Supreme Releases Mysterious "Crop Fields" Video Teaser

Supreme has taken to Instagram to share a new short titled “Crop Fields.” Directed by Ben Solomon, the short shows a single person walking through a large corn field as the sun begins to set. As MF DOOM and Raekwon’s “Yessir” plays in the background, the person continues to walk further into the field, where they are greeted by a large pattern shaped into Supreme’s iconic box logo.

With not much information to go off from the video, it’s hard to tell if the “Crop Fields” short has anything to do with Supreme’s recently teased 2017 fall/winter collection or an upcoming collaboration in the works. We’ll keep you posted on any new information.

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A Closer Look at Know Wave's Limited T-Shirt Capsule for the 'GOOD TIME' Motion Picture

NYC-based creative collective Know Wave has officially released its exclusive capsule for the adrenaline-packed motion picture GOOD TIME. The A24-distributed movie — directed by acclaimed filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie — has launched this Friday with critics already hailing it as a quintessential New York film. NYC-born directors making a film about the notorious concrete jungle while joining forces with a local imprint? That’s as New York as it gets.

The movie centers on the ever-unruly Constantine “Connie” Nikas (played by Robert Pattinson) who sets out on a crime-ridden journey in hopes to bail his brother Nick (Benny Safdie) out of prison. All in all, it’s an exhilarating ride from start to finish and portrays the Big Apple in its most raw, real, and drug-induced form.

Take a look at the special collection of wares above and head over to Know Wave’s official website to purchase available pieces. Before you head out to watch the film, check out the emotionally-gripping trailer for GOOD TIME below. Also, stay tuned for an extended feature on the movie which will go up on HYPEBEAST soon.

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New Music: Jack Thriller Feat. N.O.R.E. “Pour Up”

Pour Up 

Backed by some laid back production from DGMayne, ThisIs50 media personality Jack Thriller connects with N.O.R.E. for a sexy new song. Titled “Pour Up,” the debut single from the seasoned comedian finds Jack’s flexing some auto-tuned pipes, while the left rack lyricist offers up some bubbly inspired bars.

Stream the nite cap cut after the jump and purchase it via iTunes here.

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Related: New Music: N.O.R.E. “Killa Issues”


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Derek Jeter's Ownership Group Has Won the Bidding for the Miami Marlins

In what’s been an ongoing process for months, Miami Marlins owner Jeffery Loria has reportedly agreed to sell the MLB franchise to an ownership group led by New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter. According to the Miami Herald, Loria has agreed to sell the team for $1.2 billion USD. With the group winning the bidding war for the team, the sale must first be approved by the rest of Major League Baseball’s owners. The issue is expected to be discussed at next week’s owners meetings in Chicago, while the full vote isn’t expected to be held until some time in October.

According to the New York Post, Jeter will receive a 20% cut in the team as well as oversee the franchise’s baseball and business operations, while New York businessman Bruce Sherman will be the controlling owner. At the time of publication, the Marlins sit at an overall record of 53-60, putting them in second place in the NL East and 10.5 games back of a wild card spot.

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The Discontinued McDonald's Sauce Made Famous by 'Rick and Morty' Just Sold for $15,000 USD

With season three of the popular Adult Swim program Rick and Morty currently enthralling audiences across the globe, one savvy eBay seller just capitalized on the show’s cult following and earned a pretty hefty check. As we reported back in April, a large number of clever online entrepreneurs tried to cash in on the Rick and Morty craze by setting up outrageous eBay sales of the discounted McDonald’s sauce that led the show’s animated stars on a determined drive-thru quest. Now, it looks like one lucky individual is $15,000 USD richer thanks to a particular auction involving the aforementioned Szechuan Sauce.

TIME reports that author Robert Workman has sold off the McDonald’s sauce with a $15,000 USD price tag on eBay, noting that Workman will use a portion of his earnings to “help out others and pay a few bills.” Ten percent of Workman’s incredible sale will go to the Extra Life charity, which focuses on “ill and injured children” while another 10% will go to other good, charitable causes.

As you await the next episode of Rick and Morty, check out an enlightening new interview with the show’s primary composer.

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