Archive for October, 2011

Watch The Throne Tour Kickoff ATL



Odd Future x Waka Flocka


Odd Future concert in Atlanta, GA. Tyler the Creator brings out Waka Flocka to perform KARMA.

New Music: DJ LimeLightz: Trick or Treat

Just in time for Halloween, I decided to release one of my recorded practice sessions….Be Sure to check out the Mix.


1.) Magic-Future Feat. T.I.

2.) Im Out Here-Dusty McFly

3.) Round of Applause-Waka Flaka Feat. Drake

4.) Nigg*s In Paris-Kanye West x Jay-z

5.) Lapdance-Tyga

6.) We$tside Rebel-Young Roc Feat. Adubb Da Gawd

7.) Clap-Waka Flaka Feat. Travis Porter

8.) Im Flexin-T.I. Feat Big K.R.I.T

9.) Rich People-Wiz Khalifa

10.) I Luv My B*tches-Rick Ross

New Video: Future – Tony Montana


Checkout a new viral from Finally Famous’ own, EarllyMac and SayItAintTone!



With the release date of “TruREALigion” approaching 11-1-11…Tity Boy continues to go viral to build anticipation! Check out his latest video “Riot”.


Russell Simmons offered to pay for the clean-up of Zuccotti Park and go to jail with protesters if need be, but it looks like that won’t be necessary after all. According to the Office of Mayor BloombergBrookfield Properties’massive cleaning operation has been postponed.

 Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway released an official statement, saying that the cleaning of the park had been postponed, and that Brookfield Properties had rescinded their request for police assistance during the cleaning.

Apparently, Brookfield believes they can reach an agreement with protesters that will benefit both parties. Gothamist reports that, as expected, there were some confrontations with the NYPD after an impromptu and celebratory march was organized.  However, Occupy Wall Street has issued a statement insisting that Bloomberg has asked the police not to remove protesters. So, at the end of week number four, it looks like protesters won’t be getting evicted after all.

A recent poll from Gallup shows that a record number of Americans support the legalization of marijuana. For the first time ever, a record-high 50% of Americans believe marijuana should be legal, an increase over last year’s 46%. Conversely, 46% of Americans still think marijuana use should be illegal.

Gallup notes that when it first inquired about legalizing marijuana way back in 1969, only 12% of Americans were in favor, while 84% were against it. Over the years, those numbers shifted to the point of nearly breaking even.

The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws lists marijuana as the third-most-popular recreational drug in America, trailing only alcohol and tobacco. Both of these are legal, yet restricted. Avid smokerCurren$y retweeted a White House petition posted by High Times Magazine’s Senior Cultivation Editor Danny Danko that called for marijuana to be legalized and regulated in a fashion similar to alcohol.

Some states have decriminalized the use of marijuana, and even though the feds are trying to shut it down, other states have made it legal for medicinal use. A 2010 Gallup survey showed that 70% favored prescribing marijuana to reduce pain and suffering, and note that Americans have traditionally leaned towards medical use rather than casual legalization.

The study also shows that support is related to age, with the 18-29 crowd offering 62% of support while only 31% of people over 65 approve. Liberals are two times more likely than conservatives to favor legalizing marijuana, andDemocrats and independents are more likely to favor it than Republicans. Shocking, right?

With support growing annually to the point that half of Americans support legalizing marijuana today, is it possible that lawmakers may fold and just legalize it? We’ll see, but even if they don’t, people will continue to smoke weed.


Shaped case: 32.4 x 52.5 mm, Thickness 18.6 mm.
Material: 18 ct rose gold. Finish: hand-engraved
“checkerboard” pattern.
Water resistance: 10 m.
Six anti-reflective sapphire crystals. 
Double crown with special tool.
“UNIQUE PIECE / 1909–2009” engraved on the case-back.

For $233,900 this thing better get the hell up and drive me wherever i’m going. Check out more Bugatti inspired time pieces HERE !!!


If you’re not planning on wearing a costume this year for Halloween, you can get in the spirit with a season-appropriate addition to your kicks collection. The Nike Air Max 2011 has seen plenty of colorways since its debut and now we can add a Halloween theme. The upper is made up of black leather with orange accents on the collar, Nike branding, and 360 Air unit. These are available today through select Nike accounts.

