“I’m so Inglewood, man I think that’s where they gone bury me, yeah, that’s right by The Forum, should I keep going?” – Casey Veggies
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Lexo The Great is back hitting the music world with an ill beat which will get you bobbing your head and tapping your feet, and some witty lyricsm which allows you to just sit back, close your eyes, and imagine some of the struggles that Lexo has been through in his life. It is safe to say that Lexo has really improved his bars, it seems as if his skills went from good, to real good and that is what the music world needs. If you have never heard of Lexo and you would like to hear some more music from him, and cop a Grindtime t-shirt like the one he is wearing in this video be sure to stop by
One half of The Cool Kids, Mikey Rocks, leaks two new mellow tracks titled “The Deal Went Sour” and “Bat Phone”.
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SUPER releases a fine set of eyewear for the upcoming Autumn season. Featured above are the “People” and “Flat Top” models. The first picture is their classic People model that features new colorways with transparent frames and lenses. The second is also a People that boasts it’s elegant metal and acetate style. The third is their Flat Top design with a flawless leather finish. I’m actually very impressed by the Flat Top since the leather look on them looks pretty nice. On the other hand, the People’s are a little above simple in terms of looks which makes them standout a little more. These, and more colorways, are now available at SUPER retailers and their online store.
This Fall season Vans will release their Deconstruct model in three new colorways; grey, red, and black. We’ve seen this same model before during their collaboration with FLAUGE, and it looks as if it’s coming around for a second time. The difference between the Sk8-Hi and Sk8-Hi Deconstruct is that the padding is removed, which creates a slimmer finish to it. Expect to see these at Vans retailers soon.
Ye previously visited the Facebook HQ, the Twitter HQ, and now the Rolling Stone Office. At this stop, Ye performs a track off of his upcoming album and speaks on his views on artistry.