Drake and 2Chainz perform his hit “Started From The Bottom” in Houston.
Check out this new single by The Black Opera called “Queen Of Hearts”. This joint is hella fly so just chill out with the wifey, poe up some red wine and take in the good vibes of the track on this nice Sunday evening. You can follow The Black Opera @TheBlackOpera.
French Montana gets J. Cole and Rozay to complete his track “Diamonds” off his “Excuse My French” album dropping soon. Follow French Montana @FrencHMonTanA, J. Cole @JColeNC, Rick Ross @rickyrozay.
Check out these colourful luxurious Jeremy Scott Wings named “Eason Chan”. These $250 Chinese New Year inspired pair of sneakers are made out of satin and contain a grippy rubber outsole. You can now purchase these pairs here. Check out more photos after the click. Continue reading
Wale sits down to discuss the new adidas Originals TS Lite AMR “Trophy Hunter LTD” which you can purchase here
Los drops some more new material and this one is called “King”. Check it out ad follow him @iamKingLos
Check out some Toronto talent by the name of Daz Dinero and Jason Packs. Look out for Daz’s new mixtape coming soon called “Bad Habits”.
In his 18 year career, Michael Jordan won six NBA championships, five MVP awards, and developed the most popular line of sneakers in history. To celebrate the greatest basketball player of all-time’s first half century on this Earth, Complex has put together a fascinating article, “50 Things You Didn’t Know About Michael Jordan.” MJ turns 50 years old on Sunday.
A few of the standout “Things You Didn’t Know”:
49. He was never actually cut from his high school basketball team.
46. Jordan grew up rooting for NC State, not UNC.
44. Every 10 days, he gets a manicure.
41. His original shoe deal with Nike was for $2.5M over five years.
32. He never saw “The Shot” over Craig Ehlo go in. His iconic celebration was based purely on the reaction of the crowd.
31. He preferred Adidas to Nike.
23. He ate the same meal before every game: a 23-ounce steak, a baked potato, and a ginger ale.
17. A mutual fund executive once beat him in a game of one-on-one at his “Flight School” in Las Vegas.
Check out Ryan Leslie and Fabolous perform hits like “You Be Killin’ Em” and more.
Cookin Soul remixes Big L’s classic “Put It On” so pay homage to the late great rapper and watch the music video.