Singer-songwriter-producer Rico Love is back with the drop of his new visual for Japanese Denim directed by Gerard Bush. This song is featured on Rico Love recent mixtape I Sin.
The New Orleans rapper Currensy drops a new visual for Drug Prescription produced by Joey Fatts. Thissong can be found on Currensy More Saturday Night Car Tunes EP.
Kobe Bryant reacts to ESPN ranking him 40th. Prior to saying that it doesn’t really bother him, he jokes that ESPN is a bunch of idiots.
The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Seattle will receive a conditional draft pick in 2015, which will range from a second- to fourth-round pick, a source told ESPN’s John Clayton.
Fox Sports first reported the trade, which is contingent on Harvin passing a physical.
In five games for Seattle this season, Harvin has 22 receptions for 133 yards and no touchdowns. He also has 92 rushing yards on 11 carries.
Seattle acquired Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings on March 11, 2013, in exchange for first- and seventh-round picks in 2013, and a third-round pick in 2014.
The Seahawks then signed him to a six-year, $67 million contract with $25.5 million guaranteed.
Foo Fighters have released the first single titled Something From Nothing, off the bands upcoming eighth studio album called Sonic Highways dropping on November 10th.
Atlanta, Georgia is a rich melting pot of a number of sectors but to some, its strongest connotations are that of music and adult entertainment. In this segment, we bring to light some of the more overlooked genre of art in our inaugural installment of The Atlanta Project. Featuring artists and painters such as Peter Ferrari, Trey Moseley and Sam Parker, we delved upon what their perspectives are towards the ever-changing landscape in the world of creativity. What’s special about Atlanta’s art scene is its tightly-knitted community of artists that come from different practices. In this short clip, tattoo and graffiti artists such as Paper Frank and Brandon Sadler illustrate how the competition found in other areas can be the ultimate demise of that local scene, while the shared pool of knowledge found in Atlanta benefits not only the artists but the community as a whole.