A Japanorama x Puma Pack Will Be Debuting Next Month

Making its debut next month, here is an official look at the Japanorama x Puma collaboration.

The Japanorama x Puma draws inspiration from the fast-paced, high tech and unique culture of Japan. Offering a wider range of footwear to choose from, the Japanorama x Puma has something for everyone, regardless of what your style is. Check out all the Japanorama x Puma sneakers below and let us know which pair you’re feeling the most.

Japanorama x Puma RS X





The RS-X Japanorama celebrates the clashing, colliding and resulting creative fusion of different cultures. The bold, retro-inspired style of RS-X meets Japanese-inspired design, with clean, minimalist detailing and subtle embroidery that reads ‘PUMA’ in Japanese.
Release Date: 10/1
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The Reebok Zig Kinetica Undersounds Collection Comes With Music Playlists Printed On The Sockliners

Reebok has linked up with an unexpected partner for their latest collaboration with the arrival of the Spotify x Reebok Zig Kinetica Ultrasounds Collection.

The Reebok Zig Kinetica Undersounds collection celebrates the sounds and subcultures of some of America’s most iconic cities: Atlanta, Houston and New York. Silhouettes within the collection brings to life the heart and soul of each city, featuring unique design paired with Spotify codes printed on the sockliner that give wearers access to curated playlists that embody each city’s sounds and local music scene. The end result are shoes that provide an immersive and celebratory experience into the underground energy of some of America’s most legendary subcultures. Continue reading

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Lil Tecca “Virgo World” Review

A little more than one year before the release of his debut studio album, Lil Tecca cracked the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10 with his hit single “Ransom”, which would go on to become one of the year’s most popular songs. The track allowed the New York upstart to build the starter kit for his brand, releasing his first commercial mixtape We Love You Tecca and kicking off his dream.

Despite the strength of “Ransom”, Lil Tecca’s potential longevity was still called into question by curious listeners. Would he be able to stand the test of time or would he fizzle away and become a one-hit-wonder? With Virgo World, his official debut album, Lil Tecca attempts to prove his staying power. Continue reading

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Blacc Zacc & Foogiano Know You Already “Knew Dat”

Recent Interscope signee Blacc Zacc just scored a feature on the Madden 21 soundtrack and he’s making sure you remember who he is.

His Carolina Narco album earlier this year attracted significant buzz and he joined DaBaby as one of the hottest new artists out of the Carolinas. He’s been keeping busy supporting the release with creative visuals, including a uniquely hilarious video for the album’s lead single and a gritty short film of the same name.

He continues his output with a brand new song and video released earlier this morning, joined by The New 1017’s Foogiano.  Continue reading

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Superlative X Mr. Scruff – Read All About It (Music Video/iTunes/Spotify) Taken Off: Co​-​Lab Theory (30th Sept)

Upcoming Manchester-based artist Superlative & Macclesfield’s Mr. Scruff team up with Rosie Eliza for the new animated visual for their track READ ALL ABOUT IT, via Rhythm Lab Records

Amidst the lockdown in March, Mr. Scruff released his ‘DJ Kicks’ compilation on K7, a culmination of three decades of DJing, producing, and putting on parties all over the world, showcasing his broad appreciation for genres and sounds – a time when parties and clubbing had sadly ceased somewhat – although creative output, it seems, was to continue regardless.

Having been asked at the back of end of 2019 by Reform Radio (the award-winning, Manchester-based online radio station) to take part in ‘Co-Lab Theory’, a project aiming to partner eight different industry names (including Swing Ting, Lovescene, and Werkha) with eight members of the next generation of the city’s musical talent to collaborate and trade knowledge with, as an advocate of new artists both in Manchester and beyond, it was a no brainer – and Reform promptly paired him with the rising star that is Superlative. Continue reading

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