Drake‘s long-awaited Take Care already suffered the dreaded album delay, but for good reason. Young Money’s sole Canadian explained there were a few clearance issues, and he wasn’t willing to sacrifice the content of the album. Instead, he chose to push things back and get everything straightened out so people could hear the project how it was meant to be heard.

So Drizzy got a little extra time with his album, which was originally scheduled to be released on his birthday (October 24). He still sounds a little reluctant to stop working on it, but according to Twitter, he’s finally turning it in.Take Care will be out November 15.

Kanye West hasn’t been on Twitter much lately. The last time he used the site was over a month ago, but today he put out a very simple message. Good Music: The Album is coming. He’s been carefully assembling one of the strongest teams in the game. Having them all working on one album? This should be good.

As a celebration of its four flagship spaces (New York, San Francisco, Santa Monica, and Los Angeles) around the U.S., The Hundreds is planning to release some exclusive “Team” snapback hats this week. If you missed the limited “Player” snapback release, you have another chance. The brand is dropping four updated colorways that will show some love to each city’s traditional team colors. Available this Thursday, October 20, you can cop the snapbacks at any of The Hundreds stores.

The Hundreds LA
7909 Rosewood Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 807-1754

The Hundreds SF
585 Post St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 817-9912

The Hundreds NY
96 Grand St.
New York, NY 10013
(646) 558-3114

The Hundreds Santa Monica
416 Broadway St.
Santa Monica, CA

(424) 268-3905

Derrick Rose has a message for all 32 NBA owners: No more Mr. Nice Guy! Although last year’s NBA MVP is, by all accounts, a pretty nice guy off the basketball court, he didn’t have many kind words recently when he was asked about whether the players or owners deserve to be blamed for the NBA lockout. In fact, what he had to say was downright mean.

“It’s sad,” he told ESPN. “It’s very sad. Everybody knows it’s not our fault. It’s definitely not our fault. If it were up to us, we’d be out there playing. But I think that it’s wrong. I think [the owners] can easily take care of it and not take advantage of people. But I guess that’s how people are…[The owners are] not thinking about anything we’re saying. They’re not taking it into consideration, nothing that we’re trying to give them. We’ll just have to see how it goes.”

Damn. Even Derrick Rose is unhappy with the owners? We know some of this is stuff that he has to say as a member of the NBA players association. But if the owners have done enough to the players to get D-Rose pissed off, we’re probably in for a looooooong lockout, folks. Maybe THESE will help make it better?

Spearheaded by billionaire Joshua Harris, a group of investors purchased the Philadelphia 76ers from Comcast-Spectacor for $280 million. Now that the sale has officially been approved by the league, more details have come forth, including the news that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have officially bought stake in the team. Will was born in the Wynnefield community in Philly and attended Overbrook High School.

Apparently, the federal government doesn’t have enough problems. So a few U.S. Senators have taken it upon themselves to try and get Major League Baseball players to stop using chewing tobacco during this year’s World Series. Senators Dick Durbin of Illinois, Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey, and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Senate Health Committee Chairman Tom Harkin of Iowa recently sent a letter to Michael Weiner, the Executive Director of the MLB Players Association, asking him to tell players to stop using chewing tobacco during this year’s World Series between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals.

“When players use smokeless tobacco, they endanger not only their own health, but also the health of millions of children who follow their example,” the letter said. “Unfortunately, as these young fans root for their favorite team and players, they also will watch their on-field heroes use smokeless tobacco products.”

Sounds like a great cause, fellas. And we know that it’s the thought that counts. But, is this really the best use of your time right now? Go fix the budget or something, please.

World famous rap superstar Soulja Boy looked like your average scared 21-year-old  when he stepped in front of the judge in his pot possession case yesterday.

Soulja and four other men were arrested in Temple, GA after cops say they found more than five ounces of weed, $46,000 in cash, and a gun in their SUV.

Soulja — who swears he’s innocent — has been released from custody after posting $10k bond.

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