Here’s a look at the Air Jordan One Anodized sneaker with an Ice sole. The 25 year old AJ1 silhouette gets an upgraded silver/white colorway and features a seamless construction with a hard wearing upper. They also include the trademark crest on the collar and slick embossed Jumpman logo on the heel. Most retailers have them up for sale for $200USD.
Last night Honor Fraser played host to the official opening of “Camouflage”, a new exhibition featuring a comprehensive collection of Andy Warhol’s Camouflage series, brought over to the West Coast for all to enjoy. The show put on display Camouflage canvas silkscreens and for the first time, prints from the series, alongside with previously unseen test proofs. The series was created by taking photographs of camouflage fabric, cutting the patterns into layers and then screening them onto canvases. “Camouflage” runs through February 5th, 2011.
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From Actual Proof’s forthcoming Genius: The Talented 10th EP.
Young Money’s First Lady Nicki Minaj invites none other than Eminem for the futuristic track “Roman’s Revenge”. Both artists dedicate some words to their critics over the Swizz Beatz-produced beat. The track will appear on Ms. Minaj’s much anticipated album Pink Friday, which is due November 22nd.
At 20/Out art fair, Wim Wenders presented a series of photographs documenting paintings by Os Gemeos in a disused German rail tunnel. Lit with lantern, the effect is terrific and the paintings themselves have a little more power than the duos usual work. Wenders shot the photographs for the “Out Sides” project.
Following a look into the Cristiano Ronaldo x Nike CR Mercurial SuperFly II yesterday, we now take a look into another design from the soccer-centric Nike5 Collection in its Lunar Gato IC. Designed for unsurpassed ball control and cushioning, the shoes features a flexible frame and superior impact protection along with springy Lunarlon cushioning at the midsole for soft yet responsive shock absorption. Retail is set at $85 USD.
Continuing in his G.O.O.D. Friday-series Kanye West has once again brought together an impressive line up for “The Joy”. Produced by legendary beatsmith Pete Rock, the song contains a Curtis Mayfield-sample while Kanye, Jay and Cudder provide the rhymes. It remains to be seen if “The Joy” will make the cut of ‘Ye and Jay-Z’s announced Watch The Throne-project which is now being recorded.
First leak from YearOfTheBlacksmith’s Community mixtape, which XXL explained as:
Talib will be releasing Community Mixtape, with roughly twenty tracks that were submitted by fans and artists from around the world and compiled into a cohesive project.
In anticipation of his upcoming project with Celph Titled, Ninety Ninety Now, Buckwild is dropping a 9 song vinyl EP called Buckwild Presents… that includes some unreleased remixes, including this revision of G Rap and Nozir’s “Fast Life”.
Robbie quotes Buckwild speaking about this version:
“I worked on this somewhat later then I should have. Even though I did the album version and it was the single, Salaam’s remix was chosen before I even turned this in. I was going to use it on the white label, but went with the Nas and AZ songs instead”.
Nike’s Blazer is back in another two vintage colorways for fall 2010. Available in either orange or burgundy, both versions follow those that followed before and are detailed with suede uppers and vintage effects throughout. Also decorated with the old-skool large swoosh, padded tongues and rough laces, the 1973 basketball sneakers appear as if they’d been on ice since their first release.
“X reached out to me to put together some new music and a mix of his classics. He is also on his 2010 Canadian tour right now.” – Statik
2. Hurt Locker (produced by Scoop Deville)
3. Gotta Get Em (produced by DJ Khalil)
4. It’s Whatever (ft. Jadakiss, Uncle Murda, B-Real & Young De (prod. by DJ Green Lantern)
5. Phenom (ft. Kurupt & 40 Glocc)
6. HFOU (ft. Trick Trick)
7. Goin’ Back [ft. 1982 (Statik & Termanology) & Cassidy]
8. Freestyle Ghetto (1st Xzibit Appearance)
9. Hit & Run
12. Eyes May Shine
13. Eyes May Shine RMX (ft. Mobb Deep)
14. What U See Is What U Get
15. Pussy Pop (ft. Jayo Felony & Method Man)
16. Los Angeles Times
17. What’s The Difference (ft. Dr. Dre & Eminem)
18. Bitch Please (ft. Snoop & Nate Dogg)
19. Bitch Please 2 (ft. Eminem, Dr. Dre & Snoop)
20. X (produced by Dr. Dre)
21. Get Your Walk On
22. Symphony In X Major (ft. Dr. Dre)
23. Multiply (ft. Nate Dogg)
24. Multiply (Just Blaze RMX) (ft. Busta Rhymes)
25. What A Mess (prod. by DJ Premier)
A new Snoop joint of unknown origin, reportedly produced by Scott Storch.
I think Bilal just about blew us all away with his cover of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love.” As promised, the jam session style covers continue, today with his take on Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” (originally performed by Gloria Jones in 1964). Bilal teams with Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Daedelus, and more for this gripping live rendition. Bilal’s Airtight’s Revenge is in stores now.
After a performance at The Roundhouse in London a few weeks ago, Soul Culture got up with Talib Kweli in the studio. Kweli was working on a new song with UK MC and Akon affiliate, Sway. Kweli talks to SoulCulture TV about his experience in London and why he chose to shoot a video for his upcoming album there. The BK MC also discusses his upcoming albums Gutter Rainbows and Prisoners Of Conscious, respectively, his lyrical growth, and more.
In attendance of this year’s trick-or-treat season Wu Tang Clan’s Abbot revives the collective known as the Gravediggaz for a refix of “2 More Cups Of Blood”.
Yo, here is a new GraveDiggaz song entitled “Two More Cups of Blood”. This is the first song released by the band since the loss of our brother Poetic AKA the Grymm Reaper. For the Wu Gravedigaz horrorcore fans: HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!
After recent success in New York, famed pop-artist Ron English is soon to open a new edition of “Status Factory” at the Frank Doyle Arts Pavilion. Again featuring upwards of 100 works, the exhibition will house a variety of media including sculptures, paintings, and installations designed to fit the Frank Doyle Arts Pavilion space. Fans can expect the usual subversion for which English is most well-known, with several of his works taking the form of characters appropriated from popular culture. The exhibition is scheduled to open November 12.
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Orange Coast College
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