Berner Pulls Funds Out Of Wells Fargo After Claiming He Was Discriminated Against

Taylor Gang’s Berner claims he’s being discriminated against by one of America’s leading financial institutions due to his cannabis businesses. 

Berner took to Instagram over the weekend to air out Wells Fargo after banking with them for over 19 years. The rapper explained that he tried opening up a bank account with the company for his clothing store on Melrose but was ultimately denied for the third time. Berner seems to believe that Wells Fargo denied him due to his cannabis-related work. However, he said that none of his cannabis-related businesses go through Wells Fargo. Continue reading

J. Cole’s Manager Laughs Off Viral Clip Of Rapper’s Clone Getting Punched

J. Cole keeps an incredibly low-profile in the public eye despite his celebrity status. He isn’t the type of rapper to get exposed on TheShadeRoom or make a scandalous headline for TMZ. Last night, footage surfaced online of what appeared to be the rapper getting into a brawl. While many fans easily identified that it wasn’t actually the rapper who was involved in the scuffle, Cole’s manager took to Twitter to lay the rumors to rest.

J. Cole’s manager and co-founder of Dreamville records, Ibrahim Hamad, addressed the viral clip of Cole’s look-a-like getting into a scrap. Although people were quick to point out that a) Cole’s beard isn’t that long, and b) Cole wouldn’t have snapback attached to his belt loop, Hamad took to Twitter to clarify the video at a fan’s request. Continue reading

Gucci Mane Praises His Wife Keyshia Ka’Oir, Says She “Changed” His Life

Gucci Mane and his wife Keyshia Ka’Oir are easily one of hip-hop’s most powerful couples. The Jamaican-born model held it down for Gucci when he was locked up and when he was a free man they kept their bond stronger than ever leading to their glamorous wedding in October of 2017. From matching cars, to matching outfits and more recently extravagant gifts Gucci and Keyshia are a match made in heaven and the “Wake Up In The Sky” rapper is letting it be known with his latest Instagram post.  Continue reading

Justin Bieber Is Taking A Hiatus From Music

Justin Bieber is one of the most successful artists of the modern era. He’s one of only two artists with four songs with more than one billion streams on Spotify (and his fifth is only a little more than 300,000 away). He’s also one of the most publicized musicians, even at the young age of 25.

However, an individual can only endure that much scrutiny and pressure for so long. Bieber has announced via social media that he is taking a hiatus from music to focus on “repairing some of the deep rooted issues that I have,” as well as his marriage. He also mentions he wants to “be the father I want to be” — it’s unclear if this is acknowledgement that his wife, Hailey Baldwin, is pregnant, or some vow for the future. Continue reading

In Conversation: Carl Cox [Intec]

Welcome to In Conversation, the podcast dedicated to giving you an unparalleled look into electronic music’s greatest minds, both in the studio and beyond. We deconstruct their daily routines, fears, and quirks, showing you what makes them tick, and what exactly makes them so successful. From …

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Nike’s Best Sneaker Collabs: From Virgil Abloh To The Wu-Tang Clan

In 1964, Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman started the footwear company Blue Ribbon Sports. Seven years later, the brand would change its name to Nike and birth an empire. For decades, Nike has been innovators within the sneaker space. Models like the Nike Cortez, Air Max 1, Air Force 1, Air Jordan, and even the VaporMax have changed the way people look at shoes. No longer a simple practical object meant only to protect your feet, but an integral piece of fashion to any outfit.

Over the years, Nike has taken advantage of the fashionable nature of their shoes by teaming up with other brands and designers. These collabs have helped bring new ideas and colorways to already established Nike lines. Some of these collaborations have even helped mold sneaker culture into what it is today. While some partnerships come and go, others become engrained in sneaker culture forever. Continue reading