Tamar Braxton is back, after a long hiatus, she had a killer performance during this weekend’s BET Awards. Tamar took to her Instagram, posted a video snippet and directed her followers to her website to view the World Premier of her latest video.
On Friday night (June 23), Metro Boomin debuted a brand new song called “No Complaints” on OVO Sound Radio. It features Drake and Offset, and you can stream it via Spotify below or cop it on iTunes now.
The new single is distributed via his Metro Boomin Want Some More imprint on Republic Records, so look for his upcoming album to drop on that label as well.
Listen to the track below and stay tuned for more info about Metro’s upcoming LP.
#Converse reintroduces the #FastBreak sneakers
Made popular by Michael Jordan during his time at the University of North Carolina, the Converse Fastbreak broke ground with its 1983 introduction, when it brought in a new sense of performance silhouettes. The Fastbreak was designed to be a lightweight and breathable sneaker featuring a foam-backed nylon and leather upper to shed unnecessary weight.
Reintroducing the classic basketball sneaker in 2017, Converse’s new Fastbreak shoe is a leather take on the classic style that has the same aesthetic paneling and iconic appearance. Staying true to its comfortable roots, the new version of the shoe features a shock absorbent sole with flexibility and a pivot point that makes this version of the shoe the ideal sneaker for everyday wear. From a legendary court legacy to a street-level lifestyle, that authenticity is retained in a leather reinterpretation of a shoe that helped make history.
Worn by Michael Jordan during his college years, the silhouette at the time was the go-to shoe for all basketball players in the U.S. The shoe was later discontinued by the American footwear brand, but Converse decided this year to bring back the classic shoe, thanks to the popularity of the current vintage trend.
The Converse Fastbreak collection is available in Casino Red, Candy Grape and Green and launches in select Footlocker stores, Footlocker.com, Converse Stores and Converse.com on Thurs., June 29 for a suggested price of $85.
Yesterday, Drake released a new song called “Signs” during Louis Vuitton’s Paris Fashion Week show for their Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Now, the full CDQ has been released, and you can cop it on iTunes or stream it below via Spotify.
Not only is the song produced by Noah “40” Shebib, but Young Thug is also credited as a writer on the record. His producer Wheezy pointed out as much on Twitter, and the songwriting credits on Tidal confirm it.
Drake, of course, served as the executive producer on Thug’s latest album Beautiful Thugger Girls, though the exact extent of his involvement is unknown.