Birdman Says ‘Tha Carter V’ Will Drop This Year

In a recent interview with Rap-Up, Birdman shared the news that Lil Wayne‘s anticipated Tha Carter V album is going to drop this year. “Without a doubt. You will get [the album] this year,” he explains, adding, “It’s gonna be well worth the wait.”

Birdman continued, “He is the best ever to me. A lot of success coming from under his umbrella.” Baby thinks that Tha Carter V will be “the biggest album of 2018.”

Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship has fractured over the last few years, beginning when Weezy went on Twitter in December 2014 and shared that he is a "prisoner" to Cash Money and called out Birdman for stalling Carter V‘s release. The album has been teased since July 2012 and has been pushed back and delayed for years, supposedly by Birdman.

In January 2015, Wayne filed a $51 million USD lawsuit against Baby’s Cash Money label, claiming that the label has held back the money he’s owed for Tha Carter V. Birdman is currently promoting his new Apple Music documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story, a film about the rise of the label.

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Birdman Says ‘Tha Carter V’ Will Drop This Year

In a recent interview with Rap-Up, Birdman shared the news that Lil Wayne‘s anticipated Tha Carter V album is going to drop this year. “Without a doubt. You will get [the album] this year,” he explains, adding, “It’s gonna be well worth the wait.”

Birdman continued, “He is the best ever to me. A lot of success coming from under his umbrella.” Baby thinks that Tha Carter V will be “the biggest album of 2018.”

Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship has fractured over the last few years, beginning when Weezy went on Twitter in December 2014 and shared that he is a "prisoner" to Cash Money and called out Birdman for stalling Carter V‘s release. The album has been teased since July 2012 and has been pushed back and delayed for years, supposedly by Birdman.

In January 2015, Wayne filed a $51 million USD lawsuit against Baby’s Cash Money label, claiming that the label has held back the money he’s owed for Tha Carter V. Birdman is currently promoting his new Apple Music documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story, a film about the rise of the label.

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Birdman Says ‘Tha Carter V’ Will Drop This Year

In a recent interview with Rap-Up, Birdman shared the news that Lil Wayne‘s anticipated Tha Carter V album is going to drop this year. “Without a doubt. You will get [the album] this year,” he explains, adding, “It’s gonna be well worth the wait.”

Birdman continued, “He is the best ever to me. A lot of success coming from under his umbrella.” Baby thinks that Tha Carter V will be “the biggest album of 2018.”

Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship has fractured over the last few years, beginning when Weezy went on Twitter in December 2014 and shared that he is a "prisoner" to Cash Money and called out Birdman for stalling Carter V‘s release. The album has been teased since July 2012 and has been pushed back and delayed for years, supposedly by Birdman.

In January 2015, Wayne filed a $51 million USD lawsuit against Baby’s Cash Money label, claiming that the label has held back the money he’s owed for Tha Carter V. Birdman is currently promoting his new Apple Music documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story, a film about the rise of the label.

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Birdman Says ‘Tha Carter V’ Will Drop This Year

In a recent interview with Rap-Up, Birdman shared the news that Lil Wayne‘s anticipated Tha Carter V album is going to drop this year. “Without a doubt. You will get [the album] this year,” he explains, adding, “It’s gonna be well worth the wait.”

Birdman continued, “He is the best ever to me. A lot of success coming from under his umbrella.” Baby thinks that Tha Carter V will be “the biggest album of 2018.”

Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship has fractured over the last few years, beginning when Weezy went on Twitter in December 2014 and shared that he is a "prisoner" to Cash Money and called out Birdman for stalling Carter V‘s release. The album has been teased since July 2012 and has been pushed back and delayed for years, supposedly by Birdman.

In January 2015, Wayne filed a $51 million USD lawsuit against Baby’s Cash Money label, claiming that the label has held back the money he’s owed for Tha Carter V. Birdman is currently promoting his new Apple Music documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story, a film about the rise of the label.

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Birdman Says ‘Tha Carter V’ Will Drop This Year

In a recent interview with Rap-Up, Birdman shared the news that Lil Wayne‘s anticipated Tha Carter V album is going to drop this year. “Without a doubt. You will get [the album] this year,” he explains, adding, “It’s gonna be well worth the wait.”

Birdman continued, “He is the best ever to me. A lot of success coming from under his umbrella.” Baby thinks that Tha Carter V will be “the biggest album of 2018.”

