Monday, March 03, 2014
Don Trip's mixtape Randy Savage (Chopped & Screwed) by me.
***R.I.P. DJ Screw**
***For Promotional Use Only***
01. J. Rizzle Intro
02. Randy Savage Entrance
03. Still In The Trap Ft. Juicy J
04. Mojo Jojo
05. Road Warriors Ft. Starlito
06. God Speed
07. New Blinds Ft. Young Dolph
08. Cream Of The Crop
09. Neil Armstrong
11. Macho Madness
New mixtape from G.O.O.D Music's Cyhi The Prynce "Black Hystori Project". The 18-track mixtape touches on various social issues and cultural figures, including Nelson Mandela, Huey P. Newton and more. Kanye West serves as the projects executive producer.
If you've been around the sneaker blog scene, then you're familiar with Sneaker Watch and the videos that it produces. Run by DJ Vlad, the site has exclusive access to rappers, celebrities, and high-profile sneakerheads. The site is also good at getting people to say salacious, outlandish shit. That's why people tune into Sneaker Watch videos: To see what crazy claims their favorite rapper, or whoever, is going to make.
Instead of spending your whole weekend watching every Sneaker Watch video, we've gone through them all and found the craziest things said about sneakers, the sneaker industry, and sneaker culture in general. Consider this a highlight reel. Grab some popcorn. Here are The Most Outrageous Things Said in Sneaker Watch Videos. CLICK HERE
Nas, the rap mogul, songwriter and actor, will soon add shoe store owner to his resume. The Queens native is set to bring 12AM Run, a new Las Vegas-based sneaker boutique to The LINQ, a $550 million open-air retail, dining and entertainment district. The new space, which will play host to a number of sneaker and apparel brands, is set to open its doors some time in this month.
Nice Kicks recently caught up with Nas in Los Angeles to discuss the origin of the store, how the idea of creating a new boutique came about and what we can expect from 12AM Run. In today's video interview, Nice Kicks' own George Kiel sits down with Nas along with co-owner Nick Sakai to discuss everything you need to know about the latest sneaker boutique on the block, 12AM Run.
Following their first sighting earlier this month, the travel inspired New Balance 574 “Passport Pack” is starting to hit retailers. The uppers on all four pairs in this pack are made up of a thick mesh, with interesting accents of tumbled leather on the back tab, and patent leather on the rear panel. With a $75 price tag, even if some collectors and sneaker fans have yet to get their feet wet with New Balance, it’s fairly easy to justify a pick up of at least one pair in this pack. Are you one of those people who is gonna cop? Let us know in the comments and pick these up today from shops like Feature.
Source: Feature, Sneaker News
Here is New Era 9FIFTY Chicago Bulls Snapback in the Black /Cement Grey-Venom Green-White colorway. The snapback features an adjustable strap on back, textured elephant print brim, embroidered Chicago Bulls logo and is made of 100% polyester. You can purchase this snapback online or instore at Jimmy Jazz.
New Era 9FIFTY Chicago Bulls Snapback
Color: Black /Elephant Print-Venom Green-White
Source: Jimmy Jazz
Here is the Air Jordan 6 Rings in the Black / Venom Green-White-Cement Grey colorway. The design of this sneaker is a mash up of the Air Jordan models he wore while capturing his titles. They include elements from the Air Jordan VI, VII, VIII, XI, XII, and XIII. Similar mash up designs have also been seen on the Spiz'ike and Dub Zero models. You can purchase these kix at Jimmy Jazz, Sneakerhead.com and other Nike retailers.
Air Jordan 6 Rings
Style Number: 322992-033
Color: Black / Venom Green-White-Cement Grey
Source: Jimmy Jazz, Sneakerhead