New Music: Smoke DZA & Pete Rock Feat. Dave East “Limitless”


Smoke DZA and Pete Rock are finally gearing up to release their collaborative album Don’t Smoke Rock, but they’re making it hard not to hit the pipe with crack rocks like this. For the first single off their upcoming project, Sweet Baby Kushed God and Soul Brother Number One call on fellow New Yorker Dave East for this cinematic cut called “Limitless.” Don’t Smoke Rock drops in full on December 2 and also features Cam’ron, Jadakiss, Styles P, Wale, Rick Ross and more.

Listen below…

Smoke DZA & Pete Rock — Don’t Smoke Rock (Tracklist):

1. Intro
2. Limitless (Featuring Dave East)
3. Black Superhero Carr (Featuring Rick Ross)
4. Hold The Drums (Featuring Royce Da 5’9″)
5. Moving Weight PT1 (Featuring Cam’Ron & NYMLo)
6. Wild 100s
7. Last Name
8. 1 of 1
9. Milestone (Featuring BJ The Chicago Kid, Jadakiss, & Styles P)
10. Show Off (Featuring Wale)
11. Dusk 2 Dusk (Featuring Big K.R.I.T., Dom Kennedy, & theMIND)
12. I Ain’t Scared
13. Until Then (Featuring Mac Miller)

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Related: Smoke DZA & Pete Rock Announce Joint Album ‘Don’t Smoke Rock’

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New Music: Big Sean “Bounce Back”


Big Sean began the campaign towards his fourth solo LP earlier today, releasing the brash and direct “No More Interviews.” The Detroit MC comes back a few hours later with the second track of the day, a hard-hitting upbeat record called “Bounce Back.” The song is produced by Hitmaka & Smash David, with additional production by Metro Boomin & Amaire Johnson.

Hear Sean Don’s follow-up below.

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New Music: Big Sean – “Bounce Back” (prod. by Hitmaka & Smash David, add prod. by Metro Boomin & Amaire Johnson)

Previously: Big Sean – “No More Interviews”

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Neckface Proves He Is 'The Last Maniac' in New Demented Video

Just in time for Halloween, street artist Neckface releases a truly demented video where he causes utter chaos in the streets. In grungy, homeless attire, we see him turn into a psycho and torment a bunch of unsuspecting citizens. There’s some hardware tools involved, a bit of blood and some fire all to ramp up the craziness that Neckface represents. Watch the video above and let us know your thoughts, and hopefully you won’t run into Neckface anytime soon.


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Pro Bowler Andre Johnson Retires After 14 Seasons

Although midway through the 2016-2017 season, Andre Johnson has announced his retirement from the NFL. After 14 seasons, the seven-time Pro Bowler is ninth in total receptions (1,062) and tenth in total receiving yards (14,185), while holding many of the receiving records for the Texans. Having played for the Titans this year and the Colts last season, Johnson spent his first 12 seasons with the Texans, after being selected third overall in the 2003 draft. His illustrious career has been overshadowed by a whole lot of loses, but it shouldn’t stop the touchdown machine from eventually getting the Hall of Fame nod.

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Applecore Delivers Its 2016 Fall/Winter Lookbook Filled With Simplistic Essentials

Paris-based line Applecore is set to provide you with a stylish 2016 fall/winter season. Moriba-Maurice Koné and Steven Alexis developed Applecore in 2015 with all pieces being reworked in France while expressing the duo’s creativity. Its latest offering does not display a specific theme, but it does possess an influence via soccer, French slang terms and cubism. Throughout Applecore’s 2016 fall/winter collection you’ll find a selection of pieces with a “less is more” aesthetic such as branded t-shirts, half-zip sweatshirts, jackets and pants all sporting Applecore logos.

The range is currently available via Applecore’s website and can be viewed in full above.

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Stampd x PUMA's Recent Footwear Collaboration Is Complemented With a Range of Apparel Options

The previously revealed premium iterations of the PUMA Trinomic Sock NM, Blaze of Glory NU and States silhouettes will be complemented with a selection of apparel. A collaborative work alongside Stampd, PUMA matches the footwear with garments and accessories to coincide with the “Made to Make It” theme. Within the 2016 fall/winter collection you’ll find a bag and cap featuring dual branding to make up its accessories. The wears on the other hand, host a selection of colors from olive to off-white throughout the padded mesh tops and bottoms, in addition to a jacket with taped seams. You can also find the clothing range for women to include crop tops, 2-in-1 tights, and more. The Stampd x PUMA collection is currently available at select retailers in addition to online now.

Take a look at the collection above and let us know your thoughts.

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Mossimo's Founder Reveals the Beginnings of the Brand and How It Became a Billion-Dollar Company

In the highly-competitive arena known as streetwear, the ’90s gave birth to a slew of brands that aimed to capture the skate and surf lifestyle. One of these brands was Mossimo and it was then pegged as a direct rival to the popular label we know as Stüssy. Even as big as it is now, Stüssy was able to keep its ultra-cool identity during its rise, while Mossimo fell a bit on the wayside in terms of retaining its fashion credibility. Regardless, both are still big moneymakers with Mossimo becoming a billion-dollar company since it was acquired by Iconix Brand Group in 2006 for $135 million USD. The label is now sold at Target locations nationwide. In a new editorial, Bobby Hundreds once again explores Mossimo with an interview with the designer himself, Mossimo Giannulli. Here the fashion magnate expands on the early years of the brand, the designs, and the time when it finally was acquired by Iconix. Read excerpts from the article below, and check out the entire piece at The Hundreds

On his personal life when the brand hit it big:

“Imagine having a stock worth $600 million dollars and you’re fucking running that pig. You get a little coo-coo in the head.”

“Quite frankly, I had to be single in those days because it was demanding that I had to be out there… we were coming up here every Thursday, Friday, Saturday night partying, and it was good for the brand. That’s how I got a lot of inroads through the right people. And then there was always that bullshit like, ‘Oh, these guys are mysterious, where the fuck are these guys going?’”

On Stüssy vs Mossimo

“We had this full war on T-shirts. He had a little rat. Do you remember his little rat? It was like a little mousey rat thing, one of his characters? I don’t know if you remember because on the 405 there’s this exterminator company…”

“So the guy that’s gonna kill the rat… I took his rat and started it. And all of a sudden, there’s this full war on T-shirts, back and forth! He hated that. He thought he was so much cooler and I was getting all the fucking love. And every time there was an article, it was him and I. Always. Photoshoot and everything. And I’ve never said twenty words to him.”

On now running a golf apparel company:

“It was, but now it needs to be a business. And it’s big enough. The reality is there are companies doing hundreds of millions of dollars in the golf space, so why can’t it be us? And we have a really tight crew here. I don’t need it to be huge, I just want to make really cool stuff that’s decidedly different in the space. I don’t want to be like these other jackasses in the space; I don’t want to be like that.”

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