Nike KD VII Lifestyle “Challenge Red”

The Nike KD VII Lifestyle receives a festive makeover this holiday season and we are presented with the "Challenge Red" rendition. Intended for off-court use, the sneaker is constructed with premium materials such as a red suede upper and leather looped eyelets, which are complemented by the webbed overlays. Moving down, we find a translucent ice sole, while finishing touches include Vachetta Tan leather patches on the heel pull tab and tongue label, as well as a laser etched swoosh on the toe. The Nike KD VD VII Lifestyle "Challenge Red" will be available at Nike on December 6 for $115 USD.

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Air Jordan 13 Retro Black/Infrared

Following the release of the Air Jordan 6 black/infrared, the Air Jordan 13 Retro is the latest OG model to don the fan-favorite color scheme. Sporting a premium black tumbled leather upper, the sneaker features black suede details along the upper linings as a green eyelet adorns the middle of the heel. Vibrant infrared details decorate both the signature contoured midsole and the Jumpman logo stitched at the upper tongue, providing an eye-catching contrast to the sleek silhouette. Anticipate the Air Jordan 13 Retro black/infrared to release in the near future at select Jordan accounts, including Wish.

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Solebox x Diadora N9000 “Ferro”

Longstanding Italian sporting label Diadora has teamed up with Berlin-based footwear purveyors Solebox to present the N9000 "Ferro." Remaking the classic runner for the modern day, the fetching pair builds on colorways inspired by the Venetian Gondola. Crafted from premium kangaroo leather, a light blue base adorns the upper and is overlaid by grey suede panels at the forefoot, quarter and vamp. Alcantara lining continues the sneaker’s luxe motifs, while reflective silver ballistic mesh adds to the sneaker’s bold look. The tonal grey hits are furthered onto the midsole, providing contrast to the classic white rubber sole. Priced at €170 EUR (approximately $210 USD), the "Ferro" will be available exclusively via Solebox from January 24.

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Lil Wayne’s Manager Says Everything Is “Good” With Cash Money, Wayne Continues to Call Himself a “Prisoner”

Lil Wayne's Manager Says Everything Is "Good" With Cash Money, Wayne Continues to Call Himself a "Prisoner"

Yesterday, Lil Wayne claimed that his label, Cash Money Records, was refusing to release the long delayed Tha Carter V. He also referred to himself as "a prisoner" and claimed he wanted off the label, with whom he’s been associated for his entire career.

But in a short interview with TMZ conducted outside of a club, Wayne’s manager, Cortez Bryant, claimed that everything is "good" with Cash Money. He says that if everything wasn’t good, he wouldn’t be at the club. (Sound logic, I think.) His answers are short and fairly aloof, but when the cameraman asks where Wayne would go, Bryant responds, "We’re here, we’re staying." Watch the interview below.

This morning, Wayne posted a photo to his Instagram, in which he continued to call himself "a prisoner". He also said: "I don’t blame ya if ya fed up with waiting 4 me & this album." 

The standing offer from Pusha T to join G.O.O.D. Music is, presumably, still on the table. As is one from Diplo.

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Grammy Awards Nominations Announced

Grammy Awards Nominations Announced

The nominations for the 2015 Grammy Awards continue to roll in. Rather than do a big announcement of everything all at once, this year, the Recording Academy has decided to reveal the categories slowly throughout the day, via the Twitter accounts of various celebrities. All except for Album of  the Year: that announcement will be made tonight during the "A Very Grammy Christmas" special on CBS.

"Fancy" by Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX, "Chandelier" by Sia, "Stay With Me" (Darkchild version) by Sam Smith, "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift, and "All About That Bass" by Meghan Trainor are nominated for Record of the Year.

The Song of the Year nominees are "Chandelier", "Shake It Off", "All About That Bass", "Stay With Me", and Hozier’s "Take Me to Church". (Sorry, "Fancy".)

Haim, Bastille, Sam Smith, Iggy Azeala, and Brandy Clark have been nominated for Best New Artist, as announced by Alanis Morissette.

Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig announced the Best Alternative Music Album nominees, which are Arcade Fire, Jack White, St. Vincent, Alt-J, and Cage the Elephant.

Jack White, Beck, Ryan Adams, the Black Keys, and Paramore are up for Best Rock Song. Weirdly, Jared Leto got to announce the Best Rock Album nominees: U2, the Black Keys, Beck, Ryan Adams, and Tom Petty.

