On the 4th of July, eight-year-old Secoriea Turner was riding in a vehicle with her mother and another adult as they made their way home. They’d just celebrated the holiday with friends and family and on their route, they came across a blockade of people who were keeping vehicles from driving down certain roadways. As the driver attempted to maneuver the car, someone in the crowd opened fire, shooting at the vehicle Secoriea Turner was in. The little girl was the only person injured and she died in her mother’s arms. Later, Tyler Perry offered to cover all of the family’s funeral expenses.
R-Mean is applying serious pressure these days. Though quite throughout 2019, he was cooking up some heat and recently announced a joint effort with Berner on the way. As we await the arrival of the project, R-Mean and Berner have unleashed another monstrous cut off of the project alongside the great Styles P titled, “Mafia.” Bringing back the feeling of mafioso rap with an emphasis on strengthening communities, all three rappers flex their technical prowess and slick wordplay over a sample of “Affirmative Action.”
Miró, who has since started his own practice in Texas, revisited the project in light of this loss.
“As the world grapples with the staggering death toll of Covid-19, Yarauvi is a timely reminder that death is a part of humanity that architecture should embrace rather than avoid,” said Miró.
The Nreal Light mixed reality (MR) glasses are due to arrive by the end of 2020 as a developer kit. In the run-up to launch Nreal has announced that the kit will come with two pieces of software pre-installed; Spatial and DingTalk Work Space.
Both apps are built around virtual collaboration, a key consideration for a lot of companies as employees work remotely. Spatial is the better known of the two, enabling users to create their own rooms and import their own content like 3D models. Another benefit is the fact that Spatial is already available on platforms like Oculus Quest, enabling cross-platform meetings.
Release Date: November 7th, 2020
Retail Price: $220
Style Code: CZ5725-700
It is being reported that the What The Theme will be showcased on the Air Jordan 5 later on this year. Celebrating the Air Jordan 5’s 30th Anniversary, the Air Jordan 5 What The will utilize colors and details from the Air Jordan 5 Tokyo, Shanghai, Raging Bull, Bel-Air, Laser and more. Our first look at the shoe shows that the left and right shoe will be completely different from each other. The mismatched motif has one shoe done in Yellow (Tokyo) and another shoe done in Red (Raging Bull). Details include the Japanese character and medallion embroidery from the “Tokyo 23” and “Shanghai” colorways, respectively. The debuting leaked images also showcases graphic lining from the “Bel-Air” and “Laser” Air Jordan 5s. You can also see 3M reflective tongues and translucent netting on the sides.
ZHU & Bob Moses…. what a combination. After being teased yesterday, their new collaboration “Desire” is out now.
“Desire” is a brilliant blend of both artists’ styles with deep synths and pumping bass, meshed with whimsical melody. Contrary to most of his tracks, even collabs, ZHU lends vocal duty over to Bob Moses for this one.
The duo partnered with CTRL5 to craft a first-of-its-kind interactive animated video directed by Owen Brown in quarantine. Check out the awesome interactive music video here. You can also stream it regularly below. Enjoy!