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Living Life, and Taking Nothing Back.

Air Jordan 5 Low “Purple Haze”



Many of you would sacrifice the very limbs you put those retros on to be able to walk into the Beaverton compound on a daily basis. If for no other reason than the chance to be able to get exclusives like this. This pair of Air Jordan 5 Low’s belong to Josiah Lake and trust us when we say you won’t find these at any retailers. The one-off pair is done in Black nubuck with Purple accents on the sole and lining. Jealousy doesn’t describe the feeling we get looking at these.



Video: Kanye West & Jay-Z ‘Watch The Throne’ Documentary

Kanye West and Jay-Z record WTT in Australia which will drop digitally on Aug 1st.


Game – ‘Uncle Otis (Jay-Z Diss)’

Game speaks on the record:

“It’s poking jokes and taking shots, but that’s what I do. I’m just shooting in the dark, when I turn on the lights if a couple of motherfuckers is down, I got to get up out of there. Anybody that takes it personal, they really shouldn’t but if you do, we can go there.”


DJ Premier x Joell Ortiz “Sing Like Bilal” For Beats To The Rhyme

You might remember Premo and Joell teaming up a while back for a track called, “Sing Like Bilal”. Well, they were recently together for BET’s Beats To The Rhyme event, and performed the track live for the crowd.


New Video: Jay Rock Ft. Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q & Kendrick Lamar “Say Wassup”

Before the arrival of Jay Rock’s album in four days, we look through the lens for his latest video featuring three of his fellow Black Hippies. Follow Me Home on July 26.


Nike SB Koston One Paradise Aqua/Slate Blue

Eric Koston’s first signature shoe model for Nike SB has unveiled a blue-on-blue colorway. Available for purchase now through select Nike SB accounts around the world.


DJ Khaled Has a Song Ready for Eminem

DJ Khaled assembled an all-star cast for his latest album We the Best Forever, but there’s still one collaboration that has escaped him. The Miami DJ has his sights set on a record with Eminem.
“I wanted Eminem,” Khaled told Hot 97’s Angie Martinez of his desire to work with the in-demand MC. “I really want to make it happen, I think it’s gon’ happen.”
Despite his ability to get everyone from Mary J. Blige to Cee Lo Green on his records, the Cash Money signee has never approached Eminem’s camp about a collaboration. “I never really sat down and talked to him,” he added. “I’m a fan of him and I’m cool with him, but he doesn’t know me like that. I really don’t know what route to get him.”
Khaled wants the track to come together organically. “I don’t just ask people to get on records. I want people to want to do the records and know I’m gonna make a hit record ’cause that’s what I do. I’ve worked with Jay-Z before, I’ve worked with Kanye before, so I wanted to reach out to Eminem.”
When Em is ready, Khaled already has the song picked out. “I actually have a track waiting,” he added. “Ya’ll A&R that.”
Next up, he plans to shoot a video for his album’s R&B offering, “Legendary” featuring Chris Brown, Keyshia Cole, and Ne-Yo.