Comic actor Jim Belushi, who became famous for his TV, film and stage appearances, may have found a role he was born to play. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Belushi about pursuing his agricultural passion on his Oregon cannabis farm, and about the western wildfires that came close to burning it to the ground.
For anybody, looking back at your fashion choices from the past can be an uncomfortable, but nostalgic experience. A$AP Rocky’s personal style has gone through many stages of evolution since the start of his career. From his Pyrex Vision days (now Off-White) to his Dior outfits, A$AP Rocky reviews his most iconic looks from 2012 to 2019.
Chicago rapper Henry Arts is happy to be alive. After surviving a brush with death in the form of fentanyl laced pills, he’s back with a strong message in “Revival.” The young artist brings serious content to melodic rap as he tells his story and explores the pitfalls of addiction through a raw and authentic lens that a lot of people in our generation can relate to. We’re glad Henry Arts is still here to share his experience through dope music. RIP to all the legendary artists we’ve lost in the modern Opioid/Fentanyl epidemic, if you’re struggling with addiction, get help!
On Lyrics to GO Vol. 2 by KOTA The Friend he opens the alum with songs, “Clinton Hill” and “Luke Cage,” that both feature distinctly rose-colored and nostalgic mixes with vintage keys and classic percussion tracks. Both tracks sport verses from KOTA reminiscing while striving to stay true to himself.
Without a doubt – MANSORY is the epitome of luxury car refinement since more than 30th years now. And with the “MANSORY Venatus EVO”, based on the off-road sports car Urus from the Italian sports car manufacturer Lamborghini, the company based in Bavarian is once again recommended as the first address for sporting accessories, exciting body design and complete vehicle conversions.
This footage shows individuals with bags stuffed with C$20 and C$50 bills going into casinos in Canada, and trading in the cash for casino chips as a way to make their money appear more legitimate in the eyes of the law.
Welcome back to Daily Aviation for a new documentary video about the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, one of the few aircraft in the world equipped with thrust vectoring. Footage Credit: US Air Force, US Marines
To celebrate the launch of the Sony PS5, XDubai athletes Matt Munting and Nicholas Scalabrino performed a spectacular nighttime jump off of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, currently the world’s tallest building. Their jump started an insane 1,921 feet off the ground and took them between the Address Sky View’s towers.
Dave is one of few people who actually took the time to find themselves and become enlightened. “If you look at life thru the Frame of money, you’ll miss the picture “ -Dave Chapelle on JRE, The Joe Rogan Experience.
What did you do during quarantine? This B.A.S.E. jumper climbed a bridge in Germany without a rope. The rivets actually made for reliable toeholds but this ascent was anything but safe. Sketch.
Ryan Sheckler reflects on his evolving relationship with money, including earning his first $100K before he could drive and “wasting” more than $1M with material things.
DUCKWRTH captures those early quarantine days of longing with a bit of a sci-fi twist in the video for his SuperGood single “Kiss U Right Now.” This video features the singer/rapper playing the role of a super cautious bachelor trying to make it through the pandemic.
The trailer for the long-awaited “Venom” sequel is finally here — and so is the new villain Carnage. Viewers get a sneak peek at the red symbiote character from the comics, who was briefly introduced at the end of the first “Venom” film, released in 2018.
VICE’s Dee and Taji visit a hypnotist to see if hypnotherapy can help them quit weed for good. I tried this once and it really worked… it changed my life for like two hours.
R&B artist Brent Faiyaz had a breakout year in 2020 with the release of his critically acclaimed EP, Fuck The World, and so far, 2021 is looking like it will take that recognition to the next level. This new track, “Circles”, is spellbinding. Faiyaz takes some pitched distortion to his vocals for an eerie twist to this spell, while New York based band, Purr, plays a dreamy outro.
Learn how it’s founder Nigo found his love for fashion through the world of rap, met other influential designers like Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment and Jun Takahashi of Undercover, the start of his store Nowhere, teaming up with SK8THING to launch A Bathing Bape (better known as Bape), and his friendship with Pharrell Williams. We’ll also take a look at some of the most famous Bape collabs (including Supreme, KAWS, and Disney), working with Kanye West, his decision to leave Bape, the launch of his new label Human Made, and much more. This is the history of Bape.
A house made of concrete inspired by Brazilian modernism, Mosman House designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects and built by County Construction stretches out across its coastal site in Sydney, capturing views of the water and of the landscape design by Dangar Barin Smith. A series of landscaped terraces through the site are experienced before one comes to the home, and as a house made of concrete, this emphasis on the landscape provides an important natural balance and juxtaposition to the strength of the building.
Fresh off the heels of his Scorched Earth EP, Buku makes his way back to WAKAAN for “Right Here,” the lead single from his forthcoming EP. Extraterrestrial entities breathe four minutes of life into the wobbly, hypnotic cosmos. Starting with an eerie introduction, the single takes listeners on a sonically bass filled ride. With punishing drops and thunderous techno kick drums, “Right Here” pulls from Buku’s past musical influences for an explosive musical journey.
In just three years, Wrigley has transformed Parallel into a new kind of cannabis company. On a mission to build the first mainstream marijuana brand, he has stacked his management with executives and advisors from some of the largest and best-known corporations in the world—including Coca-Cola, Walgreens and Patrón Spirits. Wrigley believes his cannabis concern could one day rival his family’s chewing gum business, which he sold to Mars, Inc. for $23 billion in 2008.
Rapper Ab-Salam is here with a brand new song and video, “D.R.E.A.M.” On this modern parody of the Wu Tang Clan classic, Ab is living in a world ruled by data, which is the new cash in our futuristic world of cryptocurrencies and information mining. With impeccable delivery, Ab Salam monotonously drops rhymes about the harsh realities (and a few of the flexes) that come with a life in data analysis. The hilarious video is at the intersection of hip hop and the 2000’s comedy Office Space, as Salam puts in long days and late nights in the office entirely unappreciated by his corporate counterparts. Get the alpha data insights y’all!