New Music: Young Thug “Gangster S**t”


The always mystifying Young Thug is prepping the release of his forthcoming solo album Hy!£UN35, due this year. The Atlanta rapper, who recently guest appeared on songs by Nipsey Hussle (twice), O.T. Genasis, Chris Brown, and Trouble, decides to keep it solo on his new track.

Premiered on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio, stream “Gangster S**t” below. Fans in the tri-state area can catch Young Thug at HOT 97 Summer Jam, taking place live from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey this Sunday, June 5.

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Previously: Young Thug – “Texas Love” (Video)

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New Music: Pusha T Feat. JAY Z “Drug Dealers Anonymous”


After last year’s warmup, King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, Pusha T is planning to drop his next solo LP King Push this summer. Just hours after announcing the album’s lead single on Twitter, the Virginia MC officially releases the track “Drug Dealers Anonymous.”

Produced by DJ Dahi, the lyrical bout pairs the President of G.O.O.D. Music with JAY Z, Pusha T’s first solo collaboration with the Roc Nation CEO.

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New Music: Pusha T Feat. JAY Z – “Drug Dealers Anonymous” (prod. by DJ Dahi)


Previously: Pusha T Brings Out Desiigner In Chicago (Video)

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adidas Gives the EQT Support ADV Its Signature "Sub Green" Colorway Treatment

Rendered in adidas’ signature “Sub Green” colorway, this version of the EQT Running Support ADV recalls the brand’s rich history in sports shoe design. The familiar color combination can be seen on popular models such as the EQT Running Guidance ‘93, the Tech Super and other archive-inspired silhouettes. Built for performance and style, the pair is made from breathable Primeknit and accented with suede and synthetic materials. The textured rubber soles provide excellent traction, while the mesh linings deliver all-day comfort. Keep your calendars marked, as the “Sub Green” EQT Running Support ADVs are slated to drop sometime in July.

If however you’re more of the minimalist type, consider the previously dropped “Triple White” rendition for your casual lineup.

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[BREAKING, PARK SLOPE] Prospect Park Residence will pay residents $3.35M settlement

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By Ruth Brown

Brooklyn Paper

The owner of embattled Park Slope old folks’ home Prospect Park Residence will pay his elderly tenants $3.35 million as part of a lawsuit settlement, ending a high-profile two-year court battle between the two parties.

The money will help the nonagenarians — who have been fighting eviction since landlord Haysha Deitsch and state health officials abruptly gave them three months to scram in March 2014 — find and fund somewhere appropriate to live, according to their attorney.

“Our clients have always been worried about having the time and resources to move to an appropriate setting that was safe and not unduly restrictive,” said lawyer Kevin Cremin of MFY Legal Service, one of several firms working on the case. “We think this settlement will provide both the time and money.”

The lion’s share of the cash will go to the five oldsters who are still living in the 134-unit Prospect Park West assisted living facility — who will then have three months to leave — while a smaller amount will go to 10 residents who have already left, Cremin said.

But the settlement is bittersweet news for the residents, according to their loved ones — the tenants had hoped to live out their final days in the Prospect Park-side property, and don’t think they will find a comparable abode, even with the extra cash.

“I’m happy for my friend, but she and some of the other residents would rather stay,” said Nancy Rich, whose friend Anne-Marie Mogil moved into Prospect Park Residence just three months before she was told to leave. “It’s very traumatic to move, but that seems to be the only option.”

But Rich also said she is holding off on any celebrations until they actually come through with the money.

“It’s not over until it’s over,” she said.

If Deistch doesn’t pay — and on time — the settlement gives the residents even more time to move and cash to do it with, said Frederick Millett, another attorney representing the residents.

And a lawyer for Deistch and the Residence said his clients are happy to put the matter to rest.

“We’re happy that component of the litigation involving the remaining residents has been resolved amicably,” said lawyer Frank Carone.

The court battles aren’t over though.

The residents and their families are also pursuing a suit against the state Department of Health for signing off on the eviction plan, which they say was too hasty for such frail residents and didn’t offer them enough support in finding alternative accommodation.

That case is still in its early stages, however, and isn’t about financial compensation — it will just force the state to adhere to federal regulations that guarantee oustered nursing home residents a comparable place to live, Millett said.

“We want the DOH to recognize that their regulations are outdated and change them to comply with federal law,” he said.

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Source: Brooklyn Paper

Stray Rats Plays No Games In Its 2016 Summer Drop Lookbook

Miami streetwear brand Stray Rats has returned with a new set of visuals for its upcoming summmer drop. The visuals were shot in the 305’s Arcade Odyssey and features a new grip of graphic tees, hoodies, shorts and accessories. As usual, the collection’s inspo-board must’ve been all over the map: flips of Bashful from Snow White, the Miami-Dade County logo, Michael Jackson’s Heal the World and Exodus’ band logo.

Check the imagery out above and get ready to cop pieces when they drop over on the SR webstore on June 2.

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A Closer Look at the Nike Free Trainer Instinct "Hustle Hart"

After debuting on the feet of Kevin Hart as he starred on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, we take a closer look at the special edition of Nike’s Free Trainer Instinct. Dubbed the “Hustle Hart” edition, this colorway showcases Kevin Hart’s dedication to a healthier lifestyle while motivating the wearer. Throughout the shoe you’ll find influential phrases such as “Health is Wealth” and “Motivation is Contagious” amongst many others in 3M reflective detailing. The chukka styled upper hosts a flexible warp knit which shapes to your foot to enhance the feel of natural motion. Resting atop of Nike’s Free Sole, subtle details follow such as Hustle Hart branding on the tongue and on the insoles.

General release editions of the Nike Free Trainer Instinct are currently available at select Nike retailers and online for $130 USD, while the “Hustle Hart” colorway is expected to release in June.

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