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This film is nothing short of a classic. It consist of a huge amount of footage of Wayne and his YMCMB family in various locations around the world such as the U.S and in London, it also consists of a few different interviews, studio footage, and much more. If you haven’t seen this documentary yet, it is safe to say you have been missing out on one of the best pieces of visual entertainment of 2010. Having said that, sit back, relax, and enjoy this flick.


Style: 429676-001
Color: Grey/Orion Blue-Cool Grey
Release Date: March 4th, 2011

Style: 429676-401
Color: Photo Blue/Black-Tour Yellow
Release Date: March 4th, 2011

Style: 429676-400
Color: Midnight Navy/White-Metaillic Silver
Release Date: March 4th, 2011

Style: 429676-002
Color: Cool Grey/White-Dark Grey
Release Date: February 4th, 2011

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Color: White/Black-Sport Red
Release Date: January 8th, 2011

‘Welcome to Miami’ was the message sent by the LeBron 8 South Beach, but now that LeBron has fully embraced his nook down in Florida, it’s time to move on to bigger and better things, like the LeBron 8 V.2. Not many V.1 colorway were released because it looks like the focus will be on Version 2 as seen by these five upcoming colorways for the Spring 2011 season. Following the release of the Christmas Day LeBron 8 V.2, the White/Sport Red-Black colorway will follow in January, the ‘Cool Grey’ in February, and three others in March (two of which were the focus of sneak peeks by DJ Clark Kent).

Bloodbath has teamed up with Demrick to create a music video / lookbook for their Winter 2010 Collection. “Streets Don’t Love You Back” was shot and directed in Los Angeles by Matt Alonzo of Skee.TV.

“Streets Don’t Love You Back” appears on Demrick’s recently released mixtape with OnSMASH.com, De Is For Demrick, and features B-Real of the legendary Cypress Hill as well as production by Apathy (GBC and Demigodz). Both artists are wearing pieces from Bloodbath’s Winter season, to illustate a creative lifestyle sharpened by the streets of Los Angeles.

To commemorate the project, a limited edition collaboration pack will be offered. Consisting of an all-black custom duffel bag with tonal details, and a crewneck sweater to match – they can be purchased separately and also as a set. Pre-orders will begin on January 1st, 2011, and only 100 of each will be made available. Available online from Bloodbath’s online store and at both Tradition locations, the set is comfortably priced at $80.00 USD for both items.

Many music videos this year lacked creativity and were dull to watch as a result. While the song may be good it wasn’t enough to keep a viewer’s attention. With the trailer for the much anticipated Monster video, which looked very promising, many people knew this would be far from boring. We finally have the full (incomplete) version of the video. The audio isn’t the best and there are some random watermarks that appear but you can pretty much get how the final result is since it looks as if it’s 90% done. Check it out.

Before we close out the year 2010 we have a special treat from Overdoz. Allow us to briefly borrow your ears for “Know Your Name” featuring Casey Veggies. The track, produced by THC, takes the listener on the roller-coaster of relationships from beginning to end through the eyes of OverDoz. When most dread the seemingly awkward interaction between a male and a female “Know Your Name” speaks to a perfect fit, taking us back to the good days when you didn’t need digits and keeping it simple was the way to win.
It’s clear that OverDoz. knows how to do just that and will gladly let you know, originality is key when it comes to being successful. The quad has now entered into the final stages of production, putting finishing touches on Live for, Die for as the cult awaits its release.

DOWNLOAD OVERDOZ feat. Casey Veggies: Wanna Know Your Name