Here is the second preview from Big Sean’s upcoming tape Detroit. This one is called “24 Karats Of Gold” and the final version will feature J. Cole. The full project drops September 5th.
Music video by Slaughterhouse performing Throw It Away. © 2012 Interscope
Music video by 2 Chainz performing Birthday Song (Explicit). ©: The Island Def Jam Music Group
Music video by Nas performing Bye Baby. ©: The Island Def Jam Music Group
directed by Aristotle
Warren Buffett celebrated his 82nd birthday Thursday by announcing an additional $3.1 billion in donations to the charities run by his three children.
directed by Dre Films
The Shoezeum is the largest and most comprehensive collection of Nikes in the world and it opened today in downtown Las Vegas. The gallery opens daily at 4pm. Only $10 admission.
GWOP Magazine staff checked out the Shoezeum for its grand opening. Jordan Geller (founder of Shoezeum/ sneaker collector) has the sickest shoe collection in the world with over 2500 Nikes. This museum /art gallery is a sneaker heads heaven.
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Lighty, 44 — a longtime manager of 50 Cent, Diddy, Ja Rule and Mariah Carey — was found dead inside his South Riverdale apartment about 11:30 a.m., police sources said.
It appeared he died from a bullet to his head, sources said. A gun was recovered next to his body.
#1. Trey Songz – Chapter V – 135,000 (135,000)
#2. 2 Chainz – Based On A T.R.U. Story – 48,000 (195,000)
#4. DJ Khaled – Kiss The Ring – 41,000 (41,000)
#8. Rick Ross – God Forgives, I Don’t- 28,000 (350,000)
#26. Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – 14,000 (640,000)
#29. Nas – Life Is Good – 12,000 (272,000)
#39. Frank Ocean – Channel Orange – 10,000 (272,000)
#60. Tyga – Careless World: Rise Of The Last King – 62,000 (290,000)
#124. JJ DOOM – Keys To The Kuffs – 3,300 (3,300)
#192. Wale – Ambition – 2,000 (450,000)
* data comes from Nielsen Soundscan, rounded to nearest thousandth for units above 10,000, nearest hundredth for units below 10,000.
The shoes will retail for $100.
The brand will hit retail stores in New York on Friday and subsequently roll out in 33 stores nationwide before hitting Europe for the holiday season.
In 1989, as the shoe business heated up thanks mostly due to Air Jordans, Ewing, who was getting paid nearly $1 million a year by adidas, left the brand. For most of the 1988-89 season, at the advice of David Falk (friend & agent), he wore an unbranded white shoe to keep people guessing what was next. Toward the end of the season, Ewing, in partnership with Pony founder Roberto Mueller, unveiled the Ewing Athletics brand. By 1990, the company was doing remarkable business, grossing approximately $100 million that year.
The company released more than 20 different shoe models until 1996, when challenges, including the overall sneaker market itself, forced Ewing and his partners to shut down the business.