Anyone that’s been a longtime fan of Nike is pretty familiar with the Swoosh’s “Just Do It” campaign. That’s why we’re pretty sure the latest Air Max 95 colorways arriving soon will be appreciated and fawned over by many.
The “Just Do It” AM95 set utilizes the signature brand tagline on an orange colorway (synonymous with the classic color of Nike sneaker boxes) and a white option that incorporates the popular all-over print. Each shoe also comes with a hang tag for added steez, but these bad boys are honestly swagged out all on their own.
So far no word on when the Nike Air Max 95 “Just Do It” pack will hit shelves, but we’ll keep you posted when it becomes available. Peep more pics of both colorways below:
It's been a minute since we've heard from Minnesota artist, Dom Milli...
Fortunately for us, he's been busy in the lab and he's back with a new banger titled, "Ball Out."
Listen to, "Ball Out," below and check out more music from Dom Milli via SoundCloud
Kris the $pirit is coming into his own. The young, prolific, headstrong rapper is ready to take over the Northern hip-hop scene. After building a name for himself over the past 5 years with beloved hip-hop duo The Posterz, the Montreal-based artist is finally gearing up to release some long-anticipated solo material. He will release his debut album Spirit Mode Vol.1 on May 30th via Make It Rain Records. You can preorder it now on all digital platforms. Today, the rapper unveils the music video for his first single Boy’s Krazy. Directed by Léa Dumoulin, Boy's Krazy is an introspective piece with an hypnotic beat. The video has a strong film aesthetic and features Kris in his element, riding through the city. Its vibe depicts how I feel about my city, isolated, tryna just get out. Get away from that feeling of going crazy, the rapper reflects. The song was co-produced by Kris the $pirit and Rob Mil like all the other ones on the album – except for Death & Rebirth and Fumble Remix, both produced by Jai Nitai Lotus.