Nike LeBron 3 “Fairfax” Rumored To Be Dropping: Details

LeBron James is in the 17th season of his NBA career and he continues to dominate and put up numbers that are indicative of a player who should be considered as the NBA’s MVP. Throughout those 17 seasons, he has dropped 17 signature sneakers with Nike and they have all made their mark on sneaker culture. Perhaps his first great sneaker was the LeBron 3 which was released all the way back in 2005. There were some pretty incredible PE’s including the Fairfax High School-inspired model of the same name, and as it turns out, this colorway will be released to the masses. Continue reading

Nicki Minaj Breaks Silence On George Floyd’s Murder

Nicki Minaj is breaking her silence on the murder of George Floyd after protests have been taking over the country. The rapper issued a statement and reminded people that, without us speaking out, this will just happen again. She shared a board with the last words of people of color that were killed by police officers, including George Floyd.

“When 4 black THUGS commit a crime, if 1 person commits murder, they ALL get charged & CONVICTED. When white THUGS/COPS KILL innocent black people, ALL 4 of them are responsible‼️‼️‼️ They all watched an unarmed man die and did nothing‼️ Why do they have different rules?????,” asked Nicki Minaj on Instagram. Continue reading

Sticky Fingaz ft. Sam Jackson, Talib Kweli, KRS-One, Brother J – I Can’t Breathe (Prod. by MaD LiON/Music Video)

ONYX frontman Sticky Fingaz joins Krs-One, Talib Kweli, Brother J & Samuel L. Jackson for their new track/visual I CAN’T BREATHE, produced by MaD LiON

Enough is enough! Sticky Fingaz frontman of the legendary group ONYX recruits some heavy hitters in the forms of Talib Kweli, KRS-One, Brother J, & Samuel L. Jackson for their new track ‘I Can’t Breathe’, with production by MaD LiON.

The visual that accompanies the track is by Myster DL for ILL Mannered Films. Continue reading

Kodak Black Suing Feds For Photo Of Him In Handcuffs

Kodak Black’s lawyer is getting back to work, this time preparing a lawsuit against the parties responsible for distributing a photo of the rapper in handcuffs from his arrest last year.

The rapper, whose real name is Bill K. Kapri, was arrested on the day he was supposed to perform at Rolling Loud Festival in Miami. Confirming his arrest, a photo started circulating across the internet of Kodak Black in handcuffs, smiling after being taken into police custody. The photo has irked the artist for a minute and now, it looks like he’s taking action against the federal officer who snapped it. Continue reading