Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne and Swizz Beats - I Can Transform Ya

Today Chris Brown released the first single from his upcoming album, tentatively titled "Graffiti". I like [not love] this. Though I don't feel that its a strong single, it has the potential to grow on me. Listen to it after the jump.

Do notice the blue bow tie! LMAO!

Official Music Video: Consequence - Whatever U Want ft. Kanye and John Legend

Consequence has begun working on his second album, which was initially titled "You Win Some, You Lose Some", though was recently changed to "Cons TV". "Cons TV" is set to be produced by Kanye West and Q-Tip. It's slated for release in October of 2009 on G.O.O.D Music and Universal Motown. This is the first single off the album, which features Kanye West and John Legend. Directed by Hype Williams.

Vans Fall 2009 Green Perforated Pack

From the Vans Fall 2009 Collection comes the Green Perforated Pack. The pack consists of the Era and the Half Cab. Both come with a black/green suede upper, with the green parts of the sneakers featuring perforated patterns. The sneakers are now available at Mischief.

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Nike Sportswear City Pack | Big Nike High, Nike Blazer

"In celebration of American culture and the some communities whom have shaped its identity, Nike Sportswear takes two of its basketball icons, the Big Nike and the Nike Blazer, to create a pack that honors the chosen cities. Long Beach, New York, Chicago, and Atlanta are the starting point for this collection of footwear inspired by the cultural cues that makes them legendary. Using the colors of the cities’ sport icons and their spirit of style, this pack shows what it means to rep your hood.” Each regions’ style is available exclusively in the city featured on the shoe – unless you’re in NYC, where Nike 21 Mercer has the complete pack.

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Reebok Fall/Winter 2009 Reverse Jam Mid

The Reebok Reverse Jam Mid comes for Fall/Winter 2009 in 4 new colorways. It comes with red and green tonal uppers with white soles and also in two darker colorways, probably more appropriate for Fall. Overall we can say that the design on these is subtle compared to what we usually see from Reebok and that is appreciated. The footwear is now available from Gettry.

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