Lil Wayne and Birdman’s relationship has fractured over the last few years, beginning when Weezy went on Twitter in December 2014 and shared that he is a "prisoner" to Cash Money and called out Birdman for stalling Carter V‘s release. The album has been teased since July 2012 and has been pushed back and delayed for years, supposedly by Birdman.

In January 2015, Wayne filed a $51 million USD lawsuit against Baby’s Cash Money label, claiming that the label has held back the money he’s owed for Tha Carter V. Birdman is currently promoting his new Apple Music documentary Before Anythang: The Cash Money Story, a film about the rise of the label.

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Netflix Drops Lead Trailer for ’80s Hip-Hop Biopic ‘Roxanne Roxanne’

Netflix has unveiled the lead trailer for its forthcoming ’80s hip-hop biopic Roxanne Roxanne. Based on the rise of Queens rap icon Roxanne Shante, Roxanne Roxanne received some serious critical acclaim and attention at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

The film stars Chante Adams as Roxanne Shante, who earned a special jury prize for her standout performance. Roxanne Roxanne is written and directed by Michael Larnell and produced by Pharrell Williams, Forest Whitaker, Mimi Valdes and Nina Yang Bongiovi — it also stars Academy Award-winning Moonlight actor Mahershala Ali, Nia Long, Elvis Nolasco, Kevin Phillips, Adam Horovitz — of Beastie Boys fame — and Shenell Edmonds.

You can check out the new trailer for Netflix’s Roxanne Roxanne above, and expect the movie to hit the streaming service on March 23. Earlier this week, Netflix also released new teasers for the Jared Leto flick The Outsider and a Lost in Space reboot.

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Spike Lee Rocks Personalized Pair of the Air Jordan 1 Reimagined

A constant fixture at New York Knicks games and marquee NBA events, Spike Lee knows everyone and has connections literally everywhere. That obviously includes Jordan Brand as the award winning film maker was seen wearing a seemingly one-of-one version of the Air Jordan 1 Reimagined at All-Star Weekend.

Unlike the completely white iteration of the Air Jordan 1 Remimagined, Lee’s version has the colors of the Pan-African flag colors of green, black and red. The logo for 40 Acres and a Mule, Lee’s production company, is prominently featured near the heel.

Peep photos of Lee’s Air Jordan 1 Reimagined “Jester” below via Sneakersnstuff’s Erik Fagerlind.

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adidas Y-3 Runner 4D Set to Release This Week

It was only a matter of time before 4D technology found comfort in the arms of adidas Y-3, one of the most progressive and influential sneaker brands of them all. Designer Yohji Yamamoto also recently made the leap into performance basketball sneakers, with his James Harden-inspired BYW BBall sneaker. Yet the modernism of 4D convergence is more in line with Yamamoto’s contemporary design penchant, making the newly revealed adidas Y-3 Runner 4D all the more welcoming.

Centered by its initial application of Digital Light Synthesis technology, forward-thinking Japanese craftsmanship and up-to-the-moment innovative couple to helm this Primeknit driven, ultra resistant silhouette of the future. Its knit base is finished with premium leather overlays and the same 4D printed midsole famously engineered for the FutureCraft 4D.

A limited run of 200 pairs of the adidas Y-3 Runner 4D will release on February 23 at select Y-3 retailers and online.

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Release Date: February 23, 2018
Price: $535

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Camp Cope streaming new album ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’

Camp Cope

Australia’s Camp Cope are following their great 2016 self-titled debut with their anticipated sophomore album (and first for Run For Cover), How To Socialise & Make Friends, next week (3/2), but the whole thing is here to stream now. It’s possibly even better than their debut, with singer Georgia Maq railing against sexism and sexual assault in her defiant roar, over a sturdy, driving, indie-punk backdrop. It’s great stuff, and you can hear the whole thing over at NPR.

Camp Cope were supposed to tour the US with Turnover in the spring, but dropped off due to personal reasons. They say they’re working on new US dates, so stay tuned for that.

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Here’s How Gucci’s Show Guests Wore Gucci


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Street Style is a photo series documenting the latest happenings and goings-on in the Highsnobiety universe. Here, Eva Al Desnudo shoots attendees at Gucci‘s FW18 show in Milan.

Gucci’s headline-making FW18 show took place at the house’s Milanese headquarters yesterday. Outside the event, hordes of Gucci enthusiasts gathered, draped in pieces from the storied Italian label.

