Drake & Future – What a Time To Be Alive

It’s here, and it’s LIT. After receiving it’s fair share of media attention for the last few weeks and premiering it on OVO Sound’s Beats 1 radio show, the collaborative LP from Drizzy Drake and Future Hendrix is official here. What a Time To Be Alive features 11 tracks with production credits from Boi-1da, Southside, Noah "40" Shebib, and more, as well as Metro Boomin’ as the executive producer. Drake said of the surprise album, "I went to Atlanta for six days a couple weeks ago with the hopes of doing some songs with Future, and when you get around Future, it’s like a vortex, that guy can outwork anybody right now. It’s tough to see someone do four, five songs in one night and not try to match it."
Listen to What a Time To Be Alive now on iTunes.

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Listen as PARTYNEXTDOOR Takes on Ty Dolla Sign’s “Blasé” [STREAM]

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It’s hard to turn away whenever PARTYNEXTDOOR releases new music. Like most of his OVO crew, records and projects are few and far between. But the crooner’s seven-week stretch came to an end yesterday. Before Drake and Future let loose their highly anticipated collaborative tape, they unleashed PND’s freestyle over Ty Dolla $ign’s “Blasé.”

PARTY’s style remains the same. He continues to sing about fame’s highlights: women, money, and good times. He also eases in lines directed at his competition. "Half of these rappers ain’t f*cking with me unless they coming with a check," he insists. He goes on to compare his diamonds to Jheri curls, and speak about his rock star lifestyle.

This freestyle is fairly short as PARTY only lets off one verse over the Free TC single. This was one of the records played leading up to the release of What a Time to Be Alive. If you have yet to hear Future and Drake’s project, listen here.

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Nike Internationalist Mid “Royal”

The latest in Nike’s numerous iterations of the Internationalist just this year is the mid-top "Royal" colorway. Drawing inspiration from the Air Jordan 1 silhouette of the same name, the Nike Internationalist Mid "Royal" sees a blend of nylon and suede paneling in black and Royal Blue on the upper, while a white midsole and black rubber waffle outsole complete the look. Look for this newest addition to the Internationalist line to become available online at asphaltgold for €99 EUR (approximately $112 USD).

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Jimmy Fallon and Lionel Richie Reinterpret the Classic ‘Hello’ Video

Jimmy Fallon continues to take his variety-style approach to The Tonight Show, from lip-sync battles to games like "Slapjack" and even parodying pop cultural icons both past and present. Most recently, he made a spoof of Lionel Richie’s notoriously bizarre music video for his 1984 single "Hello." In the original video, a blind lover sculpts an unrealistic looking bust of Lionel Richie. Jimmy recreated this infamous scene by playing the lover and even got Lionel Richie himself to join in on the fun. Watch as hilarity ensues halfway through the number.

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New Balance 997 “American Lager”

New Balance has released a patriotic take on its classic 997 line, with a colorway paying homage to America’s beer staple: Budweiser. New Balance is noted for proudly being "made in the USA" so it was only a matter of time before a classic red, white and blue version of the sneaker was released — in addition to the tagline being embroidered on the tongue. Featuring a bold red suede upper, balanced by dark blue and reflective silver, the mesh and suede give the sneaker both an athletic and casual feel. For more details on the sneaker, head over to Rise.

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A Closer Look at the Nike LeBron XII SE “What The”

Here’s a closer look at the controlled chaos that is the Nike LeBron XII SE "What The." Throwing the concept of symmetry out the door, the basketball sneaker blends graphical elements from a plethora of past LeBron XII releases, using a range of different materials and finishes in the process. The multicolored kicks are now available at select Nike Basketball retailers in limited quantities for $250 USD, including Sneaker Politics.

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Drake Reveals Release Date For “What a Time to Be Alive” Mixtape With Future

After much speculation through the previous month, Drake took to Instagram today to confirm his latest mixtape project with Future titled "What a Time to Be Alive." Despite so much attention being placed on the fact the mixtape’s album art was purchased directly from Shutterstock, the hype surrounding this release will more than over shadow such a minor technicality and certainly strengthen Apple Music’s position as a contender to other music services. "What a Time to Be Alive" will be released on iTunes this Sunday, September 20 at 8 p.m. EST.

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Jimmy Fallon and Lionel Richie Reinterpret the Classic ‘Hello’ Video

Jimmy Fallon continues to take his variety-style approach to The Tonight Show, from lip-sync battles to games like "Slapjack" and even parodying pop cultural icons both past and present. Most recently, he made a spoof of Lionel Richie’s notoriously bizarre music video for his 1984 single "Hello." In the original video, a blind lover sculpts an unrealistic looking bust of Lionel Richie. Jimmy recreated this infamous scene by playing the lover and even got Lionel Richie himself to join in on the fun. Watch as hilarity ensues halfway through the number.

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New Balance 997 “American Lager”

New Balance has released a patriotic take on its classic 997 line, with a colorway paying homage to America’s beer staple: Budweiser. New Balance is noted for proudly being "made in the USA" so it was only a matter of time before a classic red, white and blue version of the sneaker was released — in addition to the tagline being embroidered on the tongue. Featuring a bold red suede upper, balanced by dark blue and reflective silver, the mesh and suede give the sneaker both an athletic and casual feel. For more details on the sneaker, head over to Rise.

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A Closer Look at the Nike LeBron XII SE “What The”

Here’s a closer look at the controlled chaos that is the Nike LeBron XII SE "What The." Throwing the concept of symmetry out the door, the basketball sneaker blends graphical elements from a plethora of past LeBron XII releases, using a range of different materials and finishes in the process. The multicolored kicks are now available at select Nike Basketball retailers in limited quantities for $250 USD, including Sneaker Politics.

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