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Caribbean Cruising – Haiti & Jamaica | Royal Caribbean

It’s not often that you can claim to have woken up in a different country four days in a row but that’s exactly what happened when Adam and I took to the seas and embarked on our first full length cruise, courtesy of Royal Caribbean. A quick plane ride (please note the sarcasm as this plane […]

Audi RS7 Concept Car

posted by on 27/07/2010

I don’t drive, I just don’t find it necessary in London with all the congestion charge and insane insurance fees. I’d rather spend my money elsewhere. However seeing cars like these, makes me want to drive! The Audi RS7 is a design study of a sports car that has clearly taken inspiration from previous Audi models such as the R8 and even styling cues from the trademark Lamborghini scissor doors. It’s reminds me of the concept car from the iRobot movie! More photos after the cut.

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Kid Cudi shuts down BAPE Store NYC with REVOFEV

posted by on 27/07/2010

This is dope. Whoever produced this video for VEVO, I take my hats off to him/her as it’s so well shot and edited. Kid Cudi gives us an insight to his return to the BAPE store in New York for an intimate performance to his beloved NYC fans. Cudi speaks of his past life before the record deal and his 9-5 employee at BAPE before he performs a REVOFEV at the store. Video after the cut.

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Thai Matic – Let Me Land Mixtape

posted by on 27/07/2010

Thai matic and TheWhorington proudly presents Thai Matic’s mixtape ‘Let Me Land’. This is the third mixtape from the  Ghana-born UK rapper, entrepreneur and graphic designer. The title itself is a statement about finishing what one hs started and Thai intends to do exactly that with this mixtape. It features a blend of personal, introspective tracks alongside club bangers and street anthems. Peep the full mixtape after the cut and a link to download it,

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43. Buckingham Palace | LDN.365

posted by on 27/07/2010

God save the Queen. Buckingham Palace, the home of her royal majesty, I’m sure she lives a pretty cozy and easy life inside there. One day, I’ll marry into the royal family and spice them up with my Indian blood, only right after the British Empire ruling my motherland. Maybe I can steal back the Kohinoor diamond in the process. Now if I don’t post tomorrow then you know I’ve been deported. Haha.

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Suffoca Summer 2010 Collection

posted by on 27/07/2010

Meet Suffoca, an artist driven brand focusing on hand-drawn illustrations rather than bold graphic print using helvetica *sigh*. This is the type of graphic tees I’d personally rock and give props to as they’re not something I can recreate. You can see Boyce has a strong eye for detail within his illustration and a presentation of work – the lookbook is dope! the photography and his artwork combine well together. The collection features an array of t-shirts, hoodies and crewneck sweatshirts. All of these are in pastel colours on backgrounds of white, black and pale grey. More after the cut.

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Entourage S07E04 – Tequila

posted by on 26/07/2010

There is no better way to start the week off other than with a fresh new episode of Entourage. You know what the best part is? Dania Ramirez gets a bigger part in this episode, she’s a beautiful brown skinned female. *drools* This episode Ari heads into a few problems, Drama tries to find a co-star and Turtle heads off to Meh-ico with Dania’s character Alex. Strictly for business, episode after cut.

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Topman LTD 2010 Fall/Winter “Equestrian” Lookbook

posted by on 26/07/2010

Olive, khaki, red and blue. waxed cotton and canvas. All of which are predicted to be in this coming fall season and you see why from this new collection Topman‘s LTD range. The collection plays with layering with patterns and patches, the horse-riding inspired pieces focuses on creative tailoring using warm and earthy tones. The line features quilted sweaters, jackets, corduroy, chino pants as well as some nice accessories; this line is now available in stores and online from Topman.

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The Classic G-Shock Review

posted by on 26/07/2010

I’ve been wearing G-Shocks for almost 10 years now, it’s one of those time pieces that people of all ages rock. I know a lot of people may dismiss the iconic Casio watch for a cheap tacky solid plastic but they’re foolish and clearly don’t know enough about the brand. Since the launch of G-Shock in 1983 over 60 million of the watches have been sold in over 100 different countries. I’ll be reviewing the DW-6900 model, more on the flipside.

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Kanye's KanyeUniverseCity Blog Gets Revamped

posted by on 26/07/2010

Call it the year of the Kanye because he has been doing it all everything from his music to redesigning his sites. A while back Ye announced that KanyeUniverseCity would no longer be the site he’ll being using and the new site would be KanyeWest.com and it would be his official blog. On Feburary 24th, Ye’s new site was up and running with the infamous photo Amber Roses re-enactment of Grace Jones 1986 shoot by Jean-Paul Goude and the premiere of  “Coldest Winter“. More after cut.

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Matisyahu: The Jewish Rasta!

posted by on 26/07/2010

Matisyahu is a 30yr old Jewish Reggae musician from Brooklyn; I was just introduced to this guys work today and I wasn’t sure whether to be ashamed that I had no clue who he was but truth be told I was definitely missing out! I was literally gob smacked when I saw this, a Jewish man not only making really good Raggae music but performing it in a Jamaican accent. Matisyahu is multi-talented as his music includes elements of hip-hop, reggae and beat boxing- his mouth is like a machine. I’ve been watching him perform live on youtube and his gigs look awesome hes got a considerable amount of charisma and his music is quite uplifting; it is hard to process how he speaks with a pretty standard American accent but then switches it up to a strong Jamaican accent.

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