The Cool Kids-TV Dinner

The Cool Kids have been a staple on my iTunes for many years now. I remember it like it was yesterday, getting up Saturday morning throwing on “Bake Sale” and cleaning my Jordans. Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks have been true to themselves and image. Many people won’t admit it, but they were the ones that made retro wear cool. Snapback hats were not!!! brought back by Tyga or Chris Brown. They made it cool to be yourself and have originality. Their music and cinematography can not be duplicated and that’s what makes them The Cool Kids.

Dizzy Wright- FFL

Michigan Native Dizzy Wright has been a mainstay of the underground scene since 2011. Known for his creativity and lyrics. In 2017 he continues to create thought-provoking music. F*ck Fake Love is a message to all the haters who frown upon those who chase their dreams. Check Out Dizzy Wright-FFL above.

Welcome to the Sole’hicans Tribe! Not for the hype but for the culture

“Because the greatest of all time died on March 9th” -Canibus “2nd Round KO”
As a lover of Hip-Hop and sneakers it’s only right I start off my All Things Dope write ups with this amazing drop. In my era of kicks, it was all about getting the dopest collab. It separated the basic sneakerhead from the true sneakerhead. Last year I was all about Puma before the Young Thug and The Weekend endorsements. They’re an iconic brand that has stayed true to the culture since the beginning of Hip-Hop, and is why I was rocking with them heavy.
This drop is everything a sneaker x clothing brand collaboration should be (in comparison to the ridiculously hyped SUPREME x LV drop). Great quality, attention to detail, and brings out the best of both worlds. Using the iconic Coogi sweater pattern made legendary by the late Notorious BIG and the always classic “Clyde” silhouette (which has been making a comeback the past few months) you can’t go wrong whether you cop for the hype or for the culture. This is something you would put on ice and resell before it was the “in” thing to do. I would definitely rock and stock this drop and kill these cats this summer. “Baby baby”

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Freddie Gibbs “Crushed Glass”

Freddie Gibbs is one of Hip-Hop’s most consistent artist when it comes to quantity and quality.  There are rumors that he and Curren$y might release a project soon but can the underground handle that much fire? We’ll have to wait and find out. Check out Freddie Gibbs “Crushed Glass” and let us know what you think.

Vans & Supreme SS 2017 Sk8 Mids

Vans & Supreme are two major staples in the skateboarding world when it comes to branding. When these two giants collaborate, us as fans are fully tuned in. Hypebeast got a look at the SxS 2017 Lookbook and it has some dope pieces with some reaches here and there. As for the footwear portion, I’m eager to see how this look pans out. Not a completely new concept from the two but the Pink, Yellow, and Blue colorways do stand out. Check out more images of the Vans & Supreme SS 2017 Sk8 Mids Here.

Ariana Grande “Everyday” Feat Future

Ariana Grande is no doubt one of the world’s most popular superstars. But what happens when she collabs with one of Hip-Hops current elites? You get an automatic Radio Banger! This song is sure to boost your late night XXX time with your significant other. With Grande`s powerful voice and Future catchy lyrics and flow, This song will be on repeat in any POP or RnB playlist you have. Check you Ariana Grande’s “Everyday” Feat Future video above.