Thursday, February 22, 2018
After years in the making, Nipsey Hussle's debut album, "Victory Lap", has finally arrived. The album features guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, YG, The-Dream, Belly, Dom Kennedy, Cee-Lo Green, and Puff Daddy among others. Meanwhile production comes from the likes of 1500 Or Nothin, Lawrence “Rance” Dopson, Mike & Keys, and more. Stream below!!!
Source: Atlantic Records
Michael B. Jordan goes Sneaker Shopping at Stadium Goods in New York City, and talks about sneaker culture's role in Black Panther and his favorite shoes growing up.
Taking cues from the “Sir Charles” original, Men's Nike Air Force 270 Shoe amps up a revolutionary icon with a visible Max Air unit nearly twice the size of the 1992 shoe. Upper details such as the collar and Swoosh design trademark appear to be inflated, taking the idea of air to new heights. You can purchase these kix online or in-store at DTLR and other Nike retailers.
In 1982, the Air Force 1 arrived on the scene as one of the most innovative basketball shoes ever. This Air Force 1 comes with six Swoosh design options in bold colors that pop. They connect to the shoe with a hook and loop fastener, and wrap all the way around the heel for a streamlined look and feel. Switch your Swoosh out daily to hook up with your look. You can purchase these kix at DTLR and other Nike retailers.
When the Nike Foamposite was released in the mid-90s, it quickly transcended the basketball court to become a streetwear icon. This latest iteration takes the Air Foamposite Pro to the next level, featuring removable Swoosh logos that allow you to customize your look. You can purchase these kix at DTLR and other Nike retailers.
Get eye catching style with this tee from Popular Demand! Popular Demand has the perfect screen printed graphics you need to spruce up your wardrobe. You can purchase these tees online or in-store at DTLR and other Popular Demand retailers.
You can purchase these kix online or in store at Nike.com, Sneaker Politics and other retailers.
Source: Sneaker Politics