Pass-Port x Nike SB Blazer Teaser

Aussie skate imprint Pass-Port appears to have linked up with Nike SB for an upcoming collaboration. Teased via Instagram, the collaborative endeavor appears to be in the form of the skate-ready Blazer and comes decked out in black and grey with a canvas upper and Pass-Port embroidery along the heels. Check out the teaser above and stay tuned for a more in-depth look at the kicks, as well as concrete release info.

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Young Thug – I Need Chickens (Produced by Mike WiLL Made-It)

Hot off the heels of a controversial week after getting arrested for allegedly making terrorist threats, as well as being named as a conspirator to killing Lil Wayne with Birdman, Young Thug has dropped yet another track with Mike WiLL Made-It to keep his music work on course. The slowed down and bass heavy song provides the backdrop to Thuggers’ unorthodox delivery. Take a listen and head over to HYPETRAK for the the latest in music and news from your favourite artists.

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Saba featuring Tink – Temporary

Two of Chicago’s most talented up-and-comers link up on "Temporary." The Saba track is the rapper’s first song of his to see release in 2015, and is a collaboration with Tink. "Temporary" is produced by CHAD, who previously worked with Saba on "Next Door," a joint effort with another one of the Windy City’s strongestContinue Reading

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Nike SB Dunk High “Flamingo”

Nike SB presents a very unique iteration of its timeless hi-top silhouette for the summer. Accompanying the recently unveiled Janoski version, the Dunk High "Flamingo" receives a crackled makeover with contrasting touches of turquoise along the inner lining and outsole, while the shoe’s insole features custom graphic prints. The colorful design is completed with a hint of pink and yellow at the tongue, and white laces and midsole. Priced at $110 USD, look to purchase the Nike SB Dunk High "Flamingo" at select Swoosh accounts.

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The Black-Eyed Peas Return to Hip-Hop Roots With “Yesterday”

After all but abandoning their hip-hop roots in the early part of the millennium, Los Angeles-born group The Black Eyed Peas have revisited their early influences and sound with a new release title "Yesterday". A celebration of the genre’s iconic forerunners, sampling iconic releases such as Onyx’s “Slam,” ODB’s “Shimmy Shimmy Ya,” N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton,” Wu-Tang’s “Killa Bees,” and Beastie Boys’ “Paul Revere," the track is the first from the group without the departed Fergie. Check out the video above.

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Stream Future’s New Album, ‘Dirty Sprite 2′

Future’s latest album, Dirty Sprite 2, has finally arrived. Following yesterday’s release of the Drake-assisted "Where Ya At," DS2 is now available for streaming and purchase. Future’s new project features an impressive 19 songs, including previously-released hits such as "F*ck Up Some Commas" and "Trap N*ggas."  Features are kept to a minimum on Dirty Sprite 2, with DrakeContinue Reading

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A First Look at FL Studio for Mac

Earlier this week, Image-Line graced us some news that many music producers have been dreaming about for years now. The Holland-Dutch software company has finally released a native Mac OS X Alpha (pre-Beta) test version of their flagship digital audio workstation, FL Studio. At this point, if none of this rings a bell, this articleContinue Reading

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Kobe’s Competitiveness Inspires the Nike Kobe 10 Elite Low “Chester”

Fittingly titled after the Chester Clippers, Kobe Bryant’s rival hoops program during his time at Lower Merion High School in Philadelphia, the Nike Kobe 10 Elite Low “Chester” continues to speak volumes on the unmatched competitive nature of the Black Mamba. Having once scored 31 second half points on the Clippers to help lift Lower […]

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