Creative director Allesandro Michele’s maximalist aesthetic was out in force with attendees showing up in colorfully bold ensembles. The brand’s work with recent Highsnobiety collaborator Coco Capitan was spotted, alongside the chunky Rhyton sneaker and a pair of sweaters featuring Michele’s own Boston terriers.

Check out the full selection of look in the gallery above.

For more from Gucci’s FW18 show, read about why the show’s models were holding their own heads.

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Drake May Leave Jordan Brand for adidas

The latest OVO x Jordan Brand sneaker was raffled just days ago but it may very well be the final collaborative drop. According to footwear industry insiders close to Drake, as well as HYPEBEAST’s own sources, the rapper is unhappy with his Jordan brand partnership and is seeking a deal more to his liking.

Sources also say that the rapper is in talks with adidas to forge a new partnership, where he would join peers like Kanye West and Pusha T — West famously left Nike for adidas for similar reasons. Drake and Jordan Brand have worked together since 2013, with a host of Jordan silhouettes reworked by Drake’s OVO imprint in the past five years. The rapper favors the Air Jordan 8, but has collaborated on a variety of silhouettes, including last year’s off-kilter Trunner LX.

On top of the various rumblings, adidas informed HYPEBEAST that it had a special announcement planned for last weekend’s 747 Warehouse St. activation, however by Saturday, that announcement was postponed. Lastly, we’ve noticed that Drake has been liking some of our Instagram photos of various adidas silhouettes (see below), something he never did in the past.

Stay tuned for more information, neither Jordan Brand nor Drake have confirmed or denied the rumors. 2018 has barely begun and its already a banner year for Drake, with his "God Plan" already hitting triple platinum status.

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Why Some People Are Built to Accomplish More

Why Some People Are Built to Accomplish More

Why do we do certain things, and not others? It’s a question that has long-intrigued Gretchen Rubin, a former lawyer, and bestselling author of Better Than Before and The Happiness Project. After dedicating more than a decade to researching human nature and documenting patterns, Rubin came to a profound realization: The key to understanding our actions is how we respond to expectations, of which there are two kinds, outer (i.e. work deadlines, friend requests) and inner (i.e. learning a new language or following through on a resolution). This spawned her personality framework, The Four Tendencies, which categorizes people into four distinct groups according to how we respond to expectations. 

It’s also the basis of her (aptly named) latest book, The Four Tendencies, in which she explores each personality type, shedding light on why certain things are easier for some to accomplish, and harder for others–and how we can both better understand ourselves and those around us. It’s as much a fascinating look at human nature as it is a razor-sharp, witty guide to figuring out how we can work around our inherent tendencies to live our best lives. Below, she gives some tools, whether we want to learn how to play guitar, be more accountable at work, or simply better understand our partners.

A Q&A with Gretchen Rubin

Q

You begin your book with the idea that we all face two types of expectations–outer and inner–and how we respond to them clarifies striking behavioral patterns. Can you explain this?

A

Outer expectations are the expectations that come to us from other people, such as a work deadline or a request from a friend. It’s something that is coming from outside of ourselves. Inner expectations are the expectations that we place on ourselves: We want to keep a New Year’s resolution; we want to write a novel in our free time; we want to get back into practicing guitar. So, depending on the combination of whether you meet an outer or an inner expectation, or resist an outer or inner expectation, you fall into one of the four categories.

Q

What are the four tendencies, and how do we identify ours?

A

The four tendencies are: Upholders, Obligers, Questioners, and Rebels.

  • Upholders readily meet outer and inner expectations. They meet the work deadline and they keep the New Year’s resolutions. They want to know what others expect from them, but their expectations for themselves are just as important.

  • Questioners question all expectations. They’ll do something only if they think it makes sense—so, they make everything an inner expectation. If it meets their inner standards, great. If not, they’ll resist it. Questioners tend to dislike anything arbitrary, inefficient, unjustified. They always want to know: Why should I do this?

  • Obligers readily meet outer expectations but they struggle to meet inner expectations. They meet the work deadline, but they struggle to meet their New Year’s resolution. I got my insight into this tendency when a friend of mine said, “I don’t understand it: When I was on the high school track team I never missed practice, so why can’t I go running now?” The reason is clear: When she had a team and a coach–an outer expectation–she had no trouble showing up, but trying to go running on her own to fulfill her inner expectation, she struggled.

