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Her appearance has been rumored for about as long as the sequel to the 2001 comedy hit has been, but Stiller’s announcement was the first official word. Cruz will be joining Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell when Zoolander 2 hits theaters on February 12, 2016. Stiller is set to direct the sequel from a script he co-wrote with Tropic Thunder writer Justin Theroux.
Stussy x mastermind JAPAN x Loopwheeler 2015 Spring/Summer Collection
They decided to close two years ago, well the Japanese brand mastermind JAPAN has since then made a comeback and has collaborated with Loopwheeler and street-wear heavyweight Stussy for a spring/summer collection. The collection features striped tees, two pairs of shorts available in either black or white, a cardigan and more. The collection is set to drop on May 1 and was produced in Japan and given a dope summertime edge minus the cardigan. You can check out more images of the collection below and feel free to leave your comments on the collection on our Twitter and Facebook.
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LeA Robinson, a young, enthusiastic lady who is always on the move, shares a little bit of her life with us, at The Source. She’s currently working on her brand new EP, Ms. Robinson, as well as a televised series. That’s not all she has in the works though. Besides being an artist and dancer, she’s also business minded with a positive purpose. Additionally, LeA is developing her very own nail polish line in collaboration with Bernadette Thompson, who happens to be one of the top manicurist in the country, so stay tuned for that ladies! We got a chance to chit-chat and get to know LeA a little bit, check it out!
In the Mix with Ms. Robinson
The Source: So LeA, you’re always working on something, whether it’s music, fashion, dance, etc… but when all that is done and it’s time to just kick it, what are your favorite things to do? LeA: I love to sleep (laughs). It is literally one of my favorite things to do. I also enjoy making people smile. The Source: Haha, I can totally understand that. Being constantly productive is a wonderful thing and it feels great to just enjoy relaxation and good vibes. I can dig it! The Source: So what are your aspirations in life? LeA: I aspire to change the world for the better and be alive to witness the change. I find to be a very blessed individual and God has given me many gifts in order to reach multiple people. I also aspire to allow the women of my generation feel like Queens again. We don’t have enough great women to idolize and the ones that are being idolized, in my mind, aren’t represantations of Queens because all they’re being idolized for are their bodies. Women deserve the right to be showcased at a higher level. The Source: That’s fantastic, you have a great attitude and you’re headed in the right direction. It’s inspiring to hear your views on women and Queens. I definitely agree with you on many levels. We, as women, have to love ourselves for the right reasons and it all starts with self respect. The Source: In your opinion, how important is it to follow your dreams? LeA: So important!, I believe having people around you that support your dreams and visions are even more important. Whether we like to admit it or not, we become the people that we’re always around. If the people we surround ourselves with belittle our dreams, and tell us they’re not possible to achieve, after hearing it enough, you’ll start believing it. The Source: Word, you have a solid support system though, I see it in your demeanor and accomplishments. LeA: Thank you! I certainly do and it’s a blessing. The Source: Where do you hope to go with your music career? LeA: Wherever God decides to take it. We can plan a whole week, month, year, and it will never be exact. God’s plan is better than ours and that’s the one I chose to follow. The Source: You’re on point! That’s a positive and great way to look at things. Set realistic goals, remain focused, and leave it in the hands of God. I like it! The Source: Give us some last words before signing off girl. LeA: Love yourself and trust yourself. Always remember, if the people around you are not additions, they’re subtracting from your value and purpose. The Source: Pow! Lol, and like that, she goes out with a bang! Thanks for kickin it with us, let’s put the people on to Ms. Robinson.
Brooklyn native, Nello Luchi releases The Struggle Before The Glory, her latest and most personal album to date. This is a body of work that reflects her journey, trials and tribulations. You will hear part of her life story and past experiences, from family issues, survival, and more. She states, in order to find inner peace, one has to come to terms with their past. I’m sure we all relate to that. Music of substance, she certainly brings that to the game.
Nello selected her reliable in-house producers, K’riem Scott, Bonafide Beatz, and Phoenix Says, who provide a variety of Hip-Hop sounds that compliment her flow. Inspired by the Golden Era, that many of us appreciate, as well as the new school, the production on this album incorporates different vibes from both ends of the spectrum and allow Nello to display her versatility.
“Nello Luchi is one of the new voices in Hip Hop,” says singer, Chrisette Michele, as she vouches for the young Brooklyn MC.
She took a year off but she’s back with a vengeance…
Here’s the latest from Angel Haze, 23, where she vocally lets off a couple shots to those game-playing cats.
Remember when she went on Tim Westwood and lit the mic up? Shoot, in case you forgot, you might wanna peep this. There aren’t many female emcees in Hip-Hop who really shine because of their skills in hip-hop! I Can’t even be mad at shorty for pullin out her phone.
“I think it’s well balanced, I don’t think hip-hop’s lost it’s integrity in any way”
Today he’s signed with Nas, but life wasn’t always so charmed for West Coast hip hop artist Fashawn. Before he was Fashawn, he was a “a little grimy kid from Fresno, doing a lot of stuff I wasn’t supposed to be doing. Getting in trouble, going to court….just being a rough little guy.” Then, on Martin Luther King day in 2001, he jumped on the mic during a deejayed event at a barber shop and ripped it. His barber introduced him to his manager, and now, he’s signed to Nas’s Mass Appeal label.
In this candid clip, the rapper shares how he went from rocking the mic in a barbershop, to the offices of Interscope, to having a record deal from a legendary artist. He also talks about his latest project, The Ecology, which was inspired by him hearing Marvin Gaye’s similarly titled work at the age one. In addition, he addresses the game today, and how artists who take their craft seriously and speak truth, are dominant in hip-hop.
Be sure to check for Fashawn, as he’s heading out on tour to a city near you. “I’m gonna leave it all on the stage, man,” he says.