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The king of adlibs and prince of leaked music, Playboi Carti has released his second full-length album as of May 11. “Made a mil of that mumbling shit...” pretty much sums up the self-awareness of said album. Where some artists would try to distance themselves from the thematic elements that make up the inappropriately named “mumble rap” sub-genre, Carti doubles down and proves the artistic merit to any “old-heads” or doubters of the aforementioned sub-genre.
Coming off her recent annoucement to being signed with Atlantic Records and gracing the cover of The Fader's latest issue, Rico Nasty has shown no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Just releasing her newest project, "Nasty", Rico has been growing and expanding her sound and it shows in her latest visual, "Countin' Up".
Making waves across the south with his latest song, "4 Deep', Rizzoo Rizzoo is on the path to becoming one of Texas' biggest stars in 2018. In the midst of preparing his upcoming project, "Nawfside Huncho", he unleashes a fresh loosie with Modern Life Mag called "Big Belts" featuring Tampa's own budding star, Big Baby Scumbag.
Coming out of the depths of Arlington, Splurge has been heating things up in the DFW scene with his witty lyrics and laid-back delivery. As he may caught the attention of the nation with those characteristics, he leaves those behind in his new visual, "Crazy".
Coming fresh off the road with Smooky Margielaa from his headling tour "Margiella Madness Tour", King Ceazar comes back to New York City with aims to establish his footing in the indie scene. From making records with A-Boogie and Jay Critch to being featured on Hot97's "Who's Next" show, King Ceazar has earned his stripes of the streets of NYC and he proves it on his latest project, "Heavy Reign".
After making waves in the city and across the nation with his single, "Again", WAV has certainly put a new spin on what it means to be an artist from Houston. In the process of changing things up for the city's music scene, he delivers his latest single, "Jetski".
After making a hell of an arrival in the US, South African Punk Trap artist/producer PatricKxxLee drops hard bars on his latest single “SO&SO”. Patrick comes for blood with telling listeners to stop playing with his sound and comparing him to the next artist. Using the balance of Game of Thrones metaphors over an infectious beat, Patrick aims to be one of the biggest international artists to scrape the American music scene
With the help of receiving much love and support from their strong followings, 4 different streetwear brands: Gnarcotic,Half-Evil,Superrradical, and Ransom decided to collectively make pieces for a special collaborative collection this summer. In terms of branding + strategy, this has to be one of the wittiest things that has came across this industry.
Los Angeles based brand Hypland continues to impress this year and it looks like they’re showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. As the summer months are underway, they take the opportunity to release their Summer tonal collection. The drop features different pantones that would be the perfect accommodation to your outfit at your local BBQ and/or function.
Just in time for the summer season, UK based brand, Playdude, released their newest summer 18 collection filled with nice tees, accessories, and more fun stuff.
Half-Evil has been remarkable when it comes to its shoppers when it comes down to the pricing of their products along with delivering witty designs that ultimately relate to the clientele they’re selling to. in the midst of creating dope items on their way, they collide forces with genre-bending artist Lil Aaron.
After making headway in being of the prime leaders of the streetwear scene, Dertbag continues to bring more heat out their collections. May be a little different from their other products, but Dertbag is finally producing products centered towards women with their line, “GERL”.
With the NBA Draft right around the corner, it's certain that different draft picks will be talked about in the next few days. While some other players have been much attention from various press outlets, Colton Weisbrod remains a dark horse in a stacked draft and this may work to his benefit.
Although Beaumont may be one of the interesting places one may want to visit while they're in Texas, it's certainly becoming one of the hottest beds of talent in sports. In recent years, Lamar University has been setting up shop for some of the most equipped athletes to come out of the Southland Conference, and one of these names include James Harrison. The sharpshooter from the Greater Houston area has shown much potential with only a year of playing time with the team averaging nearly 9 points a game and shooting nearly 40 percent from the three-point line.
As the summer seasons is approaching with things that'll ease our minds for quite some time, the NBA is gearing up for it's 2018 NBA Draft featuring some of the most mesmerizing players to make it onto the college basketball/international basketball scene.
If you're haven't been staying afloat in the music scene, Sheck Wes is easily one of the most recognizable talents to cross the surface this past year. With gaining steam with songs such as "Mo Bamba" and "Live Sheck Wes/Die Sheck Wes", Wes has established a footing in the game with his rambunctious sound while also still implementing his roots in basketball as well.
In the midst of the NBA Playoffs, some of the freshest NBA content has been publishing in the past few weeks. One of the most favored and followed pieces of content is Uninterrupted's series piece on rising Washington Wizards player, Kelly Oubre Jr. Following the self-proclaimed "Wave Papi" unfolds the life behind one of the league's most emerging players. From the aspects of his fashion, family, and friends, his philanthropy work, and more.
In the midst of doing so, we wanted to highlight the stellar career of University of Houston offensive lineman, Marcus Oliver. Before making a big splash at Coog U, Oliver rose through the ranks by being one of the most sought out OL in the Greater North Houston area and played a pivotal role during his school years at the iconic Westfield High School. Shortly playing under HS Football legend Corby Meekins, Oliver committed himself to the University of Houston and spent his college years playing in his hometown and playing alongside his brother, All-American Ed Oliver.