  • Rebels defy all outer and inner expectations. They want to do what they want to do in their own way, in their own time. If you ask or tell them to do something, they are likely to resist. They typically don’t even like to tell themselves what to do. For instance, they likely wouldn’t sign up for a 10 a.m. yoga class on Saturday because they don’t know what they’ll want to do on Saturday–and the idea of somebody expecting them to show up someplace will likely annoy them.

Q

You created a quiz that helps us discover our tendencies, but how do we identify another’s tendency without having them take the quiz?

A

There are certain questions you can ask. These questions will not necessarily lead to an answer that’s going to be dispositive, but it’s the way a person answers, and the kinds of thinking these questions invoke, that can signal what tendency someone is.

One question is: “How do you feel about New Year’s resolutions?” (To be clear—it’s not, “Do you make resolutions?” but rather, “How do you feel about them?”)

Upholders will typically say they like making New Year’s resolutions and they have good success with them. Questioners will likely say that they’d make a resolution if it makes sense for them, but they wouldn’t wait for January 1 because that’s an arbitrary date. (The use of word “arbitrary” is a big flashing signal that you’re dealing with a questioner.) Obligers will likely say that they don’t make New Year’s resolutions anymore because they’ve let themselves down in the past. Rebels typically don’t want to chain themselves to New Year’s resolutions.

Another question is: “Let’s say we’re sitting in the back room of an empty coffee shop where there’s a big sign that reads ‘no cell phones’ and I pull out my cell phone–how would you feel?”

Upholders would typically say they feel very uncomfortable. Questioners would ask the justification of the rule. Obligers would ask if you’re bothering anybody or if the server is going to get you in trouble. Rebels would say, “Absolutely, pull out your cell phone! I’ll pull out mine and take a picture of you under the sign!”

But again, it’s not that there’s one answer–you have to listen to the way people think.

“The tendencies allow you to show more compassion and understanding for other people because you can see that something may come easily for you, but it’s a struggle for others.”

Q

How does understanding our tendencies and others’ tendencies help us navigate our lives and relationships?

A

It gives you a vocabulary to describe the way people respond to the world. It also allows you to understand and manage yourself better. If something is frustrating you about yourself, you can work to make adjustments. If you’re an Obliger, you can see you need more outer accountability. Or if you’re a Rebel and you struggle with to-do lists—which often don’t work for rebels—you may have to put a rebel spin on it to make it work for you. There are answers, there are solutions.

The tendencies also allow you to show more compassion and understanding for other people because you can see that something may come easily for you, but it’s a struggle for others. It doesn’t mean you’re lazy or have no willpower–or that I’m right and you’re wrong. It means that we need different circumstances to thrive. So, it’s a matter of creating those circumstances that will work for us.

It’s very hard to fight the impulse to assume that people see the world the way you do. People are really different from each other. So, when you have a word for it, and you see how they’re responding differently, all of a sudden you don’t have to take it personally. For instance, if a Questioner is asking you question after question after question—you don’t have to feel defensive, or like he or she is undermining your authority. It’s just who they are. I think this can take away a lot of conflict and help people get where they’re going faster.

Q

How much does our tendency play a role in choosing a career, a partner, or even our friends?

A

One of the things about the tendencies is that they only describe a narrow aspect of personalities. For instance, you could line up fifty Upholders and depending on how intellectual they each were, how considerate of other people’s feelings there were, or how extroverted or introverted they were, they would all be different from each other except for one thing: how they meet expectations. So, when you are talking about people pairing up, obviously so many factors go into this. It’s not like all Xs should be with all Ys, or all of this tendency should have this type of job. With that said, there are striking patterns.

For instance, if there is a Rebel and she or he is paired up, either at work or in a romantic relationship, it’s often with an Obliger. That is a dominant pattern.

One of the pairings that tends to be the most difficult is Upholder and Rebel. This is not to say I haven’t heard of Upholders and Rebels working together or being married, but this pairing tends to have the most conflict because they are the most extreme personality types—and they’re opposite of each other. If you take one person who thrives on meeting expectations and typically loves schedules and routines and to-do lists, and the other who loves to be spontaneous and hates to-do lists, this can be hard to make work. So, an upholder parent and a rebel child, or an upholder child and a rebel parent, can be tough.

But no matter the pairing, knowing your tendencies allows you—and others—to anticipate problems.

Q

Is it possible for someone to rebel against their tendency, perhaps to please themselves or others, or are we hardwired?

