes to an end. Sporting a statement grey upper, this pair of Nike Air Huarache Run FB’s utilizes a variety of textures in its complexion, such as a neoprene sockliner, rubber midsole, and mesh toebox. The shoes are finished with matching colored grey laces, and a crimson tinted outsole. The “Graphite” are currently available from select Nike stockists worldwide, including Foot Patrol.

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The Interview Is Sony’s Most Successful Online Film

Since the rumors of its mere ideation, Seth Rogen and James Franco’s The Interview has been the focus of major media attention. Links to cyberterrorist counteractions by North Korea – the country of consideration in this dark comedy – did little to deter Sony from petitioning online platforms such as Google Play and YouTube. It seems the gamble has, literally, paid off though, as the controversial film has reportedly generated over $15 million USD in online rentals and purchases since its debut just days ago – making it Sony’s most successful online film ever. Drawn from 2 million customers, it seems as if the global audience, which could have well ignored The Interview, has instead fearlessly supported the film in the face of consequence. If you haven’t already, rent the film here.

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adidas Superstar 80s Deluxe OG Vintage White/Black

The adidas Superstar 80s has returned in an appealing OG colorway. Sporting an off-white leather upper, and a matching rubber outsole, the sneaker’s simplistic look is finished with adidas’ three stripes in black, in union with the black heel tab, while a gold adidas label proudly takes on the tongue. This retro-inspired pair will be available next month over at Afew for the retail price of €119.95 EUR (approximately $150 USD).

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Life + Times Interviews Brandblack Founder David Raysse

It feels like the footwear market has been long dominated by the same parties, backed by million-dollar marketing plans, performance science of some variety, and strategic partnerships. David Raysse’s Brandblack may not have the same market clout as its competitors, but given that the brand launched only in April 2014 – its core identity is titillatingly impressive. Now poised to launch the second professional model for Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, Raysse hopes that his extensive knowledge will continue to disrupt the sportswear market in 2015. Here the Brandblack founder speaks to Life + Times, touching on his experiences with FILA, Sean John, and adidas, experimenting with exciting new materials (leather that breathes!), and more. Enjoy a key excerpt of truth below, then head to Life + Times’ website for the full feature.
L+T: Talk about the FUTURELEGENDS collection that has some of everything, apparel, shoes, etc.
DR: Well the name came from a David Bowie song on the album Diamond Dogs, and we liked the idea because it’s what we aspire to be. I think it reflects the mindset of trying to do things that are timeless. It’s not so much about us thinking that we’re future legends, but in order to be a future legend all of your work has to be as good as it can be, it can’t just be disposable short-term music, art or whatever. Our first collection that we put together had a lifestyle and a performance segment. Then we came to the realization that if Brandblack is about marrying those two together, then the shoes and apparel should always be both. So, all the apparel in the FUTURELEGENDS collection is both fashionable and performing. Aesthetically, it’s gotten a lot more futuristic and dark and there a lot of new, innovative materials on there that you’ve seen in fashion but actually are perfect for performance. Using the kind of mesh that you use on running shoes on sweatshirts, so it kind of has the look of an old P.E. sweatshirt but it’s actually made out of really technical mesh that you would see on performance shoes. We’ve got a basketball top and bottom that is made out of a micro-fiber that’s been embossed and looks just like leather, but 100 percent moisture-wicking performance micro-fiber material. So, we’re really excited about that, it’s a nice balance for the footwear.

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Nike to Change Online Release Time

For those who would rather camp out online then outside, Nike is planning to the change the time in which its online releases will be available. While many have grown accustomed to expecting kicks to go live on Nikestore at 8am EST/5am PST, the Swoosh will be switching things up come January 3rd. The first […]

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DJ Mustard vs. YG

Mustard On The Beef. Despite a banner year, it looks like DJ Mustard and YG are going to end 2014 on a sour note. Earlier, Mustard revealed on Instagram that he hasn’t been compensated for his work on YG’s debut, My Krazy Life. The rapper screen grabbed the post and responded via his account: Wait what? @djmustard FUCK YOU NIGGA FUCK EVERYBODY THATT AINT GOT PAID FOR MY ALBUM and DJ MUSTARD I KNOW WHERE YO STUDIO AT NIGGA. & […]

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