Archive for September, 2009

Nike City Pack

We have been posting these  up one by one for a few days now and the time has come to unveil the full drop. Nike’s City Pack is a tribute to a few metropolis’ across the country by way of Blazers and Big Nikes. The colors borrow from the local teams and a the spirit of each city being represented. These are in stores now and surely some of you are reppin your town already with em. Via TheShoeGame



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I Am “So Ambitious”

BBC x The Blueprint 3 teamed “So Ambitious” version, Billionaire Boys Club a three designs from the brand’s The Blueprint 3 lineup. The “So Ambitious”, “ABC”, and “I’m On A Mission” tees will see a release on September 23rd within BBC/Ice Cream Japan. Retail is set at $78 USD.

Michael Jackson “This Is It” Trailer

I can’t wait to se this in the theater it comes out worldwide October 28th.

Daft Punk for DJ Hero

For the first time ever in a video game, GRAMMY Award winning DJ’s and producing duo, Daft Punk, will start the party right with Activision’s DJ Hero, on October 27th, 2009. Featuring 93 exclusive on-disc mixes from some of the biggest acts in hip-hop, pop, rock and dance, players will be able to test their DJing chops as virtual recreations of the renowned twosome and experience their iconic sounds in eleven original mixes, including two signature “Megamixes,” using their music. Among the mixes in the game featuring Daft Punk are:

– Daft Punk “Around the World” vs. Young MC “Bust A Move”
– Daft Punk “Da Funk” vs. NASA “Strange Enough ft. Karen O, ODB and Fatlip”
– Daft Punk “Da Funk” vs. Queen “Another One Bites the Dust”
– Daft Punk “Robot Rock” vs. Hashim “Al-Naafiysh” – Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts
– Daft Punk “Robot Rock” vs. Queen “We Will Rock You”
– Daft Punk “Short Circuit” vs. Boogie Down Productions “Jack Of Spades”
– Daft Punk “Technologic” vs. Gary Numan “Cars”
– Daft Punk “Television Rules The Nation” vs. No Doubt “Hella Good”


The Making of the Blueprint 3 Artwork

No Homer – Hip Hop Icons Simpsonized

Following up on the success of Lego Hip Hop Album Covers, Format Presents: No Homer – Hip Hop Icons Simpsonized. The set features Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Flava Flav, Eazy E, Andre 3000, Eminem, and Fat Joe alongside iconic O representations for each artist.

This so dooope The Simpsons are the best look how the got 2pac “westside!” hahaaa and Eazy E.


Video: Dirty Money – Angels

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