Wednesday, 04 January 2012 16:45
Montana Colors presents site specific mural installations in the Wynwood Arts District at the Kohn Compound during Art Basel Miami 2011.
Featuring works from Apex, Axis, Chor Boogie, Destroy All Design, Estria, Haste, Jase, Kofie, Neonski, Pastime and Vogue, this is a terrific reflection on the success of Art Basel 2011. As the last bits of footage have begun rolling in, the 2012 event certainly has big shoes to fill. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 17:25
Last September, I downloaded this pop song on the recommendation of Immaculate Infatuation or Broke Mogul I can’t remember, but it’s been on my iPod playlist ever since.
I know nothing about Fueled By Ramen, or how they came to enlist Janelle Monae for this somewhat negligible cameo, but I assumed ramen was a college reference not an Asian one. Since then, We Are Young has been covered on Glee, the group has toured with Janelle, and the group name is now FUN. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 16:35
You have Lob City on the West Coast, and Dwyane Wade to LeBron James on the East Coast. Now, we might be witnessing a new rookie duo emerging up North.
We already knew that Derrick Williams is freakishly athletic, and we knew Ricky Rubio has some disgusting handles, so it was only a matter of time before we started seeing these kinds of jaw-dropping alley-oops. With Kevin Love, the Wolves have some of the highest potential in the league. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 16:12
When The-Dream sat down with Tim Westwood, he was immediately hit with some pretty personal questions. While a lot of people don't like to talk about how much money they make, Terrius didn't have a problem sharing the details with Westwood.
When he was asked how much he made from writing Rihanna's hit single Umbrella, the artist/writer/producer hesitated for a second while he thought, then said it was probably around $15 Million. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 20:11
Native 4K recording? Check. A built-for-war body? You bet. Backordered despite a downright shocking $11,700 price tag? Most certainly.
As with Red's prior products, the Scarlet-X seems to be wowing just about every shooter lucky enough to come into contact with one. Luck for you, the folks over at Cinema5D have spent an inordinate of amount of time with this beast in order to deliver the full skinny on whether it's worth the price (and wait). [See & Read More]
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 19:35
We all hear lots of stories about mind-numbingly stupid criminals, but what about mind-numbingly stupid cops?
Well, here's one about a cop in Utica, New York, who was caught on his own dash camera apparently planting evidence in the SUV of a man who was stopped for a supposedly routine traffic violation. [Read More]
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 19:32
Who said hockey and hip-hop don’t mix? The NHL held their 5th annual Winter Classic game to bring in the new year at Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park yesterday afternoon.
Keeping with the hometown flavor, The Roots hit the ice rink to perform The Fire. For those keeping score, the New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2. Also pickup their new album, undun out now. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 18:21
Young Money boss Lil Wayne performs The Motto live at LIV Nightclub in Miami. However, he was without Drake, who was across the country in Las Vegas.
Wayne also brought out a special guest from New York, and YMCMB crew members Twist and Jae Millz. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 16:59
The first installment of DRIVE finds Leo Parente and his team hopping over the pond to explore the Nürburgring 24 Hour race. This fascinating mini-documentary puts viewers behind the wheel of one of the most chaotic, and accessible races out there.
First used in 1927, Nürburgring has been challenging the world’s greatest drivers ever since. While other automobile endeavors can be described as “races,” those who have been to Nürburgring simple call it, “the event.” Enjoy.
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 16:30
This weekend Rick Ross brought in the New Year at Cameo in Miami. Where they pulled out all the stops to make The Boss’ party was the biggest New Year's celebration in the city.
In true South Beach style there we’re bossed themed tables. Tables named after the Boss himself including the Im’a Boss table and the Aston Martin VIP table. Rozay even pulled out all the stops with a $100,000 table including 50 bottles of Moet Nectar Rose and a nite out at his recording studio. Enjoy