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New Music Monday: May week 1

by Cyril Hijack Thursday 19 May 2011
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New Music Monday is back after a couple week hiatus, I finally got some dope new beats for you ipods and mp3 players. This week we have some new reggae to put you in that summer mood. Some Lyrical skills from Consequence, Phil Ade, and others. But I have to say all the tracks are worth downloading and at least giving them a try or 2. I do these to try and showcase new artists you might not know and or tracks that are new.  So grab the full zip file and enjoy you week of new music.

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N.M.M May week 1
Consequence – Waited Too Long ft. Ryan Leslie and Tony Williams
Steve Liriks – Peace, Prosperit

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C-Real’s New Trends Wednesdays

by Cyril Hijack Monday 18 April 2011
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Air Jordan V – Jordan Tokyo 23 Collection

Jordan Brand’s Tokyo center is called, appropriately, Jordan Tokyo 23. And while the shop is still under construction, there is no better way to get the hype train fired up than releasing photos of models crafted to celebrate the shop’s release. The main draw will be this yellow suede Air Jordan V (5) Retro, as its striking black and yellow (just try to not hum along to the Whiz song!) colorway already has people stateside begging for a domestic release. The outsole on the bottom even features a yellow jumpman, while the shop’s logo is embroidered onto the heel. The rumor is that it will release in late April, but rest assured that we will have the information for you as soon as they become available.

Source: Freshmag.com

Jordan Kick Names T-Shirt

While there is no single source of where it came from, the nicknames dubbed by fans to each Air Jordan releases served as an easily identifiable marker for the editions. In addition, its purpose transcends merely just an object of desirability but as something of emotional memorabilia. Asked any Jordan aficionados where they were when the “Cool Grey” came out last December or the “Playoffs”, and they will recount each moment to the seconds. And for those new to this brotherhood of fanatics, there is the Jordan Kick Names T-Shirt, a “cheat sheet” of all the popular Air Jordan models conveniently printed on 100% cotton tee. Even if you don’t own a pair of AJs, the tees still make a great reference source to popular culture and street lingo. Available now through NikeStore.com

Source: Freshmag.com

Stussy x Nike Sky Force 88 Mid Preview

Stussy has once again joined forces with Nike to create these soon-to-be-released sneakers. Choosing the Nike Sky Force 88 Mid model, Stussy has opted for four different colorways. Camo versions feature a mix of solid color leather sections with canvas camo print toe and side panels will sell along side a wheat and an all black colorway. The Stussy SS Link logo has been embossed onto the tongue area, placed over the basketball of the classic Force Mid 88 logo. These sneakers are set to release in Japan in the near future with a retail set at ¥13,650 JPY (approximately 1,060RMB).

Supreme – Spring 2011 T-Shirts

After successions of winter storms and a freakishly cold Spring, Supreme, the Lafayette Street staple, is here to remind us that warmer weather is just ahead with a set of 6 graphic t-shirts. Unlike some of the more “snarky” graphics in the past, the new assortment is straight forward, with one as a tribute to late Soul music great Curtis Mayfield.  The t-shirts will be available this Thursday, April 14th, at Supreme’s North America retail locations and online store, follow by availability at its Japan retail points this Saturday, April 16th.

Source: Freshmag.com

Air Jordan VII (7) – Year Of The Rabbit & Bordeaux

This has shaped up to be the year of the Air Jordan VII (7) retro. Adding to the well-received Year of the Rabbit Air Force 1 and Air Jordan 2011, what better paring of animal and shoe than the “Hare” and this model that bore that name twenty years ago? This limited release features a monochromatic tongue, unlike that of the Bordeaux colorway due out soon, and a simple, direct colorway of white, red, grey, and gold. This has a more than slight resemblance to the Hare model first released in 1991, apart from the multicolored tongue and the red detailing on the jumpman, heel tab and laces, which are replaced by a dark gold/bronze.

While 19 years is a long time, the constant recollections by fans and the nostalgic images from that fateful 1992 NBA All-Star Game made us forget just how long this wait is, more accurately, the wait was. First worn by Michael Jordan at the 1992 NBA All-Star Game, the Air Jordan VII (7) in Black/Light Graphite-Bordeaux, or simply known as Bordeaux, was never on re-release schedule set by Jordan Brand till next Saturday, April 16th, when Jordan retailers around the globe will begin to sell them once again. Because of its rarity, its often deemed as one of the most sought after Jordan models. Let’s hope it won’t be another 19 years for us to see its return again.

Source: Freshmag.com

Boundless 2011 Fall/Winter “Gardens of the Pure” Collection Preview

Boundless offers a preview of the brand’s upcoming collection for Fall/Winter 2011. Arguably one of their most cohesive collections to date, fall/winter sees a focus on cut-and-sew almost entirely as various staples are highlighted, including chinos, button-down shirts, outerwear, fleece and the usual T-shirt and accessory range.

Source: Hypebeast.com

Shrine Sneaker Rack

Have you ever wished for a shoe rack system that can display your sneaker collection more efficiently and stylishly. Independent product designer Fernando A Robert took that very simple concept and designed the Shrine Sneaker Rack. These racks are made from light weight brushed stainless steel and its simple construction functions as a wall mounted display. It is ideal for your home or shop and it can be mounted in any configuration on the wall. Currently these are only sold as limited runs to gauge consumer interest and purchases can be made directly from theShrine Sneaker Rack online store.

Source: Freshmag.com

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