Video: Friday The 13th: A Night with The Cool Kids & Mos Def

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FRIDAY THE 13th: A NIGHT WITH THE COOL KIDS and MOS DEF from Creative Control on Vimeo.

Last Friday, Creative Control.Tv launched (along with the BlakRoc album). Already there’s some pretty interesting ish over there. One being this trailer for, Friday The 13th: A Night with The Cool Kids & Mos Def. Watch as The Cool Kids run the streets of NYC, hang out at the DD172 space, chill with Mos Def, craft some beats, and perform at Webster Hall. This is taken from an upcoming film by Michael Sterling Eaton.

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Nike Dunk High Premium QK ‘DJ AM’

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Right before his tragic death, news came out that DJ AM had been working with Nike on a Dunk sneaker collection. Today we can show you some detailed images of one of them. The Nike Dunk High Premium Quickstrike “DJ AM” comes in a black/red colorway with reflective 3M accents. The red comes in regular premium leather and the black comes in patent leather. The Swoosh is light grey. The heel features a perforation that can be removed to reveal reflective 3M. The tongue of the sneaker is decorated with a DJ AM logo tag.

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Puma Glow Rider

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The biggest problem with commuting by bike in a city is probably getting hit repeatedly by cabs. That, and when you come out of the store only to find your nice new Kryptonite lock hanging around the bike rack sans bike. Puma’s Glow Rider, manufactured by Biomega, is the third incarnation of their branded bike (and you immediately thought sneakers) and solves most of these problems. First, the stylish single-gear solves the visibility issue of riding at night by adding a coat of glow-in-the-dark paint. Available in green or orange glow, just let your bike soak up some solar rays and it should radiate an alien aura for the duration of your ride. Twin disc brakes can literally stop you in your tracks. And, with its wire lock system, the only way somebody is stealing this bike is if they take that entire rack with them.

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Infamous Artist Revok Arrested at LA Art Store

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Infamous tagger, REVOK, was arrested over the weekend in Los Angeles during an appearance at a the 33rd Graffiti Art Store, when authorities found him in possession of spray tips.

According to the LA Times, the 32-year-old graffiti legend (real name: Jason Williams) was the guest of honor at the store’s event on Sunday (November 22), where they were exhibiting Montana spray paint, a brand used by taggers.

Due to his probation, authorities took him into custody for “illegally possessing vandalism tools.”

He reportedly told sheriff’s officials that he earns a living selling T-shirts and prints, and said he was paid $1,000 to attend the art exhibit.

“He’s being treated as a celebrity artist when in fact he’s breaking the law,” Steve Whitmore, a sheriff’s spokesman, told the paper.

Police later searched REVOK’s home, finding several hundred paint cans, a police badge and a fire extinguisher. A stolen detour sign and digital photos of his graffiti work on his phone were also recovered.

On his official Twitter page (@REVOK1), the graff-head responded: “Not guilty y’all got to feel me.”

He was arrested on suspicion of illegally possessing vandalism tools, a counterfeit Los Angeles Police Department badge, and receiving stolen property.

REVOK is currently being held on $20,000 bail.

Earlier this month, the graffiti artist was arrested at an Australia airport for vandalizing the city over the course of several days.

Authorities caught up with him at the airport, after he tweeted that he was headed there to leave the country.

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Video: Slum Village picks beats for new EP…

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Wanna get an inside look at some beats that may appear on Slum Village ‘s upcoming EP, Villa Manifesto (12/15)? Step into the studio with T3 (with the Stewie house slippers on) and Young RJ as they go through the submitted beats for the digital EP. Young RJ also tells the story of when he first tried to play one of his beats for Slum V (funny ish right there). I was feelin’ that first beat they played, what y’all think?

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Spine TV for Reebok Pump 20 – Dee Brown

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Spine TV drops the third of four shorts commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Reebok PUMP. The latest video features former Boston Celtic’s player Dee Brown reminiscing on how he won the 1991 NBA Slam Dunk contest after pumping up his Reebok PUMPs on the court before executing his infamous ‘no look’ dunk that won him the contest.

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SBTG x Nike – Black Mamba Dunk Low

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SBTG had originally presented Kobe Bryant with a 1 of 1 special edition Black Mamba Dunk Hi after he won Most Valuable Player, this new release is not a 1 of 1 but instead is a Dunk Low version of the same sneaker. The Black Mamba Nike Dunk Low features purple and black colorway in honor of his current team the Los Angeles Lakers. The sneaker also features leopard prints on the rear, as well as the number 24 and the letters MVP.

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