A$ AP Ferg’s been making some big boy moves for the past few months now but that doesn’t mean he’s abandoning the music game nor forgetting where he comes from.
In his clip to “Nandos” the A$ AP Mob member takes it to an abandoned inner city school where some kids skateboard the empty halls and Ferg promotes his upcoming adidas collabo. Who says he can’t multitask?
Meanwhile back in Brooklyn Joey Bada$ $ cruises the streets in a spiffy droptop Mercedes for his visuals to “500 Benz.” In 2017 that retro everything is a good look if you can pull it off.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kid Ink, Imasu! Featuring Kool John, and more.
There are so many streaming music options for fans these days that accompanying headphone brands are aligning themselves with various services.
For those who can logically remember, TIDAL’s launch tagline was not to make A-list artists “rich” but provide listeners with an upscale Lossless compression experience.
Now, the luxury lifestyle brand World of McIntosh has crafted the PRYMA headphones to assist music heads with a more affluent venture into the universe of sound. Handcrafted in Italy, each pair of PRYMA headphones has an Italian leather interchangeable headband, die-cast aluminum ear cup body and copper and stainless steel buckles.
Retailed at $ 499, the PRYMA headphones also come in five different models in Coffee & Cream; Pure Black; Heavy Gold; Rose Gold & Dark Grey; and the Carbon Marsala Carbon Fiber Edition.
And as proof they’re worth every dime you drop, the purchase will come with a three-month trial to TIDAL so you can test out the sound in highest marketed degree.
The PRYMA Headphones are available for pre-order at www.PRYMA.com and hit the market on will be released sometime in October. Take a look at the individual models in the picture gallery below.
Imagine “Empire” with Shaft in the lead role … that was the vision one guy had, but it never got made … and now he believes the creators of the show owe him $ 500 million for stealing his idea.
A guy named Jon Astor-White is suing EPs Danny Strong and Lee Daniels — as well as Imagine Entertainment and 21st Century Fox — claiming he shopped around a show called “King Solomon” back in 2007 … which bears a lot of similarities to “Empire.”
Astor-White claims his show would have starred Richard Roundtree (Shaft said no thanks) and was about a record executive and his family and their battle over control of the company.
Astor-White said he faxed the treatment around, and included a proposed cast list which was aspirational, to say the least. In addition to Roundtree, Astor-White wanted Diahann Carroll, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, John Goodman, George Hamilton and Angie Dickinson.
Astor-White describes his show as “the style and elegance of ‘Dynasty’ meets ‘The Sopranos’ with a sprinkling of ‘The Godfather.’” That’s a similar comparison Marvin Gaye III made in his claim.
The show has also been sued by a guy with Jackson family connections and by a woman who claims she is the real Cookie.
Astor-White is seeking the half a billion dollars … plus additional damages.
The struggle will likely continue down the line. Empire’s second season starts on September 23.
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The bigger they are, the harder they fall, and when you’re as big as Shaq, you can fall pretty hard.
The 7’1″, 325-pound NBA legend took a tumble on the set of the “Inside the NBA” halftime report on TNT during Wednesday night’s Rockets-Clippers playoff game. He appeared to get tangled up in a cable and went down so hard he literally fell out of his shoe.