Chris Paul Teases Yet Another Air Jordan 11 PE

NBA point guard, Chris Paul is known to keep the fly kicks on deck and as him and the LA clippers are finishing up the NBA regular season he has been teasing some very eye-catching kicks. He is by far one of the greatest point guards to ever play the game and he could possibly also be on the list for athletes with crazy sneaker collections. He is always seen with a new pair of Air Jordan 11 PE’s as he is also apart of the Jordan Brand family where he dawns his own signature collection.

He previews a sick pair of Air Jordan 11 PE’s decked out in the clipper team colorway with ’23’ branding on the heel and royal blue patent leather matching the lining. Could these possibly be a release for Jordan Brand coming soon? Stay tuned we will keep you updated as more info emerges.



Official Images Of The Air Jordan 1 Royal Releasing This Weekend

Possibly the biggest release of 2017…..


The official images of the highly anticipated, Air Jordan 1 Royal is here and let’s just say that they are as crispy as expected. It’s been four years, since the shoe released sneakerheads are in a frenzy over the release that will take place this weekend. The shoe has been upgraded with tumbled leather, a white insole with ‘Nike Air’ branding on the tongue tag. Staying equipped with the beautiful black and royal colorway that comes together and contrasts throughout the shoe.

Resources have confirmed that the shoe will more than likely be a limited release set at a price of $160 on April 1st. We will keep you updated on if the kicks are forsure limited or not. Check out images of the official Air Jordan 1 Royal below.



$160 Color: Black/Varsity Royal-WhiteStyle Code: 555088-007



Watch The Video For Soul American Dreams’ Juice-Inspired Video “Bishop”

Soul American Dream is taking no chances in his music video for his single “Bishop”, off his 2016 project titled No More Favors.

The video kicks off with an original scene from America’s classic film Juice starring legendary 2 PAC. “I want the juice, I feel like Bishop”, he raps over a gritty beat as he spits about the daily fight he goes through in his hood.

Hard work is paying off for the young artist. Last year he dropped three projects and his grind continues to grow. There is nothing that can stop his success.

Take the time to check out Soul American Dreams’ latest flick “Bishop”. It’s worth every bit of your time enjoy.

Don Hunstein, ‘Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan’ Photographer, Dead at 88

Don Hunstein, the photographer who captured the iconic image of Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo that adorns the singer’s Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, died March 18th in Manhattan at the age of 88.

Hunstein’s wife Dee Anne Hunstein confirmed her husband’s death to the New York Times, adding that the photographer died following a battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.

As an in-house photographer for Columbia Records in the Fifties and Sixties, Hunstein shot the striking images that feature on the covers of albums like Miles Davis’ NefertitiThelonious Monk’s Monk’s Dream, Blood, Sweat & Tears’ Mirror Image and Dylan’s 1962 self-titled solo LP.

However, Hunstein will be best remembered for his Freewheelin’ image, featuring Dylan and his then-girlfriend Rotolo trudging down a West Village street on a freezing February day in 1963.

Hunstein had initially photographed Dylan and Rotolo inside their apartment, but unsatisfied with the results, opted to move the shoot outdoors despite the cold weather.

“We went down to Dylan’s place on Fourth Street, just off Sixth Avenue, right in the heart of the Village. It was winter, dirty snow on the ground,” Hunstein once recalled in an interview with Dylan fan publication The Telegraph

“Well, I can’t tell you why I did it, but I said, ‘Just walk up and down the street.’ There wasn’t very much thought to it. It was late afternoon – you can tell that the sun was low behind them. It must have been pretty uncomfortable, out there in the slush.”

Decades later, Dylan would use a photo Hunstein took of Times Square in the Sixties as the original front cover of his autobiography Chronicles: Volume One, the New York Times notes.

In addition to his album covers, Hunstein photographed artists ranging from Barbra Streisand and Janis Joplin to Tony Bennett and Aretha Franklin. In 2009, Hunstein’s work was shown alongside other rock photography giants in the exhibit Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present.

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Watch Ed Sheeran Help Homeless Liberian Kids in Red Nose Day Video

Ed Sheeran played a large role in Friday’s Red Nose Day special as the singer performed, appeared in a comedy sketch and hosted an emotional segment where he traveled to Liberia to meet with homeless and parentless children.

In the video, produced by Comic Relief, Sheeran meets JD, a Liberian boy who spent two months sleeping in a canoe on the beach bordering a dangerous slum at the time of the video’s filming. JD, who lost his mother to Ebola and was abandoned by his father, tells Sheeran about his difficult life and presidential dreams.

Sheeran is so moved by JD’s story, he tells the segment’s crew that he’s not leaving until the child and five of his mates are “sorted out” in a situation that includes shelter and schooling. The singer offers to put up the money to ensure JD doesn’t spend another night on the beach.

“These kids, you give them an education, you give them hope. I think that’s the main thing, I don’t even think it’s a financial thing. I think it’s just someone saying ‘You can be this,’ and fulfilling the promise,” Sheeran said.

“These Red Nose Day appeals are meant to be we make a case for a child and that tugs on your heartstrings, and then you donate because you want to help the child out, but I can’t leave, and I think everyone here filming agrees, we can’t leave this place without sorting these kids out… But these kids are just five in a million, two million, five million. There’s so many kids that are in the same situation.”

Donations can be made through the Comic Relief site.

In a lighthearted sketch, Sheeran teamed with Kurupt FM, the comedy troupe behind the BBC series People Just Do Nothing, to produce a green screen-heavy music video.

Sheeran also performed his Divide song “What Do I Know?” on the Red Nose Day special, which will air tonight in the U.S.

In a previously released sketch, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick and more auditioned for the role of Stephen Hawking’s new voice. The Red Nose Day special will also feature the anticipated Love Actually quasi-reunion.

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D.L. Prime and Felony Squad Mafia Drop Visual For “Hunidville” Off Of The “Gooniez Never Die” Album

Allentown, Pa, recording artist Darius Lee Primer, has seen his fair share of drama, heartache and uphill battles. As a teenager he was involved in situations which landed him a jail sentence of 8 years-during which, he lost his mother due to health complications. That would be enough to cause anyone to lose their mind but instead; Darius took his pain and turned it into a passion, using music as a release.

Fast forward to recently, Darius has taken his focus to his music more seriously than ever, the growth is evident. The songs are no longer about partying but instead they are filled with jewels to help those that may be in the same situation overcome the odds. THE TIME IS PRIME.

Felony Squad Mafia issues a visual treatment to the D.L. Prime-assisted “Hunidville” single. PimeMediaWorks jumps behind the lens as the Rap collective gives an inside look at the streets of Allentown, Pennsylvania aka “Hunidville”. With plenty of Hennessy on hand, FSM and Prime trap the hell out over the Mubbz Beats street ode. Get familiar to Felony Squad Mafia below and keep both eyes peeled for their “Goonies Never Die” album release.

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