Eminem (@Eminem) feat Beyoncé (@Beyonce) – Walk on Water

Eminem decides to drop his brand new single called Walk on Water featuring  Beyoncé. Eminem is set to perform on Saturday Night Live later on November 18th.

Madden NFL 18 Xbox One X Enhanced

The greatest looking Madden ever just got even better. Madden NFL 18 reaches new heights on Xbox One X through visuals and gameplay with Xbox One X Enhanced support, 4K Ultra HD and HDR support. The resolution of the game can be played in 4K Ultra HD, which really comes through in the player detail. The gameplay will run at a constant 60 FPS (Frames Per Second), which means that when you go from scoring on the field to celebrating in the end zone, you’ll experience a smooth, seamless transition from gameplay to cinematic moments.

JAY-Z 4:44’ PUMA Clyde Collaboration

Retailing for $95 USD, the JAY-Z 4:44 PUMA Clyde is expected to launch on October 9.

Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) & adidas Statement Hiking Collection

Pharrell Williams and adidas Originals Statement Hiking collection will be releasing this November 11 at select adidas Originals retailers.

Ashanti (@Ashanti) Feat Ty Dolla Sign (@tydollasign) – Say Less

R&B songstress Ashanti unleashes her brand new single called Say Less featuring Ty Dolla Sign and produced by DJ Mustard.

Kendrick Lamar (@KendrickLamar) & Kobe Bryant (@KobeBryant) at ComplexCon 2017

Kobe Bryant and Kendrick Lamar have both reached the mountaintop in their respective fields, so you’d be wise to listen up when they share how they arrived there.Complex News’ Jinx sat down with Kobe and Kendrick at ComplexCon to get their take on what people miss when it comes to truly achieving greatness.

“I think there’s a certain stubbornness that comes along with being great,” Kobe said. “I think people see greatness as kind of an easy road, like a one-path thing. You work hard, and then all of a sudden it happens. It don’t work like that. There’s a lot of darkness that comes from that as well. There’s a lot of personal experiences that you go through that you use as fuel to propel you forward. Whereas otherwise it would just be obstacles for others; it might even prevent them from going forward. Whereas for us, those moments do nothing but fuel us even more.”

Kendrick offered similar sentiment on the topic. “It’s the curiosity of it. The fear, the anxiety. It’s the curiosity of knowing, damn, I can possibly overcome this. And when you do and another one approaches, I wanna challenge that too. That’s real greatness.”

Check out the full interview above, where Kobe and Kendrick share when they knew they were on to something special in their careers, why Kobe believes he’s failed if 20 years from now basketball is the best thing he’s done in his life, and how Kendrick got inspired watching Kobe’s final game.

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