Yesterday afternoon, Joe leaked photos of his new sneaker, The Blackout [No Red & Meth] via his Twitter account. The kicks are manufactured by Protege and will be sold exclusively at Sears and K-Mart chains. Personally, I think the sneaker looks like a hybrid of Kanye’s space boots and Nike’s Air Force Commands. Props to Joe for diversifying his portfolio, but I don’t think I’d want to walk in his shoes.
Here’s one helluva co-sign. Yesterday, Pill was featured in the music section of The New York Times. Over the weekend, I listened to his mixtape 4180: The Prescription (4180 is named after one of his addresses) and was enthralled by its wit and authenticity. I previously said on Twitter that his video, “Trap Goin’ Ham” is the best visual I’ve seen this year. His next clip, “Glass” from his follow up tape, 4075: The Refill is scheduled to drop in a few weeks. Get wit’ it or get lost. OK, then!
“Matter of fact, I ain’t even got a wife, B.”
Here’s the incredible visual to Ghost’s interview with Angela Yee last week. This is better than anything you’ll find on your idiot box. Tune in!
Props: Team Yee
Previously: Co-Host Ghost Drops Jewels On Shade 45
Look who’s still publishing. Hey, I still haven’t listened to this chart-topping crooner’s new shit, but guess you can say he deserves a cover somewhere. That being said, I don’t think I’m gonna cop this from my local newsstand man. YN still supports all magazines tho. Belee Dat!
Props: Singersroom Celebs
For those who haven’t seen the America’s Most Wanted tour live yet, Lil Wayne ends each concert with a tribute to MJ. Last night in VA as “Billie Jean” played, hometown fuck boy Chris Brown joined the fun and proved he’s still got all the right moves. Have we fully forgiven this guy yet? I missed the announcement.