Common stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss his new album Black America Again, the presidential election, still being cool with all of his exes, rappers being lyrical again and much more.
Ray Allen announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday, writing that he is “completely at peace with himself” after a record-setting 18-year career during which he established himself as one of the best shooters in basketball history.
Allen, 41, has not played in the NBA since the 2013-14 season, when he was with the Heat. He had been linked with multiple teams over the last two years and recently considered making a comeback with the Warriors and Cavaliers, league sources told ESPN.
As part of a “letter to my younger self” posted Tuesday on The Players Tribune, Allen wrote, “I write this to you today as a 41-year-old man who is retiring from the game.”
Big Sean decided one track wasn’t enough and drop another new one called Bounce Back produced by Hitmaka, Smash David, Amaire Johnson & even Metro Boomin.
Nike’s SF-AF1 will launch in two colorways for men in Faded Olive/Gum and Black/Gum, and two women color combinations in Light Bone/Sail and Golden Beige/Linen.Expect them to release on November 5 at select retailers.
G.O.O.D. Music artist Desiigner releases his new short film video called Zombie Walk featuring King Savage produced by The Shell God and directed by Grant Curatol.
Big Sean is back at it again with the release of his new track called No More Interviews produced by himself and Amaire Johnson.