Misa Campo stars in a decidedly simple but effective monochrome shoot for Visual Apparel. Shot by Van Styles in his trademark no-fuss style in a Hollywood high-rise, the pair prove that you don’t need elaborate backdrops or clothing to make an effortlessly sexy image.
In the hours that followed, numerous reports speculated that Weezy’s announcement could be in reference to signing with Jay Z’s Roc Nation for label representation amid his widely publicized problems with Cash Money Records. But Bryant of Maverick tells Billboard that those rumors are untrue.
“The Internet and blogs took his words out of context,” Bryant tells Billboard. “When Wayne was speaking about the partnership with Jay Z, he was speaking about his new deal as an artist owner with Tidal.”
As previously reported, Lil Wayne is a co-owner of the Jay Z-led music subscription service Tidal and exclusively released the track “Glory” through the service in early June.
As for his problems with Cash Money, Lil Wayne sued the label for $51 million earlier this year. TMZ has reported that he’s owed $10 million, solely for the recording and completion of Tha Carter V. The rapper has referred to himself as a “prisoner” of Cash Money and blames the label for the delay of his new album, Tha Carter V.
The Jordan Brand Palais 23 space is located at 13 Avenue du Président Wilson and is open until 21.00 on Sunday June 14. Take a detailed look at the Jordan MTM Pack released for this special occasion.
Nike Sportswear “Constellation” Pack for Spring 2015, the star studded Nike Air Force 1 Low returns due to popular demand. For Fall 2015 Nike presents the iconic low top sneaker with the revamped star all-over embossed patterns in overall four colorways – white, black, midnight navy and gym red. The upper comes with a seamless star pattern all-over in leather, while lacing, stitching and outer-sole all come tonal. Overall an incredibly clean pack of the Nike Air Force 1, that perfectly fits into the current fashion landscape. Expect these to sell out instantly when hitting retail in late June.
YG was reportedly shot Friday morning (June 12) in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, the West Coast rapper was shot “three times in the hip” at 1:45 a.m. PT at a recording studio in Studio City.
YG was driven to a nearby hospital, where police claim he was “very uncooperative” when questioned about the incident. TMZ also reports that police found “multiple shell casings and blood on the sidewalk.”
There aren’t any details about the shooter as of yet, nor the status of YG’s condition.
Representatives for YG did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publishing.