Funk Flex (@funkflex) Responds To Dame Dash (@DASHDAMON)

Funk Flex took to the mic to respond to Dame Dash post on Instagram. The dispute started earlier this week when Dame posted Interscope exec and former Def Jam president Joie Manda accusing Joie of trying to divide and conquer artists like Cam’ron and Jim Jones, as well as Curren$y and last called Manda a culture vulture. Funk Flex defend him then Dame responde dto Flex on instagram.

Christopher Kane “Atom” Collection


 Christopher Kane played with molecular atom prints, emblazoning them across T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies. Shown in their magnified form, the brightly colored atoms feature as prints in either red/green or blue/green against black, while a helix print T-shirt provides the most colorful option in the collection. You can shop the range now from oki-ni.

Usher (@Usher) On The Cover Of Nylon Guys



On being mentored by Diddy: “Artist development made me who I am. Somebody took the time to help me find what it is that works for me as an entertainer and who I am as a music maker.”

On playing Sugar Ray Leonard in the biopic Hands of Stone: “I wanted to show a different side of who I am, not just throw my acting chops toward a romantic comedy. When I played Sugar Ray, everything was Sugar Ray. Every day I trained like a boxer. I ate like a boxer. I moved like a boxer.”

On his fans’ reaction to his musical output: “In all honesty, I give one shit. I do hear them—that’s why I say one shit. I do give a shit, but not two shits. Two shits is a lot. I care enough to make sure they understand that I’m making it for them, but I’ve got to be true to where I am.”

Hi-Tek (@HiTek) Feat Bow Wow (@smoss), Krayzie Bone (@iamKrayzieBone) & Bootsy Collins (@Bootsy_Collins) – Ohio Players

Hi-Tek Ft Bow Wow, Krayzie Bone & Bootsy Collins - Ohio Players

Hi-Tek is back with a new joint called Ohio Players featuring Bow Wow, Krayzie Bone and Bootsy Collins.


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NIGO Opens 2-5 Café in Tokyo

NIGO continues to lend his expertise to every aspect of contemporary Japanese culture, this time through the opening of a café in Tokyo’s Shibuya district. Following in the footsteps of his Curry Up restaurant, NIGO’s latest venture serves cakes, several blends of coffee and a burger created by Pharrell.

2-5 Café
2-5, Nanpeidai-cho, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, Japan