A

I do think we’re hardwired and that this is part of our inborn nature. But, with time, experience, and wisdom, we can learn to harness the strengths of our tendency and offset its weaknesses and limitations so that we can better get where we’re going. For instance, many Obligers have built their lives so they have outer accountability for their inner expectations. For instance, if an Obliger wants to play music, she or he could join a band. Or if you want to read more, you could join a book club. So, to me, it’s about doing the simple thing to build the life you want. Don’t try to change your inborn nature—just work with it.

Q

One of the most well-known instruments for understanding how different personality profiles respond to external expectations is the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator. Does this method, or any others, inspire your work?

A

While I love personality frameworks and feel they all have their own nuances and illuminate a different way of looking at human nature, I did not use them to create the four tendencies. This one came out of trying to understand why people could or could not change habits. I was writing my book Better Than Before, and I was wondering how you explain the difference in habit formation. I was observing all these patterns around me, as well as in books and on TV, such as why this child is having such trouble finishing his homework, or why this person is always arguing with her boss, and I realized these were more than habits–these were life tendencies.

“It’s very hard to fight the impulse to assume that people see the world the way you do. People are really different from each other.”

Q

What is your biggest obstacle in teaching people about The Four Tendencies?

A

The most common problem is with Questioners because they question the framework. What’s interesting to me is that Questioners feel like they’re a mix of everything. For instance, I was speaking to a high school student and he said to me, “Sometimes I’m a Rebel and sometimes I’m an Upholder.” He gave me the example that if it’s a teacher he respects, he’ll do what she or he says, so he’s an Upholder. But then if it’s a teacher he doesn’t respect, he won’t and therefore he’s a Rebel. And I said, “No, you are 100 percent a Questioner because the first thing you’re doing is asking—why should I listen to you? I’ve spent a lot of time arguing with Questioners about the framework.

Another interesting thing is how often Rebels think they are Upholders—but Rebels can do anything they want to do. So, if you have an ambitious, highly considerate Rebel, they can look like an Upholder. But if you scratch the surface and look deeper, you can really see this is a Rebel.

Q

It seems that Obligers face some of the greatest challenges because they don’t say “no” enough, which can lead to feeling exploited, overworked, and even “Obliger-rebellion”–when an Obliger experiences burnout and uncharacteristically starts saying “no” to everything. How can an Obliger avoid this?

A

I think Obliger-rebellion is mysterious for many Obligers. They never had a word for this building feeling of being exploited, and they didn’t know other people experienced it. For many Obligers, the experience feels explosive, like a balloon bursting under pressure and yet you’re not really signaling to the outside world that this is happening. Obligers may not know they’re about to burst–and when they do, people may not be helpful or sympathetic.

So, I think for a lot of Obligers, it helps, for starters, to just realize that this is something that happens. And if you let it get to full Obliger-rebellion, then, as far as I can tell, it has to work itself out; it has to wear out. When Obligers start to recognize this building feeling, though, they can do things to relieve the pressure. For instance, you can say, “If I say yes to this, I have to say no to something else.” Or you could think about your future self, like: “Right now I want to say yes, but the future me is going to be annoyed–so, I have to say no now.” You can also take some time, or ask someone for their opinion. There’s a lot of things you can do once you know that it’s happening.

Gretchen Rubin is the author of numerous books, including bestsellers The Happiness Project, Better Than Before, and her most recent, The Four Tendencies. Widely recognized as an influential observer of happiness and human nature, she is also the host the podcast Happier with Gretchen Rubin. For more of Rubin’s work, head over to her website, www.gretchenrubin.org.

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Apple Is Reportedly Upgrading AirPods, Adding Touch-Free Siri & Water Resistance


Apple will reportedly be updating its AirPods this year, according to Bloomberg. The earbuds, originally released in 2016, will now feature an improved wireless chip, in addition to enhanced Siri activation.

All you have to do to access the Apple assistant is say “Hey Siri.” Currently, you must tap one of the AirPods in order to alert Siri. In addition, Apple is also expected to make the earbuds water-resistant in 2019.

In terms of the aforementioned chip, the accessory currently houses a W1 chip that connects the iPhone to compatible Beats and AirPods. It remains to be seen exactly what improvements will be made to such technology.

For more on the new and improved AirPods, follow over to Bloomberg.

In related news, Apple’s iOS 11.2.6 update inadvertently removes one essential feature. Head here to find out what that entails.

