Supreme 2015 Fall/Winter Graphic Tees

Following its recent Levi’s collaboration, skate and streetwear giant Supreme returns with another batch of graphic tees for 2015 fall/winter. Its latest release sees the New York imprint toy with loud colors and engaging graphics, with underlying punk riffs inherently blended in with upfront, retro styles. Check out Supreme’s winter range at its online store.

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‘Concussion’ Official Trailer #2 Starring Will Smith

In the second full-length trailer for the biopic based on Dr. Bennet Omalu’s monumental discoveries, we get a closer look at the dark journey that the forensic neuropathologist trekked. Based on the 2009 GQ article "Game Brain" by Jeanna Marie Laskas, Concussion portrays the true story of how Omalu made the first discovery of CTE (a degenerative disease caused by football-related brain trauma) and then set out to bring awareness to the issue by confronting the NFL. In a remarkable David vs. Goliath story, the film shows how the NFL continued to deny the links between football and CTE as the American immigrant relentlessly strove to uncover the truth. The film stars Albert Brooks, Alec Baldwin, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Paul Reiser and Luke Wilson. Concussion will hit theaters on Christmas Day.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low Black/Gum

Hot on the heels of a white/gum drop earlier this fall comes a black/gum take on the Air Force 1 from Nike Sportswear. Following the same color-blocking scheme as the aforementioned white colorway, the design simply sports a monochromatic upper atop a gum rubber sole unit. In this case, however, the kicks swap out premium tumbled leather for a predominately suede upper.
The black/gum Air Force 1 low-top can be picked up at NSW spots and Nike’s own web store now for $90 USD.

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Kanye West Says His Upcoming Album Is Getting “Better Every Week”

Kanye West gives us an update on "Swish."

Kanye West’s forthcoming album is long overdue. He’s been supplying the world with updates for over a year now, and has even shared it with some of his celebrity friends. One of those lucky listeners is Big Boy of "Big Boy’s Neighborhood Morning Show." And according to him, he can’t wait for you to hear a fraction of what he already heard.

The host’s opinion seems to go right with Kanye’s brief update. When asked about the LP, the emcee mentioned the work he’s been putting in and the reasons it’s been taking so long. "I don’t want to overly describe it or overly try hype it up," he told Big Boy. "The work is slow. I’ve had a while to work on it." He continued, "I keep working to find the language I’m trying to say on my album, just in the lab every night. It’s like a sonic painting. It’s get better and better every week."

In addition to mentioning the records he pulled from his album to give to Rihanna and The Weeknd, he also spoke about his recent performance at the Hollywood Bowl.  "It allowed me to express myself more and still do a creative jump," he said, reflecting on 808s and Heartbreak. "There’s some vindication in performing that album. It got panned when it dropped and people were just dissing me and calling me crazy as usual , and now it basically became the sound of radio. "

Hear the full interview over on HHNM.


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Big Boi Says OutKast Turned Down the Super Bowl

Big Boi Says OutKast Turned Down the Super Bowl

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Big Boi appeared on today’s episode of ESPN’s "The Dan LeBatard Show", where he was asked about the most memorable sporting event he ever played. After replying, Big Boi then mentioned that OutKast were once invited to play the Super Bowl halftime show, but they turned down the opportunity because André 3000 wouldn’t agree to perform anything but full songs. Listen to his comments here around the four-minute mark. (Thanks to Bryce Segall for the tip.)

The songs in question were "The Way You Move" and "Hey Ya!". According to Big Boi, the Super Bowl organizers wouldn’t have given them enough time to do both songs in full. Big Boi said,"[Andre] didn’t want to cut the songs, he wanted to do the full songs. He said, ‘Nah, can’t do it.’"

When asked if Big Boi tried to convince André to change his mind, Big Boi said: "A lot." He also said they’ve recently laughed about it. "Hopefully they invite us back," he said.

Big Boi implies that they were asked to play the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show. That’s when the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" incident happened during Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson’s performance. So, André’s artistic scruples may have changed the course of history. What could have been? 

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How Has YEEZY Season 1 Really Been Selling?

When the prices for YEEZY Season 1 were revealed, many people were understandably shocked. Given Kanye’s grand declarations of making clothes for the masses and democratizing fashion, $600 sweatpants and $3,000 jackets were a bit of a surprise to say the least. While there’s no doubting that the collection would be one of – if […]

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Santigold Announces New Album 99¢, Shares “Can’t Get Enough of Myself”

Santigold Announces New Album 99¢, Shares "Can't Get Enough of Myself"

Santigold is back with a new album, 99¢, the follow up to her 2012 album Master of My Make-Believe. Today on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, she premiered the single "Can’t Get Enough of Myself", which features B.C., and chatted with Zane about the new record. That’s the album art above.

Earlier this year, Santigold contributed the song "Radio" to the film Paper Towns.

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