Kendrick Lamar adds a dope verse to Bridget Kelly’s ‘Street Dreamin’, a smooth Shay Taylor-produced cut that originally appeared on Funkmaster Flex’s latest mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? Take a listen to the untagged version of this track above.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
J. Cole releases new music this evening, sampling Lauryn Hill’s ‘Nothing Even Matters’ for ‘Cole Summer’. Take a listen to this track above. Look out for Cole to drop the Yours Truly 2 EP tomorrow. His album Born Sinner arrives June 25th.
Surely this generation looks back fondly on the summer of 2001, whence audiences were first introduced to Dominic Toretto and his band of street-racing outlaws, not to mention his lovely sister Mia, launching a film series called The Fast and The Furious. Since then, the series has taken us to Tokyo and back, under the hoods of countless modified imports, and has blessed us with endless entertainment per a spot-stealing Tyrese performance. The latest installment of the series – Fast & Furious 6 – finds Dom, Brian, and the rest of the gang reprising their roles to hunt down an international terrorist, using hot rods, explosions, and street smarts to save the family ties at risk. Enjoy the trailer above and be sure to catch Fast & Furious 6 in theaters May 24.
Directed by: ILLROOTS
Cinematography & Edited by: Dylan Knight
Special Effects by: Anthony Esquivel
Song production by: Blended Babies
Chance and Ab-Soul collaborated on a hazy anthem.
Song Produced by: Flying Lotus
Following the release of his new single ‘S.D.S.’. Mac Miller drops a dope video to coincide with this track. Check it out above. Watching Movies With The Sound Off coming soon.
Lorine Chia blesses the internet with new music today as she releases ‘Good Enough’, the latest offering off of her Lorine Redux album, coming very soon. Take a listen to ‘Good Enough’ above.
Source: The Line of Best Fit
Coming to Jordan Brand retailers this summer is an appropriately seasonal edition of the iconic Air Jordan 11. A follow-up to last summer’s White/Varsity Red-Black colorway, this edition of the kicks sees a black ballistic nylon tongue and quarter panels alongside a matching leather heel, nylon lacing loops, and a white patent leather mudguard. Built atop an icy outsole, the shoes are further complemented by a white midsole and red accents in the form of Jumpman branding and the herringbone traction pods. Retailing for $140 USD, look for the White/Black-True Red low-top retro to be available on June 8.