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Chris Tucker Confirms ‘Rush Hour 4’ Is in the Works


Speaking during an appearance on ESPN’s podcast The Plug, Chris Tucker dropped the biggest hint yet that Rush Hour 4 will definitely be hitting the big screen. This comes after Jackie Chan confirmed late last year on The Cruz Show that he has also agreed to take part in the project.

When asked if Tucker would ever be teaming up with Chan again to revive their wildly popular, crime-fighting duo of the 2000s, the actor said: “It’s happening. This is gonna be the rush of all rushes. Jackie is ready and we want to do this so that people don’t ever forget it.”

Last year, Chan stated: “For the last seven years, we’ve been turn[ing] down. turn[ing] down the script. But yesterday we agreed.” As part of that statement, Chan said Tucker was still undecided at the time but following Tucker’s latest comments it seems everyone is on board and ready to shoot Rush Hour 4.

Listen to snippets from the podcast below and then let us know your thoughts in the comments.

In other news, this is why Gucci models carried their own heads at the brand’s FW18 show yesterday.

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Nike’s KD 10 Carries On the “Aunt Pearl” Tradition

Kevin Durant‘s tenth signature model with Nike will carry on KD’s ongoing dedication to his late Aunt Pearl, who passed away due to lung cancer in 2000. The forthcoming launch incorporates Pink Pearl coloring throughout the entire sneaker, unlike the previous black-based edition. Nods to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund return with a pink ribbon found behind the tongue, in addition to a special wings design showcased on each heel, much like the strap on the Nike KD 7 "Aunt Pearl" from 2015.

Retailing for $150 USD, the Nike KD 10 "Aunt Pearl" is expected to drop on February 28 at select Nike Basketball retailers and online. For more, watch Kevin Durant and LeBron James talk pressure, the All-Star Game and President Trump.

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Listen to SOB x RBE’s New Single “Anti Social”

Following the release of "Carpoolin" earlier this month, Vallejo’s own SOB x RBE is back with another single today titled, "Anti Social." The track serves as the group’s second single from their forthcoming debut album Gangin, set to arrive this Friday. In addition to the new track, SOB x RBE will also be on a run of tour dates with Post Malone and 21 Savage later this year alongside their 9 headlining shows on the West Coast.

Check out all the headlining dates down below, while pre-orders for Gangin are available now through iTunes.

SOB x RBE Headlining Tour Dates:
3/17 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
3/23 – Reno, NV @ Cargo Concert Hall at Whitney Peak Hotel
3/24 – Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre
3/25 – Arcata, CA @ Arcata Community Center
4/06 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
4/10 – Fresno, CA @ Azteca Theater
4/11 – Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre
4/13 – Santa Cruz, @ CA The Catalyst
4/14 – Sacramento, @ CA Ace of Spades

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More Potential Billionaire Boys Club x adidas Hu NMD Images Have Leaked

After Pharrell‘s Billionaire Boys Club x adidas Hu NMD Trail dropped at towards the end of 2017, speculation has been rising about another collaboration. The latest leaked images shoe sneakers with a yellow, white and blue striped pattern across the upper. The potential new sneaker is similar to the last images to emerge, although it doesn’t feature the words "Heart" and "Mind" along the upper.

Other features of the sneaker include the BBC logo in gold, sitting towards the rear, as well as the group’s "B" logo replacing Pharrell branding on the left heel tab. Elsewhere, the sneaker includes classic NMD Hu Trail features such as the lacing cage and rugged outsole. It appears these images are of the shoe in sample stage, so this may not be how the sneaker looks when it releases — which is slated to be later this year.

In other footwear news, take a closer look at Raf Simons’ latest adidas collaboration.

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Street Style NYFW Fall/Winter 2018


Fashion week recently ended in New York for the Fall/Winter 2018 collections. I saw a lot of beautiful color on the runways and some inspiring outfits off the runway. The big street style trends were white pointy toed boots, oversized coats, menswear fabrics and plaid, the color red, and small sunglasses.

Another trend that I still keep seeing are cropped pants and jeans with boots. This is the one style that I don’t think it flattering on most people. On a tall woman, it looks like she couldn’t find pants that were long enough and on a petite woman, it cuts her legs off in an unflattering way.

I’ve put together a lot of the ensembles that I did find flattering and inspiring for the end of winter and early spring.

Bon week-end ! 

XOXO,

HC

This is the cropped jean/pant look that I was referring to above. It looks good on her but I don’t think it’s flattering on most women.

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