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New Music: Wale “Festivus”


New mixtape from Wale. For those whose been patiently waiting for the ALBUM ABOUT NOTHING this a great appetizer. If the album is anything like this mixtape than the rest of the hip hop world sure need to step their game up.

download Wale-Festivus

Mixtape Tracks

  • 1.Intro Stroke of Genius (Prod. by Lee Majorz)
  • 2.Blood Money 3.5 ft. A$AP Ferg (Prod. by Marce Reazon)
  • 3.Loyalty ft. Wale Dew Baby & Fat Trel (Prod. by Flexx Beats of Band Kampp)
  • 4.Girls on Drugs (Prod. by No Credit)
  • 5.Tonight (Suite 331) ft. Dino Bam & Sauce of BYB (Prod. by Tone P)
  • 6.The Deep End ft. Pusha T (Prod. by Tone P)
  • 7.Keep it Moving (Freestyle) ft. Ab-Soul and Magazeen (Prod. by THC)
  • 8.Friendship Heights ft. Chance the Rapper (Prod. by Omega and Raak)
  • 9.Chess (Prod. by Best Kept Secret)
  • 10.Ab Icee Juggin ft. Wale and Wax (Prod. by Ayydot)
  • 11.Outro Narcissis-her x Spaceship (Freestyle) (Prod. by Reggie Volume and Pro Ree
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Release Reminder: Nike Trainers III 1/1

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The Nike Air Trainer 3 Premium Men’s Shoe features a perforated leather upper and Max Air heel unit for ventilated comfort and lightweight shock absorption. An adjustable forefoot strap offers the stability and custom fit of the original cross trainer.


  • Leather upper with perforations provides a premium fit and enhanced breathability


  • Forefoot strap delivers stability and custom lockdown


  • PU midsole with Max Air unit in the heel delivers lightweight cushioning


  • Rubber outsole offers traction and durability
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Release Reminder: NIKE AIR MAX 1 ULTRA MOIRE 1/1

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Nike’s revolutionary Air-Sole unit made its way into Nike footwear in the late ’70s. In 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 debuted with visible air in its heel, allowing fans more than just the feel of Air-Sole comfort— suddenly they could see it. Since then, next-generation Nike Air Max shoes have become a hit with athletes and collectors by offering striking color combinations and reliable, lightweight cushioning.

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PLAYLIST: Our favorite songs of 2014

With 2014 coming to an end, we’re starting to reflect on some of our favorite things of 2014. A lot of great projects were released in 2014 from newcomers and veterans alike. Below are some of our favorite songs released in the past year.

YG f/ Drake – “Who Do You Love”

K Camp – “Money Baby”

Que – “OG Bobby Johnson”

TI f/ Young Thug “About the Money”

Rae Shremmurd – “No Type”

Bobby Shmurda “Hot Boy”

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Legend in the Making

KAYCIBLU, The only thing more unique than her name, is the 10-year-old herself. When most 10 year olds are worried about their favorite shows or new smart phone/tablet, she has a 10 year plan. “Somewhere being an entertainer, that’s what I’m working on”. She was very confidante in her answer, with no hesitation. With determination like that I asked her how you started rapping. “Well I was over a friend house and we were looking on youtube watching girls rap and dancing all over her house, Then I went home and told my dad and big brother that I wanted to rap. They said ok, So then they called my cousin Shawn from New York and He Wrote Me A Verse and sent it to my mom, I looked it over a few times and said it. Everyone in my house was like ohhh do it again. So I kept rapping. And now I’m a rapper. It takes a lot of hard work to make it in music, who are some artist you look up to? “Jay Z, because he like old school and new school. He has swag, I look up to Nicki Minaj, I like how she raps really fast, But sometime I miss the words because I have to listen to the clean version”. What is the best thing about being a rapper? “When I step in front of the crowed it’s all eyes on me, I like that people enjoy my songs and be trunt up with me (She LAughhhh) that’s fresh”. Tell me about performing during The No Kids Left Behind School Tour? “That was fresh, it was Myself, Young Swag and Dj Zay, We went around to a lot of schooling Rhode Island and put on a big show, We had a blast, Them my big Bros right there”. What are you thinking when you perform? I be just thinking I want everybody to turn up, party and have fun. How was performing with and meeting big names such as Big Sean and Troy Ave? Well I met Troy Ave at a meet and greet in providence. I went there and people was like she rap and Troy Ave was like let me Here you rap. So I did and everybody was like ohhh she’s dope. I met Big Sean at Providence College, He was nice. He told me to keep up the good work. My little Brother was asking why they call him Big Sean, And Kenzo (her little brother) was calling him little Sean But I had a blast, I performed before Big Sean, everyone was coming up to me like oh you was dope, fresh and I was all excited, Then Big Sean came in the room and people went crazy, I said to myself ok I have a lot of work to do he is really famous” (she laughs).


