ClickPicks: The Forgotten Archive of Biggie’s Final Moments (& More…)

ClickPicks is a weekly roundup of interesting, entertaining and occasionally absurd content from across the web, as chosen by members of the Highsnobiety editorial team.

ClickPicks: The Forgotten Archive of Biggies Final Moments (& More...)

Life After Death

“When hip-hop obsessive Lucas Garrison stumbled across a long forgotten ’90s internet forum full of clips, photos and first-hand testimony from the time, it was like he’d just dug up a time capsule. Davy D’s Hip Hop Corner was an active community for many years, but as its users slowly drifted elsewhere, the site became a digital museum of sorts – a window into the real state of pre-millennial hip-hop. Unsurprisingly, one of the biggest and most talked about topics was the back-to-back killing of Tupac and Notorious BIG, and Garrison’s summary of what he found on the site – featuring testimony from 13-year-old kids right through to Puffy himself – is both fascinating and deeply touching.” – AJ Gwilliam (Features Editor)

The Brotherhood of Jugg

“Perhaps the most frequently derided, ridiculed and – as it turns out – misunderstood musical subculture on Earth right now has to be the Juggalo movement. Painted by everyone from music journalists to the Federal Government as a gang of unruly, disreputable freaks, they have become an easy target for everyday stigma. Yet, as this video from the latest Gathering Of The Juggalos festival shows, what brings these individuals together each year is not the promise of facepaint, fighting and Faygo-fuelled debauchery, but actually love, fellowship and an appreciation of friendship between strangers. Whoop whoop…” – AJ Gwilliam (Features Editor)  

ClickPicks: The Forgotten Archive of Biggies Final Moments (& More...)

Level Playing Field

“Baseball is a sport known for a number of unwritten rules (including not bunting to break-up a no-hitter, retaliation for hit batters, and many more). Yet, one of the stranger traditions in baseball isn’t really a rule at all. While coaches for other major sports opt for suits and ties or team-licensed gear, baseball managers continue to don uniforms just like the players do. The Post Game gets to the bottom of why the tradition remains.” – Alec Banks (Contributing Editor) 

ClickPicks: The Forgotten Archive of Biggies Final Moments (& More...)

The Mad Life of McAfee

“In case you weren’t aware, John McAfee – the man who founded one of the world’s biggest software companies and amassed a fortune of $ 100 million – has had a pretty insane life. Business Insider delves into the story of his life, which goes from early battles with alcoholism and LSD experimentation to building a vast tech empire and then becoming embroiled in a murder investigation in Belize…” – Alec Leach (Fashion Editor)

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High Rare Air “Cool Grey”

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High Rare Air comes without the iconic Wings logo of the brand and as such has its very own place in the history of Jordan Brand. Here we take a first look at the cool grey colorway of the sneaker, which will be hitting retailers in the coming weeks. The sneaker comes with a full cool grey leather upper, black Swoosh and sits on a crisp white outer sole. Fabric inlays add a further premium touch. Look out for a release in early August.

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Dipset – American Dream (Mixtape)


Before you get to excited, just know that this is more of a Dipset & Friends type of joint than a proper Diplomats project per se. Jimmy and Zeke appear, as well as peripheral guys like Hell Rell, Sen City and Mel Matrix, but other than that it’s basically a smorgasbord of niggas from Harlem and people loosely affiliated with the Set. Styles P, Lil Wayne, Faith Evans, Dave East, Young Scooter, Rowdy Rebel, Nino Man and the late Chinx all pop up throughout for guest appearances.

Stream and download below.


Oh and surprise! It’s not tracked out, it’s two big mp3s. Good luck.


