Tanaya Henry models my upcoming Asics Gel Lyte III “Super Red” Shots by SQ. Release Info coming soon.

This album is very very serious. I know this track was released a while back but the last Nas verse on this track… well just listen. Nas sounds extremely comfortable rhyming with Damian on this album, perfect beats and vibe for the Queens veteran. Nah Mean is another super dope track, they both kill it.

Strong Will Continue

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Nah Mean

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In the early 90′s Big L, Young Cam, Murder Mase and McGruff were The Children Of The Corn. This track is too raw. 90′s Hip Hop is by far the best music.

Children Of The Corn – Hell Up In Harlem

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Kanye West – RobocopĀ 

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Great Expectations is a great movie but this specific sequence is probably my favorite scene of any movie. It might not make sense for those who haven’t seen the film but you could still see where Kanye West got his inspiration from for the beat behind Robocop (1:52 mark). It’s obvious Ye is extremely passionate about his music and here is some proof. When i put designs together there are times i could relate to certain places and sceneries that play a major part in materials and colorways, it’s a little different from this but similar in some ways.

Say what you want about Chris but thats my dude right there. I see you homie!

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This summer New Balance brought out their heavy hitters. The new 587′s, 996′s, and 998′s are all amazing. We all know grey and black get along well these days and New Balance hit it right on the nose with the colorways. The 996 and 587′s are both $109.00 and the 998′s are $120, very limited runs are available today at the David Z. flagship store in soho. Shots by SQ.

You’ll start seeing these shots all over the place. Pj Monte is not only my homie, he’s a very dope photographer and he’s the brainchild behind Don Clothing a Hamptons lifestyle brand that will surely make noise this summer. If you don’t already know Pj from the club scene in Nyc check out his work here.

The Weaver is one of my favorite shoes of 2010. The Wallabee is a staple that we have all learned to love and we always will but the Weaver will be taking its place for the time being. I tried the sand joints on and didn’t take them off. Priced at $109, these are perfect with a pair of shorts for the summer. You could grab these at the David Z. flagship store today. Shots by SQ