What do you like doing when you’re not being the rapper Kayciblu? “I like to Play Play Play, I walk my dog zoey, me and my little brother Kenzo always in trouble for playing too much” (she laughs). Do you enjoy School? “YES! School is fun, I go to School with a lot of cool kids, and the teachers are nice too”. The more popular you get the more attention the other kids might give you, do you like the attention you’re already receiving? “Yes, but my family tells me that it comes from working hard, So I keep working hard every day”. Tell me about the upcoming mixtape? I just have songs we put out for fans to listen to and video on Youtube. But I do a lot of live shows.



These are some tracks from KAYCIBLU

You can follow KAYCIBLU:
Instagram- @kayciblu
Facebook – Kayciblu Wright
Youtube – Kayciblu Wright

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Release Reminder: Jordan Melo M11″Jordan Family”

Carmelo Anthony has always been one of Jordan Brand’s shining stars. Now playing for the New York Knicks, Carmelo Anthony wanted Jordan Brand to make him a colorway in his shoes that payed homage to the Jordan colors, black and red. The Jordan Melo M11 features Jordan Brand’s latest technology Flightplate which is a moderator plate placed directly over the forefoot Nike Zoom unit to create a larger sweet spot and ample cushioning.

Below are a few pictures of the Jordan Melo M11 “Jordan Family”

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TTO Podcast: Flanny & The Professor Episode 12

On the last episode of the TTO Podcast they have two special guests. Sorry4TheBlog’s own JuicyAnnie and friend Melanie come to The “Batcave” for a fun episode. They talk about “Dating Down,” Cuffing Season guidelines, dealing with a man obsessed with sports, and whether the women on the episode would date a professional athlete.

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Release Reminder: Air Jordan 1 “CP3” + “Melo” PE

Air Jordan 1 has always slowly become a fashion staple through the past few years. Transcending basketball, skate, and simply street fashion, the Air Jordan 1 is a great to shoe to have in your sneaker collection. On Saturday December 2oth, Jordan Brand will be playing homage to two of their signature athletes releasing player exclusive colors for Chris Paul “CP3” and Carmelo “Melo”  Anthony. Both pairs will be available in Men’s sizes at all Expressions locations.

Below are pictures of the Air Jordan 1 “CP3” and Air Jordan 1 “Melo” PE.

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Below are the list of locations by state where these shoes will be available


#3 – 229 Grand Ave New Haven,CT 06513 ph: 203-785-9180

#14 – 73 Wm Shorty Campbell Hartford, CT 06106 ph: 860-953-3338

#25 – 1869 Dixwell Ave Hamden,CT 06514 ph: 203-281-4545


#5 – 576 Mass Ave Cambridge,MA 02139 ph: 617-491-0933

#6 – 634 American Legion Highway Roslindale,MA 02131 ph: 617-522-3314

#7 – 315 Centre St Jamaica Plains,MA 02130 ph: 617-522-1923

#9 – 1005 Kings Hwy New Bedford,MA 02740 ph: 508-985-9706

#10 – 1331 Liberty St Springfield,MA 01109 ph: 413-263-6601

#11 – 220 Border St East Boston, MA 02228 ph: 617-569-5580

#12 – 1136 Union St W.Springfield, MA 01089 ph: 413-205-2194

#13 – 168 Providence Highway Dedham, MA 02026 ph: 781-326-1502

#15 – 486 Washington St Boston,MA 02111 ph: 617-423-7111

#16 – 490 Lincoln St Worcester,MA 01605 ph: 508-595-9058

#18 – 1630 Blue Hills Ave Mattapan, MA 02126 ph: 617-296-1400

#20 – 287 Washington St Attleboro, MA 02760 ph: 508-399-8885

#22 – 1067 Boston Road Springfield,MA 01119 ph: 413-782-6300

#23 – 942 Hyde Park, MA 02136 ph: 617-333-9455

#26 – 1089 Revere Beach PKY Chelsea, MA 02150 ph: 617-884-0046

#27 – 330 Martin Luther King Blvd Roxbury,MA 02119 ph: 617-708-1937

#28 – West Gate Mall / 200 West Gate Drive Brockton,MA 02301 ph: 781-857-2212

#29 – South Shore Plaza / 250 Granite St Braintree, MA 02184 ph: 781-849-2072

#30 – 81 Coggeshall Street New Bedford,MA 02744 ph: 774-202-3402

#31 – 11 Tobais Boland Way Worcester,MA 01617 ph: 508-755-3817

Rhode Island

#1 – 537 Broad St Providence, RI 02907 ph: 401-276-4292

#2 – 50 Ann Mary St Pawtucket, RI 02860 ph: 401-722-5159

#4 – 260 Garfield Ave Cranston,RI 02920 ph: 401-275-5540

#8 – 47 Eagle St Providence,RI 02909 ph: 401-351-1697

#17 – 650 Branch Ave Providence,RI 02909 ph: 401-274-4008