Lingerie Studio uploads a variety of lingerie shows around the world every week. This episode is Etam Paris Lingerie show highlights. Mad props to the cameraman for filming with one hand.
Practice sessions come to a close as the riders lock down the supercross-motocross “dirt-skate-park” course and figure out their runs before the main event. Ryan Sipes successfully joins the ranks as a freerider after escaping a scary wreck while Tyler Bereman toughs out an ankle injury from a wicked first-hit case to send a completely new hit the morning of the comp. From there, it’s up to the judges as the riders take to the course for two 5-minute runs to determine the Red Bull Imagination 2.0 champion.
On the latest One Star Reviews, VICE’s Taji Ameen is again on the mission to get to the bottom of some bad online reviews — this time while getting his body into shape since he is in Miami after all. In order to complete this mission he enlists the services of a local lowly rated personal trainer at Monster Cast Fitness named Gabriel and is quickly sent off on a rollercoaster of physical endurance. Stay tuned to see Taji battle his monster while Gabriel attempts to battle his reviews.
Drag racer Tim Slavens is dubbed “The Wolverine” by his peers for his ferocity on the strip. And his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro is dubbed “The Outlaw” for its intimidating presence on the track and wanting to follow its own rulebook. But at a recent event at Georgia Motorsports Park, it turns out that going aerodynamic might also be part of the muscle car’s agenda.
After following James Cameron’s epic journey to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, we knew Earth’s oceans were deep. But it wasn’t until MetaBallStudios put together this video infographic that illustrates relative depths that we realized just how far down the bottom is… like 7000 feet further than the top of Mt. Everest.
Helmets really are lifesavers. It wasn’t that violent of a crash, but even that hit to the back of the melon without a helmet could have sent him to the hospital. How much worse could that deer’s timing have been?
Producer Just Doug first made a name for himself in Atlanta and the Southeast at large, but now he’s out for world domination with his new single, “Still Paper Chasin.” This hard hitter fuses elements of hip hop, trap, dubstep, and more seamlessly into an unforgettable banger. Founded on some ominous piano chords, the track takes unexpected turns and evolves throughout with big drops and tight drums that’ll have your head banging. We wouldn’t mind hearing a rapper jump on the remix! This is the first time we’ve heard this impressive rising producer, but we’ll def be checking for future drops. Enjoy!
NY artist Canyon has made big waves in a short time, dropping his debut single “Shark Tank” featuring the legendary Raekwon (of the Wu Tang Clan if you’re clueless.) Now he’s back with another New York legend on his second release, Reservations, where the rising emcee holds his own with a juggernaut as they both dive into the hustlers mentality and the precious moments of spending hard earned money with the people closest to you. We chopped it up with Canyon about the new record and more, check out the animated video and the interview below.
After first obtaining the Guinness World Records title for the most Big Mac burgers eaten in a lifetime in 1999, Donald has now bested his record 22 years later, after totaling his new burger-eating count to 32,340 Big Macs.
If You’re like me you’ll watch this about 5 times in a row. The slow-mo darts flying past the slow-mo running child eventually hitting the kid in the back generating a pink mist from the impact is pure internet gold!. This might be one of the greatest action videos we’ve ever seen.
Former International Drug Smuggle David McMillan takes us through the story of his life. From how he got involved with drug smuggling right up to the moment he was caught by Thai police.
Today AD brings you to sunny La Jolla, California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean to tour the art-filled, modernist home of superstar couple Alicia Keys and Kasseem Dean (a.k.a. Swizz Beatz.) A stunning cliffside mansion by architectural designer Wallace E. Cunningham, Kasseem had the multi-level “Razor House” as his phone’s screen saver for 8 years, waiting for a day when the stars would align.
Join EHC Crew for a MetroSports EU graffiti montage. They are always one wrong move away from getting nailed by police or security, but the love for what they do keeps them coming back for more.
In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Young Thug reveals that they in fact recorded the track “Day before” the day before Mac Miller’s death. You can watch the clip of Young Thug speaking about his time with Mac Miller below. You can also listen to their track, “Day Before,” below that. RIP Mac!
From the U.S. to Russia, ARIA, KDDK, and G Herbo join forces to deliver their collaborative track “Broken Wings.” An emotional triumph with cunning lyrical verses and intoxicating soundscapes, this star-studded track just dropped last Friday via Effective Records. Weightless and soulful, this one will earn a place in your regular rotation.
Tyga sends his new Maybach GLS over for a makeover and ends up in full satin silver with a set of RDB Wheels in factory fitment sizing.
Chicago heavyweight Mick Jenkins is back, in a major way. He’s been letting off some videos over the last few months, but the complete album is finally here, and it’s fire. With only a few carefully chosen features, Mick does the heavy lifting himself bringing densely packed lyrics throughout the project. Tee-WaTT and Renzel handle the bulk of the production with a few others in the mix, and the result is a hard hitting front to back album thats among the best 2021 rap releases.
Megan Thee Stallion is a three-time Grammy Award winner, philanthropist, and bonafide spice lover: She’s got her very own hot sauce—the limited-edition Megan Thee Stallion Hottie Sauce—launching at Popeyes on October 19. But how is she with super spicy food? Find out as Hot Girl Meg takes on the wings of death and discusses her love of anime, the time Cardi B brought a 120-pound albino python to set, and the major keys to a great freak anthem.
Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell is apparently retiring after a controversial upstate concert on Saturday that saw him flout his words and make vaguely threatening comments to audiences. The singer has been struggling with health issues for several years and the band has performed a few recent concerts with a backup singer.
A critic once said of DJ Stefano Paz’s work that it was “music that can only be described as angels performing a C-Section on a pregnant shark, but instead of shark babies, it was an atomic bomb made from homemade noises.” While this may seem like an odd description, it’s not inaccurate by any means. Just check out his remix of Lana Del Rey’s “Season of the Witch” and you’ll understand. This fresh remix takes the SOTW to a whole new place, with intergalactic sounds, massive drums, and heavy dubstep and drum-n-bass influence all bound together with unique rhythms you won’t find anywhere else. Enjoy!