Hip-Hop and sneaker historian DJ Clark Kent has revealed how one of the best collaborations in rap history came to be.
McDonald’s is standing behind a Hip-Hop talent search where actual talent will reign supreme at the end of the day.
HOT 97’s own Funk Flex is prepping to set into orbit his own sneaker, fashion and lifestyle destination by opening a retail shop, complimentary website and mobile app, #PlanetKixx.
Last night (June 13), ABC’s Nightline aired a special segment on the sneaker game. The eight minute profile titled “Sneakerheads: Inside the World of High-Stakes Sneaker Trading” tackled the “after market boom of limited edition kicks.”
Brooklyn wins. Natives of the the New York City borough won’t have to travel as far for their sneaker fix as Foot Locker is opening a House Of Hoops store in Kings County this weekend.
The 1st annual Snkrbst showcase goes down tomorrow (May 19) in New York City and will feature performances from Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Joe Budden, Vinny Cha$e, Underachievers and more. Hosted by Angela Yee of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club and Natalie of Nina Sky, the event will celebrated the launch of Snkrbst (aka Sneaker Beast), a brand […]
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.
Sneaker snobs, your wishes have been fulfilled. “NIKE AIR” branding will be returning to a 2013 retro of the Air Jordan III White/Cement Grey colorway.
Wale is a rarity in Hip-Hop, an official comeback kid. The DC representing rapper and MMG team member drops “Freedom Of Speech,” the lead single from his forthcoming Folarin project.
It is no secret that everyone isn’t a fan of the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. While long time Brooklyn residents are happy for the attention it’s brought the city’s most famous borough, there is no escaping that there have been concerns about the building of the project.
Black Apple clothing, Hennessy Black, commissioned super producer DJ Clark Kent to create the Black In The New York Groove mixtape. The mixes selection was inspired by the sounds of NYC and its five boroughs. The “Brooklyn’s Finest” producer was critical of what tunes made the cut. “Making this mixtape was kind of tedious because of [the] […]
Bun B Interview Hip-Hop Wired recently caught up Trill O.G. Bun B at the launch of Sneakerpedia.com. Peep as Bun discusses his sneaker game which conisists of a few hundred pair and also how he just cut that number in half by giving away some. Now that’s giving back. Peep More Video Interviews Here
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