King Kendrick is back again with his new song, Humble. Produced by no other than Mike Will Made It, the song was released with a matching video directed by no other than Dave Meyers. With some help from The Little Homies. Check out the video down below.
The second trailer for the new Spider-Man movie follows the events of Captain America: Civil War , where Peter Parker gets hooked up with some pretty awesome tech from Tony Stark, which looks like a brand new suit and spider-bots!!!!
Ken Jeong uses the power of Twitter to answer some common medical questions. Actor/comedian Ken Jeong is famously known for his roles in The Hangover franchise which also stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifanakis. However, many are unaware that Jeong is actually a real-life physician. Thanks to this hilarious video from Wired, we get to see Jeong’s MD skills put to the test as he answers some of today’s most-asked medical questions from random users on Twitter.
This man LaVar Ball is all over sports tv talking a lot of this and that and never played in the NBA. He say’s 1-on-1 he would beat The Goat, Michael Jordan, because he is to little. Has he ever watched the Goat play basketball before? So Sports Illustrated put together a NBA 2k17 simulation game between Michael Jordan and LaVar Ball. Check out the video below and let us know what you guys think in the comment section.
Tuxedo drops a mix titled, “Intuxication”, a collection of classic funk, disco, and exclusive instrumentals just ahead of new album. The album, Tuxedo II, drops today 3/24. Make sure you guys head over to iTunes to purchase the album.
The mix features music from legends like George Clinton, Gladys Knight, Mono Poly, Chic, Boeing and more. Check out this playlist:
Slave “Watching You” (Tux Refux)
Gwen McCrae “Doing Cuz It Feels Good”
George Clinton “Mans Best Friend”
Mono Poly “Needs Deoderant”
Gladys Knight “Save the Overtime For Me”
Tuxedo “Doin My Best” instrumental
Manhattan Transfer “Spice of Life” (Tux Refux)
New Directions “Get Ready Let’s Party”
Goin Federal “Tonight”
Intrigue “I Like It”
Boeing “Dance On the Beat”
Curtis Hairston “I Want You” (M+M Mix)
Amra “Special Kind of Love”
Plush “Coast to Coast”
Chic “I Feel Your Love Coming On” (Tux Refux)
David Joseph “You Can’t Hide Your Love”
BB&Q Band “Imagination”
Le Voyage “All Night Affair”
Amusement Park “Love Showdown”
Tuxedo “Father Stretch My Limo” (Instrumental)
Game “Gotta Take Your Love”
Skyy “Here’s to You” (Tux Edit)
Cross Phyre feat Demetrius “Make It Easy On Yourself”
Tuxedo “Scoot Dogg” (Instrumental)
I’ve been slipping in getting to the #morningmotivation, but when I saw this I just had to put this up. I’m actually working on this myself. Need to keep repeating this everyday. Hope everyone is having a great day
With two Netflix specials arriving this week, Dave sat down with Gayle King on CBS This Morning. Throughout the interview Dave spoke on his decision to leave his famous show, The Chappelle Show, life, his Netflix deal, and a lot more.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Nike SB Dunk, VICE Magazine recently released a documentary which explores the unique intersection of sneakerheads and the skate community brought on by Nike Skateboarding’s shoe line. The video looks back at when Nike SBs weren’t “grailed” items, examining the conception of Nike SBs and the internet subculture that progressed as the “hype” grew. Talking to shop owners, collaborators and skateboarders who helped make the SB Dunk become legend the documentary displays the importance of Nike SBs for the worlds of skateboarding and sneaker culture.
Check out HYPEBEAST illustrated list of the most iconic Nike SB models here
April 7th can’t came fast enough. The trailer starts out like an episode of Inside the Music, following The Get Down Brothers in their transition into the mainstream all while clashing with disco. Netflix describes it as:
“A mythic saga of dreams, desire, soul and sound, The Get Down chronicles the epic musical evolution from disco to hip hop that defined 1970s New York City – as told by the relationships, struggles, triumphs, and artistry of the South Bronx teens who saw it through.”