Hate it or love it, there’s no in between.  But before you say anything prepare to shut the fuck up.

There’s always gonna be haters and lovers about anything and everything, so forget trying to sway people one way or the other, that’s life and everyone has a right to their own opinion.

Cue in the “look at what human beings have come to - so materialistic and ruled by consumerism’ type of arguments some of those talking before thinking types of people..bla bla bla cry us a river.

One thing we can all agree on, is that there’s never been so much hype about an item of clothing ever.  And here’s why:

Yes, the hieroglyphics on the forefoot strap accompanied by the leather lace toggles say it all - they are ‘YZY II’s,  that shit is a legit seller but I don’t buy that.

Seriously son, just sit down and take a few notes now.  The Yeezy II’s take classic right back to the future with the help of influences from basketball, tennis and cross-trainers all in one.  It boasts a sense of street cred with the adoption of luxury and puts the fucking rage in outfuckingrageous with it’s anaconda side panels.

To add to the hype they have a universal release date (as if it were a movie or something) and the retail price of $250 will only become 10 times that amount once purchased.

How many shoes do this - all in one?

OVER and OUT.

Pictures from NIKE Inc.

Master Romain Gavras..blows this shit out of the water.  Before anything, refix this shit and press mute.

Political discussions have a time and place in my opinion - but this, this is something different.

So man, where the hell do you even begin to describe the degree of absolute fucking brilliancy that is before our eyes?  I’m guessing, by saying thank fuck for masterminds like Romain Gavras and ironic as it sounds - this clip is so damn refreshing.

We’ve been swarmed, suffocated and seduced endlessly with the ideology that we can do or be anything we want to be, regardless of the fact that we live in, for the most part, a democratic world - or so we believe.  It’s sucks to say it, but these days the majority of music clips created, are fucking goats cheese.

And then BAM!  Romain strikes again - something shocking.  Don’t take that literally, because we all know too well he’s the king when it comes to that.  

So I ask you - what. do. you. see?

I see everyday life in the 21st century.  This shit relates to what we are living through today.  Although maybe not directly, we are definitely indirectly affected. If you take the time to really sit back and watch this - you’ll see there are glimpses of every single fight for freedom we’ve heard or been a part of over the past decade, fuck it, make that 5 years.

We need to open our eyes and ears to what’s really changing and why.

Look - dissecting every bit of this mini-mockumentary isn’t necessary, that’s for you to do, for you to realise.  So I ask you one last time. What do you really see? I see Desire. Passion.  Camaraderie. Will. 

I see Life.

Thank you Romain Gavras, once again, for the shock.

It hasn’t even been a week since Jay & Ye dropped Watch the Throne and the world may be getting sick of hearing about it already, with this much hype..
BUT, as usual, there are already opinions on the album - good and bad.  The best read so far has to be by P-Tone over at Big Ghost Chronicles.  
For someone who’s never lived in America - you will laugh, very hard.  But through all of that - what P-tone says is legit.
Check it out here!
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It hasn’t even been a week since Jay & Ye dropped Watch the Throne and the world may be getting sick of hearing about it already, with this much hype..

BUT, as usual, there are already opinions on the album - good and bad.  The best read so far has to be by P-Tone over at Big Ghost Chronicles.  

For someone who’s never lived in America - you will laugh, very hard.  But through all of that - what P-tone says is legit.

Check it out here!

Watch The Throne Pop-up store opens in NYC..for the weekend.
There isn’t a better way to promote the physical album release than something like this - sustains the element of excitement and produces a sense of exclusivity..
Inside, they’ll be showcasing the Maybach used in the ‘Otis' music video as well as the album artwork designed by Givenchy Creative Director - Riccardo Tisci.

Watch The Throne Pop-up store opens in NYC..for the weekend.

There isn’t a better way to promote the physical album release than something like this - sustains the element of excitement and produces a sense of exclusivity..

Inside, they’ll be showcasing the Maybach used in the ‘Otis' music video as well as the album artwork designed by Givenchy Creative Director - Riccardo Tisci.

Kanye West Coachella 2011.  For those lucky enough to make it out to LA for the Coahella festival insanity, and of course those who caught it live on Youtube - they would’ve seen Ye reppin this shirt.
It’s a Celine Summer 2011 blue silk foulard print shirt.  Which basically means it’s a womens shirt, but really, who cares.
Check out Celine Summer collection here.

Kanye West Coachella 2011.  For those lucky enough to make it out to LA for the Coahella festival insanity, and of course those who caught it live on Youtube - they would’ve seen Ye reppin this shirt.

It’s a Celine Summer 2011 blue silk foulard print shirt.  Which basically means it’s a womens shirt, but really, who cares.

Check out Celine Summer collection here.