Gary Vee putting a lot of things into perspective.
So much talent, a tragic loss.
Mr 616 has just dropped his much awaited 'Cult Member' mixtape, this is to take up most of what I am listening to this weekend.
As ever with DVLGNG/616/Cult Mountain this is coming out in various formats for you collectors out there, (I'll be grabbing the cassette) along with some 'Cult Member' clothing including hoodies and tees. You can shop all Cult Mountain march and listen to the album by hitting the button below.
Available from 08/11/2017
Uniqlo, KAWS and Peanuts have teamed up again for a capsule. The collection consists of hoodies, tees, sweatshirts and best of all the 'blacked out' Snoopy plush that will annoyingly probably sell out in seconds.
It all drops on 10am November 20th. You can check the it below.
WestsideGunn has dropped the 5th instalment of his classic 'Hitler Wears Hermes' series. Also as a gesture of goodwill the Flygod has made every chapter from 1-5 available for free download.
From Milkavelli's upcoming mixtape 'Cult Member' which is released 11/11/17
Pharrell and co are back with an outright banger, with some added Rhi Rhi on vocal duties.
Check the music and visuals below...
The visuals have finally dropped for 'New Freezer' and they are impressive, some neon madness going on here. But much more impressive than any cinematography here is Kendrick's earth shattering verse, K.Dot is currently operating from another solar system to other rappers, frighteningly flawless.
Our good friends Jack Butler have just dropped their latest single entitled 'Dance of a Salesman' on Spotify. Some tremendous nods to 1980's disco on this gem.
Also be sure to check them at the Flying Duck in Glasgow this coming Friday (3rd November) we will be doing a pop up at this with some nice exclusives dropping.
p.s. the single artwork has been designed by non other than our very own Ryan Edison.
Have yourself a listen below....
The next instalment from one of the most exciting collaboration projects in recent memory, its an absolute banger, don't listen to us prattle on, check it out below.
Great little motivational video made from snippets cut from the insanely popular podcast 'The Joe Rogan Experience'
Joe paraphrases some ideas from Steven Pressfield's classic book 'The War of Art' (a book mentioned frequently on the podcast, highly recommended reading) along with some elements of Joseph Campbell and the his vision of the hero's journey.
Its all set to some rather rousing Hans Zimmer esque backdrops, this cannot fail to inspire you in the gym or on the hustle.