1.Intro – Kiyah White (B.N.A)
2. I’m So Sorry – Sen City ft. Lil S&S (Produced By Triple A)
3. Wait On A Nigga – Hell Rell
4. I Love Me More – 1 Shot Dealz
5. Push My Gang – Mel Metrix ft. Sen City
6. JuDontKnow – T.W.O & Yung Milly
7. PLUG – Sen City ft. Reef Bucks, 4th Ward Bana & 730, HarlemBaby (Produced By Black The Beast)
8. We Hustle – Freekey Zekey ft. Lil Wayne, Chad B & Tito Green (Produced By Trigga T)
9. G.A.N.G – Mirzy & Lavish (Produced By The Beat Plug)
10. Pistol Ring – Nino Man ft. Styles P (Produced By Nicklez)
11. Lean On Em – Kadeem King
12. M.V.P. – T-Rex ft. Budda Bless & Beastie Wally
13. I’m On A Wave – The Farrow (Produced By DJ Sinatra)
14. Salt Water – Sen City (Produced By Triple A)
15 .I Know Dat Jim Jones ft. Rico Love
16. Out Of My Mind – Webstar ft. Deon (Produced By Music Man Ty)
17. She Got It – Lee Mazin (Produced By Hollywood)
18. Just Be Good – Duane Darock ft. Faith Evans (Produced By Duane Darock)

19. Gangsta Shit – Dave East (Produced By Boogie Blind)
20. Oakland To Harlem – Philthy Rich ft. Jim Jones & Sen City
21. Click Click Click – Skibo Deebo ft. Sen City (Produced By Ceasa Beats)
22. Corner Boy – Trav ft. Jim Jones
23. Don’t Play With Me – Sen City
24. You Can Tell – Dave East ft. Yung Drugz (Produced For DJ Naim)
25. Got Damn – Big Shot (Produced By Musikdae)
26. Wish You Could – Lady H ft. Neek Bucks
27. Same Nigga – OG Muns (Produced By Young Chop)
28. Dope Boy Shit – Ball Greezy ft. Sen City
29. Patrick Ewing – Strikkly Stakkin (Produced By Chedda Bang)
30 .How To Get Rich – Chinx (RIOT SQUAD)

Previously: Freekey Zekey ft. Lil Wayne, Chad B & Tito Green – We Hustle

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10 Drops to Shop This Week | OVO, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Thom Browne & More

Another week and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s new shopping channel, What Drops Now. Every day we trawl countless online stores to bring you a curated selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products, separating the best from the rest and saving you the hassle of checking 1,000 different webstores in the process. Below you’ll find the 10 best products to drop this week, but for daily updated stream of the latest gear be sure to check What Drops Now.

As always, much of this product is limited so if you’ve missed out, make sure you’re quicker next time.

To shop thousands more products head over to What Drops Now.

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Gangrene (Alchemist & Oh No) – Reversals


As Alchemist and Oh No prepare for the August 14th release of their new project You Disgust Me, they drop off the album’s second single, “Revearsals”. You know who I could hear on this? Ka. Check it out below and go here to pre-order. Guests include Havoc, Sean Price, Action Bronson, Your Old Droog, Fashawn, Chuck Strangers and Evidence. Full tracklist here.

Previously: Gangrene ft. Action Bronson – Driving Gloves (Video)

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How to Turn Your Smartphone Into a 3D Hologram Projector

YouTube user Mrwhosetheboss has upload his latest project to the web, teaching tech geeks the world over how to turn their smartphone into a 3D hologram projector. Much simpler than it sounds, all you’ll need is graph paper, a CD jewel case, tape or super glue, a pen, scissors, a knife or glass cutter and, of course, a smartphone. Following his simple instructions, you’ll be able to lift images on your screen into the third dimension in just a few minutes, regardless of which platform you’re running.

For more futuristic tech stories, check out Lexus’ hoverboard, coming this Tuesday.

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rag & bone Crushes Porsche For Its Fall 2015 Campaign

As part of its new Fall 2015 womenswear campaign, American fashion brand rag & bone has taken rather drastic measures. The brand, along with British fashion photographer and film director Glen Luchford and art director Peter Miles, decided to drop a massive concrete barrier onto, what seems to be an intact and gorgeous complete 1978-1981 Porsche 911 SC. See for yourself here above!

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