Air Jordan 12 “Obsidian” & “Playoff”

The Air Jordan 12 is next in line for a retro rollout. After an eight year hiatus the “Playoff” colorway will return in April 2012. Following that, Jordan Brand will bring back the “Obsidian” in June.

Air Jordan 12
Black/White-Varsity Red
130690-001
April 2012
$160

Air Jordan 12
Obsidian/White-French Blue-University Blue
130690-410
June 2012
$160

 

 

Labrinth (@Labrinthda1st) Feat Tinie Tempah (@TinieTempah) – Earthquake

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Labrinth and Tinie Tempah Earthquake” is a wildly unique powerhouse tune that shows off Labrinth’s uncanny ability to write a hit track that is both forward and also very now.

Throwback Sundays: Monica (@MonicaBrown) – So Far Gone

Its sunday already the weeks just seem like they fly even faster now. Well This sunday thowback is Monica So Far Gone off her After the Storm album. This is one of those songs that almost every woman can relate to.  The Whispers’ 1976 “Are You Number One sample for this track is timeless.

Toni Braxton (@tonibraxton) & Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) Honored at Georgia Music Hall of Fame

Toni Braxton, & Justin Bieber were honored at the 33rd Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta last night. The stunning Toni Braxton was inducted by Gov. Nathan Deal. The “Un-Break My Heart” singer, who was born in Maryland and moved Atlanta in the ‘90s, showed her appreciation by singing a line from “Georgia on My Mind.”

Bieber performed an acoustic medley of hits including Matchbox Twenty’s “3 A.M.,” Usher’s “U Got It Bad,” and his own “Baby,” as the young girls in the audience shrieked with delight.

Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweathe) defeated Victor Ortiz(@VICIOUSortiz)

LAS VEGAS — Floyd Mayweather Jr. got a head butt, a kiss and a hug from Victor Ortiz.

He responded with a right hand that ended a bizarre fight early.

Mayweather remained unbeaten and did it in emphatic fashion Saturday night, stopping Ortiz at 2:59 of the fourth round to take the welterweight title Ortiz brought into the ring.

he end came just as the two fighters emerged from a break, in which Ortiz had embraced Mayweather in the center of the ring. As they broke, Mayweather shot out a left hand and followed it with a right that put Ortiz down in his corner.

Ortiz struggled to get up as referee Joe Cortez called an end to the fight.

“We touched gloves and we were back to fighting and then I threw the left and right hand after the break,” Mayweather said. “In the ring you have to protect yourself at all times.”

The round was already controversial, as Ortiz appeared to head butt Mayweather intentionally, leading Cortez to take a point away from him. After the head butt, Ortiz went to Mayweather and gave him a kiss on the cheek.

Seconds later they were in the center of the ring ready to resume action when two punches ended it quickly.

“I took the break by the referee and I obeyed exactly as I was told,” Ortiz said. “And then, boom, he blindsided me.”

Mayweather was winning the fight through three rounds, dominating with speed and landing good right hands to the head of Ortiz. He won all three rounds on two ringside scorecards, and two of three on the third.

Ortiz picked up the pace in the fourth round, trying desperately to get inside Mayweather’s vaunted defense. He did on occasion and was having a better round when, late in the round, he appeared to intentionally head butt Mayweather in frustration as the two fought in Mayweather’s corner.

“He did something dirty when it was his corner who said I was dirty,” Mayweather said. “But I won the fight.”

Mayweather later engaged in a verbal confrontation with HBO announcer Larry Merchant, calling him a name at one point.

Ortiz said he had apologized to Mayweather for the head butt and was getting ready to resume fighting when he said Mayweather punched too quickly coming out of the break.

“There’s two ways to look at it but as far as I was concerned I came here to entertain the fans and I think they were entertained,” Ortiz said. “There was a miscommunication with the referee but nobody is perfect and this was a learning experience.”

Mayweather remained unbeaten in 42 fights, scoring the knockout he had predicted. Ortiz, who lost his 147-pound title, fell to 29-3-2.

Nike Air Diamond Turf II – 49ers & Cool Grey

The Nike Air Diamond Turf II is one of those 90’s classics that has never returned, but things will change next Summer when Wale’s favorite ’49ers’ colorway and a new ‘Cool Grey’ hits stores.  Summer 2012 colorways of the Air Diamond Turf II, but news of the tonal-red 49ers version is what we’ve all been waiting for. Props to the shoe game for being light to this story.

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