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Kim Kardashian isn’t the only woman in her family with a bountiful derriere. Although Khloe Kardashian‘s cakes seem to have developed only in recent years (see: Real Or Fake?: Khloe Kardashian’s Butt Edition), she covers the latest issue of Complex mag. 

Rapper, and for all intents and purposes, Air Jordan connoisseur Big K.R.I.T. visited famed sneaker haven Flight Club with Complex‘s Joe La Puma during a visit to New York City.

Has Killa Season officially returned? After making headlines with a collaborative cape collection with Mark McNairy and the DIPSET USA clothing brand, Cam’ron veers attention back to he and A-Trak’s upcoming Federal Reserve EP on the April/May issue of Complex Magazine.

Following an awe-inspiring year, it was only right that Pharrell Williams covered Complex Magazine’s “Best Of 2013” issue. The Neptune producer discussed everything under the sun, from his creative outlook to if he regrets any past fashion decisions.

Chance The Rapper won’t be the only musician to cover Complex magazine’s October/November 2013 issue. Model-esque rapper Iggy Azalea will occupy another in all her splendor.

Chance The Rapper has been bubbling for a hot minute, mainly thanks to his critically acclaimed Acid Rap project. With the accolades streaming in, the Chicago MC lands on the cover of Complex magazine’s October/November 2013 issue.

The Weeknd has made his ambiguity and seemingly elusive nature work in his favor. Cite his well-received projects House Of Balloons, Thursday, and Echoes Of Silence as proof. However, he decided to break silence with Complex magazine in his first ever interview.

Pot or kettle, Bynes? While we’re all witnessing the public breakdown of former teen star/comedian actor Amanda Bynes, she continues her social media rants. This week Bynes is taking on men’s trade publication powerhouse Complex and their frequent friend Kid Cudi.

NBA All-Star and fashion icon, Russell Westbrook, covers the latest issue of Complex Magazine.

Yesterday, the good folks at Complex introduced Quickstrike, a new Complex TV series dedicated to sneaker culture. The five minute show derives its format from ESPN’s Pardon The Interruption, and features hosts DJ Clark Kent and Complex Sneaker Editor, Russ Bengtson discussing their opinions on the latest happenings in the shoe game.

Seven Rihanna covers and Complex magazine still isn’t done. The second cover subject of the mag’s February/March 2013 issue is Kid Cudi and the interview covers everything from the G.O.O.D. Music rapper getting off antidepressants to getting back to producing tracks on his new album, Indicud, to giving his late father a proper burial.

After revealing their G.O.O.D. Music flavored cover yesterday, Complex delivers the second cover (on the flipside of the mag) which features Rita Ora. The Roc Nation artist was once seen as just a Rihanna lookalike but it is slowly but surely making a strong impression in the game. And contrary to what you may have […]