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Some visuals recapping Joey Armstrong’s art show at Cukui on Friday April 11, 2014 at CUKUI’s flag ship in San Jose’s Japantown.
In conjunction with Up North Trips and The Smoking Section, Trackstar the DJ provides us with a 2dope mix of Ghostface Killah’s best storytelling moments. – 2Dopeboyz
Juicy J Keeping it COLT45!
Off the Mixtape “The Last Hiphop Disciple”, out soon.
The multi-talented Eric Wareheim is back in the director chair for Tobacco’s new music video for their song “Streaker.” As he proved with his previously directed videos for Major Lazor and Beach House, Wareheim is very, very good at this. After kicking off with a creepy commercial for a fictional massage parlor, things take a turn for the terrifying. If you’re brave enough, watch the video above, but be careful as this one isn’t safe for the workplace. – Hypetrak
Set to premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is “Iverson,” a new documentary focusing on the life and times of Allen Iverson. While not the first documentary of the game-changing star, this latest one looks to capture an exhaustive look at his life, starting with his early upbringing in a poverty-ridden section of Hampton, Virginia, his career on the court, and his life off it. Narrated extensively by Iverson himself, this documentary aims to capture all the highs and lows of Iverson’s life and career. Look for the documentary to get a wider release following its debut later this month. Find out more info here. – Hypebeast
The California teenager who snuck on flew to Hawaii undetected and survived the below zero temperatures. He was not discovered until he stumbled onto the tarmac in a daze an hour after the plane landed. CBS News’ Danielle Nottingham reports. - CBS
Here’s a look at the best 10 dunks of the 2013-2014 NBA season. Highlights of the list include Clipper’s power forward Blake Griffin, who made the list twice at #10 and #5, the buzzer-beater by Tobias Harris of the Orlando Magic and Pacers’ Paul George with his unopposed 360 slam. Taking the honors this year for the top spot was Terrence Ross of the Raptors with his long distance work-around against Nuggets power forward Kenneth Faried. – Hypebeast
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