[soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/21654226"]Smoke DZA’s Rolling Stoned LP is due on August 30 via Cinematic Music Group and just like his previous releases—including last year’s George Kush Da Button mix tape—he has assembled an all-star lineup of features. The album’s lead single “On The Corner,” is an immediate standout, with a double dose of Southern hospitality oozing out over one of Big K.R.I.T.’s trademark beats, heavy with strings. DZA lights up a quick one during the first few seconds of the track, then takes on the first verse, while Bun B and K.R.I.T. follow suit, each spitting their tales about the bleak realities of life on the streets, specifically, on the corner.
I had a pair of boots just like this before I left them at my ex-girlfriends house after we broke up.... Moncler V, the collaboration line between Moncler and visvim, sees a new take on the classic mountain boot. Yet to disappoint with standout styles and details, this new release from Moncler V features durable waxed leather uppers with contrasting laces, a D-ring lacing system and the signature Moncler red, white and blue stripe on Vibram outsoles. These are available now in limited numbers through End Clothing
Just when we thought the hook-up between adidas and Star Wars had gone colder than a Wampa's heart, out popped this selection of fresh images...Han Solo's 'Millennium Falcon' jacket looks to be the standout, with the matching pair of adidas Forums a close second! The photos of Darth Vader directing pedestrian traffic are another highlight... who knew there was a sense of humour hidden away in Star Wars suburbia? Full details in the press release below...
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For the colder months ahead, Fall /Winter 2011 looks to the ice Planet Hoth for inspiration. Home to furry snow-creatures like tauntaunsand wampas, this is where the Rebel Alliance clashes with the Imperial Army in the epic battle of Hoth.
adidas have worked in a winter-sports vibe that introduces the iconic characters, creatures, vehicles and styles of Hoth to the adidas DNA.
SW S LEATHER A15
The hooded adidas Star Wars Leather Down jacket will keep you warm and snug. Feature’s an imposing goat leather exterior with Darth Vader embossing on the jacket’s right sleeve, a large Trefoil on the back, and a zip and press-stud front.
SW S FLIGHT JACKET MILITANT
The adidas Flight Jacket re-styles a classic nylon flight jacket design with four front pockets, one sleeve pocket and a concealed pocket inside. Also features a Millennium Falcon graphic on the back.
STAN SMITH 80S MID VADER
Features gold foil details and original sketches of Darth Vader on both sides of the upper for an imperial march all of your own.
CAMPUS 80S WAMPA
Inspired the snow beast from the planet Hoth that almost made Luke Skywalker into a meal. The adidas Campus 80s Wampa dresses up these retro shoes with wampa fur uppers made from horsehair, contrast red stitching, a wampa tongue badge, and a laser cut wampa logo.
FORUM MID MILITARY
The adidas Forum Military feature a portrait of Han on the tongue badge and the words “Galactic Scoundrel” printed below a Millennium Falcon graphic.
SW S M65 FIELD JACKET
This M65 jacket features a winter camouflage print allover, with military inspired epaulets , the Rogue Squadron insignia, and a high collar.
Built from material inspired by Luke’s Planet Hoth out fit, these shoes feature a portrait of the young Jedi done in a green similar to his green tinted goggles.
Is Bape officially back? After trickling back into the blogosphere over the past few seasons, streetwear's most quizzical simian seems to yet again be flavour of the month. This preview of Bape's brand new Autumn Winter collection seems to confirm the brand's reaffirmation with a return to the weirdly warped Americana that helped garner its legendary cult following in the 90s. Featuring collaborations with Baby-G, heritage American sportswear brand Ebbet's Feld and m-flo and Teriyaki Boyz MC Verbal's AMBUSHED jewellery brand, the standout is the swinging Archie-style comic tee. check out more at Bape.com.