The New York rapper goes on tour this April.
His way with words translates from rap to cars.
Shane Smith, co-founder of the edgy multimedia company of the same name, and his expanded team of correspondents including Thomas Morton, Suroosh Alvi, Vikram Gandhi and others, deliver more hard-hitting stories from some of the most dangerous places on earth as evidenced by the teaser for the second season of VICE. Scheduled to present engaging content from places like Iran, Saudi Arabia and Russia, Smith has said, “Last year we were sort of finding out feet, and this year once we figured out what stories resonated, we said, OK, let’s do more of those.” The second season of VICE premieres on HBO on March 14.
“Game Ain’t Making Amends With 50 Cent…”
The Game recently stopped by Tim Westwood's show to chop it up, and of course spit the customary freestyle. While he was rapping, Game made mention of 50 Cent – someone he's infamously had a rift with since he was dropped from G-Unit years back. “Game ain't making amends with 50 Cent. Game still trying to find out where 50 went,” he rapped. Listen to the whole freestyle above.
What do life and the rap game have in common? Nothing, apparently.
Hood By Air presents the video lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2014 collection. For the brand’s latest collection, designer Shayne Oliver further pushes the envelope with his avant-garde intentions which highlight the collection’s technicality and material construction. This season sees the brand take its signature multi-zipper aesthetic to a multitude of new styles and layering options as well as introduces knee-high platform boots and bell-bottom pants.
Wale Performs “Clappers” For His ‘Hood
ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron tour hit the DMV over the weekend, and of course he couldn't slide through without bringing out their hometown hero, Wale. Watch the MMG rapper perform “Clappers” alongside the TDE rapper above.
Dig your teeth into this latest JD Sports Exclusive, as we preview the Nike Air Max 1 in ‘Wolf Grey/Game Royal – and what a killer concoction it is. Those familiar with the silhouette will hold high appreciation for such a simply executed clean-cut colourway, retained to four hues over the entire make-up. As always, don’t expect these JD-only joints to last very long at all, so make haste and boogie over to JD Sports now to cop your pair before they all disappear.