Although we’ve seen previews of the shoe multiple times in the past, the elusive black Air Jordan 10 “OVO” was always somewhat of a mystery. An enigma no longer, the famed “OVO” 10’s in black will release during NBA All-Star Weekend. Considering the festivities take place in Toronto, hometown of Drake, this release makes perfect […]
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A proper sendoff to 2015, adidas introduced the extremely well received NMD silhouette. A unique take on Boost cushioning and Primeknit construction, the shoe is poised for a big year. And this triple black iteration will certainly be among the most revered styles. In what will ignite the industry as dyed Boost tooling opens up […]
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Following a first look earlier this week, today the Air Jordan 12 “Valentine’s Day” is vindicated with a Jordan Release Date. Dropping just slightly over a week before the namesake holiday, ladies can get their hands on this white and Dynamic Pink Air Jordan 12 on February 6. The color blocking is simple and acts […]
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On last night’s episode of "Saturday Night Live", former cast member Fred Armisen paid tribute to David Bowie, as well as the lasting impact Bowie’s 1979 "SNL" performance made on Armisen as a teenager. Now, "SNL" has made the performance available to view. Check out Armisen’s tribute and videos of "Boys Keep Swinging," "TVC-15," and "The Man Who Sold the World" below.
Armisen said, "David Bowie transformed whatever space he was in, whatever medium he was using, and that night for me, he transformed live television."
‘Purple Reign’ is here.
Under civil forfeiture laws, police officers can take money from people with no proof of any wrongdoing, and without filing criminal charges. How does this work, and what happens to the money?
This A$AP Rocky x GUESS collaboration takes you on a Trip to the ’90s.
Early next month, HBO will be launching a new series titled Animals. The animated show centers around a slew of anthropomorphic creatures in New York City, featuring everything from rats and pigeons to bedbugs, cats and dogs. Animals was created by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, and it will welcome a slew of celebrity guest […]
This is the first edition of In Real Terms, a new column analyzing the week in economics news. We’re still experimenting with the format, so tell us what you think. Email me or drop a note in the comments. Sure, last week’s jobs report was great, gas is cheap and President Obama says the U.S. […]
Wall Street is crooked. This is not really a surprise to anyone. I lived on the street. And I worked on the street. Wall Street starts at broadway and continues down to Water Street. Along the way, it gets crooked. Right around Broad Street it starts to curve. If you are standing at one end […]
The president has spoken and ended the debate once and for all. When asked who would win in a rap battle — Drake or Kendrick Lamar — President Obama insisted, “Gotta go with Kendrick. I’m just saying. I think Drake is an outstanding entertainer. But Kendrick, his lyrics—his last album was outstanding. The best album, I think, […]
Mayer Hawthorne’s first solo album in three years is on the horizon.
The city’s hometown son receives yet another accolade.
On February 26, Santigold will drop her new album 99¢. (The record was originally slated to arrive next week, but has been pushed back.) Following the tracks "Can’t Get Enough of Myself" and "Who Be Lovin’ Me" (featuring iLoveMakonnen), she’s shared "Chasing Shadows," another cut from the album. The track premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC 1 radio show; listen here at the 59:25 mark.
Read our interview with Santigold about the new album.
Here’s Santigold and Makonnen’s cameo-filled "Who Be Lovin’ Me" video:
James Blake returned for his BBC Radio 1 Residency show this evening, joined by Mount Kimbie‘s Dominic Maker and Connan Mockasin. In addition to spinning cuts from Joanna Newsom, Three 6 Mafia, and DJ Rashad, they paid tribute to David Bowie by playing "We Are the Dead" and "Blackstar." Toward the end of the show, they also played Mockasin’s cover of Rexy’s 1981 song "Running Out of Time."
Listen to the entire mix here, via the BBC.
Watch Blake perform "CMYK" at Pitchfork Music Festival 2011:
Unity No matter what color you are or what set you claim, we are all one. In support of Kendrick Lamar’s Reebok shoes, we head to Watts, CA where Jay Rock and Glasses Malone discuss the importance of giving back to the community.
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