The New York Jets have released quarterback Tim Tebow, a league source confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Tebow's release was earlier reported by the New York Post. The Jets, who selected quarterback Geno Smith in the second round of the NFL draft, had six quarterbacks on their depth chart before the release of Tebow. [Watch More]
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The moment every single one of us, without exception, have been waiting for is here. Ray J's "I Hit It First" video -- the visual obviously doesn’t feature an appearance from Ms. Kardashian, but includes a Kimmie lookalike and easily the highest profile cameo of Bobby Brackins' career. The song is also available on iTunes, should you be so inspired. Enjoy.
Originally released in 2007, the Air Jordan III “Do The Right Thing” took inspiration from Spike Lee‘s film of the same name, debuting in brisk blue, pro gold and radiant green. The Air Jordan Son of Mars Low “Do The Right Thing” picks up the iconic color scheme of the movie posters, sporting a game royal base, grey outsole and red, green and yellow accents. Adding some pattern to the sneaker’s bold hues, meanwhile, is the return of the popular elephant print, along with blue speckles along the midsole. Look for the Air Jordan Son of Mars Low “Do The Right Thing” to release on June 29 at Jordan Brand accounts.
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We may only be in the final days of April, but Sean Kingston, Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa speed us to the middle of summer in the video to their Beat It collaboration. Joined by a flock of bikini-clad models, the trio live it up at a Malibu mansion party in director Colin Tilley’s stunning visual piece. Who said rappers got it easy? “Beat It” will live on Sean Kingston’s upcoming third studio album, Back to Life. Enjoy.
If there was any hope among the Oklahoma City Thunder fans that Russell Westbrook would "pull a Metta World Peace" and return less than two weeks after having surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee, guess we could put that idea to rest. According to Ken Berger of CBS Sports, the doctors involved opted the repair, instead of removing, which "requires a longer recovery time but also is a better long-term solution" and as a result, Russ will miss the rest of the playoffs. A specific timetable for Westbrook's return is uncertain at the moment. [Watch More]
Saturday, 27 April 2013 21:02 Written by Jasmine
Last week, Ray J delivered his controversial single I Hit It First featuring Bobby Brackins and the record debuted at #51 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Ray J aims to keep the momentum going and has already shot a visual for the track. Here is behind the scenes look at what went down on the set. Enjoy.
For Spring 2013, trustworthy Taiwanese streetwear staple Less brings forth the popular Tigerstripe Logo Camp Cap on a set of 5-Panel caps. Dressed in light and dark green complexions, the caps feature logo patch embellishment at the crown and a leather buckle and strap closure at the back. Elsewhere, metal green eyelets decorate the side and a woven logo tab punctuates the rear. Continuing to deliver bold, stylish iterations to must-have streetwear staples, the Logo Camp Caps are now available from the Less online store for NT $1,380 (approximately $45 USD). [See More]
Only a few days after our in-depth preview of EA Sports' Madden NFL 25, a trailer has finally hit the net to show us how the game looks including a few of the special plays. This is one of the first of a series of gameplay trailers planned for the weeks leading up to the Madden NFL 25 release later this year. Take a gander at the video above and let us know your thoughts. Enjoy.
After much deliberation, Iggy Azalea has inked a solo deal with Island Def Jam. The announcement comes just two months after the Australian rapper signed with Mercury Records in the UK. Despite not officially being on T.I.’s Grand Hustle imprint through their deal with Atlantic Records, Iggy clarified that she still reps "Hustle Gang" and will appear on the upcoming G.D.O.D.: The Introduction compilation. [See More]
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Californian footwear imprint Gourmet prides itself on crafting unique silhouettes with exotic patterns and designs. For its latest lookbook, Gourmet takes it’s sun-soaked motifs to an exotic landscape, as statuesque women make the most of the beautiful weather with sneakers from its Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Directed by David Dinetz and Dylan Trussell, the short clip takes us to the coasts of St. Barts where modish sneakers and beautiful women coexist — a sneaker aficionado’s paradise if you will. If you’re looking to switch up your sneaker rotation, Gourmet’s delectable offerings are definitely worth a look, or two. This video is not NSFW. Enjoy.