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Kamaiyah - A Good Night In The Ghetto [New Mixtape]

Kamiayah holds it down for her hometown Oakland on her debut mixtape A Good Night in the Ghetto with what a primary thrust of vintage Bay blappers bolstered by the 21-year-old's eclectic musical sensibilities (everything from synth pop and funky electric piano-driven soul).

16 songs in length, A Good Night in the Ghetto gets production from CT Beats, Trackademicks, DJ Official, 1-O.A.K, WTF NonStop, Link Up, Drew Banga, and P-Lo. Also of note, the tape gets an appearance from YG.

Source:hotnewhiphop.com


JUNE 2016 KD 9 RELEASE DATE

The KD 9 is Kevin Durant’s ninth signature basketball shoe with Nike. It was officially unveiled on March 16th, 2016 and will release on June 20th, 2016 for $150. The shoe is designed by Leo Chang and features Flyknit and Zoom Air technology. 

Source: Sneakernews.com


SXSW's Final Day Violence Breaks Out

This year's SXSW seemed to be going off without a hitch, as headlines mainly focused on the impressive array of lit parties and super-dope showcases. Until last night at around 1:30am, that is, as right as many of the night's major events were beginning to wind down, gunshots were fired in a densely crowded area, around E. Sixth Street and Trinity Street in downtown Austin. 

There's no footage of police taking down the suspect, but it seems they were able to do so relatively quickly. According to Austin's Read the article →


Giuseppe Zanotti Just Dropped Kanye-Inspired “Cruel Summer” Sneakers

Back in 2012, Kanye West and his G.O.O.D. Music team dropped a compilation album titled Cruel Summer. Drawing inspiration from Mr. West as well as the musical project (specifically the artwork), Giuseppe Zanotti designed a pair of “Cruel Summer” heels that were debuted not long after the release of the album.

Now we find that the label has released a Cruel Summer-specific men’s sneaker with the delivery of the Cruel Summer Double-Zip. The mid-top pair boasts a smooth red leather upper, dual side zip...


Kodak Black - Institution [New Mixtape]

Kodak Black was a relative unknown when he released his breakout mixtape Heart of the Projects this time last year. Since then, he has established himself as one of the most promising rappers out of Florida's Broward County, a hotbed for hip hop talent. Ready to make the next step, young Kodak shares his latest project, a mixtape called Institution.

Laced with 24 tracks, Institution is devoid of any features whatsoever. Heart of the Projects didn't have many features either, so Kodak is accustomed to doing it solo.

Source: hotnewhiphop.com