LL Cool J announced the Best Rap Performance nominations: Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Childish Gambino, Lecrae.

Four categories were revealed on "CBS This Morning" by Pharrell and Ed Sheeran: Record of the Year, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Country Album. Ryan Seacrest announced the Best Pop Solo performance nominees (John Legend, Sia, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, Pharrell) on his show.

Other nominees include Beyoncé, Pharrell, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, and Ariana Grande. Find the full list on the Grammys’ Twitter.

The 57th Grammy Awards take place on February 8, 2015.

Congrats @theGRAMMYs Best Alt Music Album noms @alt_J @arcadefire @CageTheElephant @st_vincent @thirdmanrecords https://t.co/7IJob990Aq

— Vampire Weekend (@vampireweekend) December 5, 2014

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Watch Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ with Fred Armisen

Known for his work both on Saturday Night Live as well as his critique on life in Portland for IFC’s Portlandia, it seems only fitting that Jerry Seinfeld’s latest guest on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Fred Armisen, shows Seinfeld…

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Arternative 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook

If you don’t know much about Antwerp, Arternative’s new 2014 fall/winter lookbook will surely school you on the Belgium city. Founded in 2009, the label is known to draw its cultural and heritage influences into its designs. Fine art and street culture are also the focal point for this new season with one of the key pieces in the collection being a reversible bomber jacket that is versatile as much as it is refined and intricately detailed. One side is made of dark wool with a white chenille logo while on the flip side is red nylon with red embroidery and accentuations. The bulk of the collection consists of sweaters made of French terry and oxford printed shirts with strong structure and cuts. The lookbook for this collection features male model Joachim Badejoh and was shot by Belgian photoghapher Michiel Pieters in association with Jelle Canipel.
The 2014 fall/winter collection has dropped and is available for purchase on the webshop and through selected retailers.

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Poler and Nike SB Head to Croatia for “The Goodship Galeb” Skate Video

Oregon compatriots Poler and Nike SB continue their blossoming relationship by embarking on a skate trip to the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Skaters Daryl Angel, Donovon Piscopo, and Wieger Van Wageningen tore up the peaceful coastal towns of…

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Spank Rock – The Upside (EP Stream)

Via the good folks over at Dazed, here’s a stream of Spank Rock’s first multi-track, original release in three years. The Upside features seven new songs from the Philadelphia club-rapper, and boasts production from the likes of Boys Noize, Kid Kamillion, Noah Breakfast, and more. Spank Rock’s latest is a 20-minute-plus ride through the most frenzied and chaotic sidesContinue Reading

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Cam’ron – “1st of the Month Vol. 6″ EP [STREAM]

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Cam’ron’s 1st of the Month series has finally come to an end after six successful installments. The lead single “All Dat There Mine,” which was released yesterday, includes features from JuJu and Gunplay. Other artists included on the final 5-track volume are Sen City and Rod Rhaspy.

Cam’ron launched the 1st of the Month series back in July. Since then, he has continued to let loose EPs and mini movies. “…I just had to figure out a new strategy,” he told Mass Appeal. “Things are changing and if you don’t change with the times you gon get stuck in the past.”

Check out the tracklisting for volume six of Cam’s 1st of the Month series below. It can now be purchased on iTunes along with the previous installments.

1. All Dat There Mine (ft. Gunplay & JuJu)
2. Devastated (ft. Sen City)
3. Easier Said
4. Just How It Goes (ft. Rod Rhaspy)
5. Million Dolla


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Trailer for Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young, Starring Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock and Scored by James Murphy, Is Released

Trailer for Noah Baumbach's While We're Young, Starring Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock and Scored by James Murphy, Is Released

While We’re Young is a new feature film directed by Noah Baumbach starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, and Adam Driver. As previously reported, it features a score by LCD Soundsystem‘s James Murphy, and Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, acts in it.

The film is about an older couple (played by Stiller and Watts) finding themselves by hanging out with a younger couple (played by Driver and Seyfried) in gentrifying Bushwick. Ad-Rock plays one of Stiller’s older peers. Today, a new trailer was released. Watch it below.

While We’re Young opens March 27, 2015.

Read our interview with Murphy about Greenberg, the previous Baumbach film scored by Murphy.

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