Music| Watch the Official Music Video for J. Cole’s “G.O.M.D.”

• One of the most contagious track’s off J.Cole’s recent album 2014 Forest Hill Drive, is undisputedly “G.O.M.D” which Vevo has helped release the official video for. Cole immediately clashes with his peers with this video as he choses a more conscious path opting out of debuting a superficial visuals viewed in the past. The Lawrence Lamont directed video depicts a slave building an uprising during colonial times. Continue reading Music| Watch the Official Music Video for J. Cole’s “G.O.M.D.”

Music| Listen to Woodkid’s “Never Let You Down” featuring Lykke Li

• The soundtrack for new cinema hit Insurgent continues to grow with great collaborations and productions. Today for the first time we hear Lykke Li and Woodkid’s newly released track “Never Let You Down.” The sombre, slow-burning track’s sparse piano arrangements let the Swedish pop singer’s haunting vocals and French singer-songwriter Woodkid’s full-bodied tenor take center stage. The soundtrack drops on March 17 via Interscope, and is now available for purchase on iTunes. Enjoy Below!

Music| New Music & Video by SupaKali & Kushton Dior

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• #LittBoyzWorldWide Atlanta natives Supa Kali and Kushton Dior resurrect a collection of musical masterpieces on a short listed EP titled “Just Because”. This collaborated mix was designed to help fans manage until a album was ready, but the response showed a necessity to make more of this EP. The tracklist consisted of tracks like “44” produced by .614kg and “Touch the Sky” produced by Jordeaux. The one featured today was the cover music for what seems to be the duo’s first short film musical associated with the EP. “Thot Life”, which was produced by Cool Kennedy, was the track chosen for the first half of the short film. This first visual is a narrative clip of two ATLiens “Gunther and Scotty P” who start off a mundane Friday with a regular routine. Scotty P visits the local corner store to start his LITT wave for the day while Gunther is stuck doing laundry. The Supa Kali written and directed visual gives just enough to have you asking for more.

  “Gunther and Scotty P” go throughout this friday night in parallel mission theres always that one thing that will bring complete strangers together. -SupaKali

ENJOY THE VISUAL BELOW & VISIT IAMSUPAKALI.COM TO DOWNLOAD THE EP

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Fashion| Salvatore Ferragamo presents ‘A Man’s Story’ feat. A$AP Rocky & More

•  Salvatore Ferragamo is a renown Italian fashion house who is presenting A Man’s Story, which is a new project between the brand, led by creative director Massimiliano Giornetti, and photographer Francesco Carrozzini. This visual is a dedication piece which pays homage to a then 16-year-old Salvatore Ferragamo, who in 1914 emigrated from southern Italy to Boston, where he eventually moved to California and created his revered footwear brand.

100 years on, the house of Ferragamo has launched A Man’s Story, an intimate look at a series of stories from a wide group of contemporary men. The series includes A$AP Rocky, photographer Ryan McGinley, actor Douglas Booth, and New York Rangers player Henrik Lundqvist among others. A Man’s Story showcases the stories of these men alongside Ferragamo’s Spring 2015 collection. Preview the teaser video with A$AP Rocky below, and head to Ferragamo.com to see more.

Music| Listen to Stromae ft. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip & HAIM “Meltdown”

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• One of the most popular movies in the last ten years has to be ‘The Hunger Games’ series. With high anxiety building for the next upcoming release titled ” The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1″ there have been releases of the soundtrack for this video. Of them is the most recent release from Belgium artist Stromae, with a list of talented features including Lorde, Q-Tip, Pusha T and HAIM. This collaboration of genres and styles seems unreasonable but the result surmounts all expectations. Enjoy “Meltdown” above and take a listen to Stromae’s “Merci” below!

Fashion| Seafolly x Panama Collaboration Film

• Even though we are no longer in the season for basking in the sun and taking a quick swim, Australian brand Seafolly still feels there is sunshine somewhere, So Enjoy It In Style. Australian swimwear brand Seafolly holds to the memory of the 2014 summer by collaborating on a music video with Australian artists, Panama. In a brand first, CEO Anthony Halas chose to launch the Seafolly summer collection in an original, distinctive format showcasing international ambassador Martha Hunt in a music clip directed by Daniel Askill.

The music video for Panama’s new single “Stay Forever” follows Martha Hunt and a number of girls living in colder climates who are suddenly drawn to water and the irresistible Australian summer. The girls make a magical underwater migration to a secluded Australian beach paradise where they relish in the sun of the soft, white sand.

We are giving our vote of confidence to any brand that has the guts and skill to launch a new product the way Seafolly is doing it.

Fashion| Watch Felix Piechotta in Boot Brand Palladium’s “Explorer” Series

• Upcoming footwear brand Palladium has started and continues their “Explorer” series of videos with Hamburg club owner Felix Piechotta. Founder and operator of Kleiner Donner (“Little Thunder”), Piechotta realized his personal vision of a small, intimate location capable of functioning without having to chase after the latest trends in the basement of the former Kulturhaus 73. As the only club in Hamburg’s Schulterblatt district with a capacity of no more than 200 people, the 27-year-old is able to make unconventional bookings and to play whatever music appeals to him and his guests.

In the video, the club operator takes us from the Old Elbe Tunnel, via the historic flak bunker in the Feldstrasse and through to the Schulterblatt itself, showing his love for a part of town that is unpretentious and far removed from the traditional notion of a romantic port as the city itself and those who live there. Check it out above and see the rest of the “Explorer” series featuring Pharrell Williams, Johnny Knoxville, Eliza Doolittle and more at PalladiumBoots.com. Enjoy The Video below!

Music| Watch The Official Music Video “You” by Slim Dollars

• Harlem born and influenced rapper Slim Dollars is the man behind the making of #LITTFEST an event we covered this past Sunday. To hold our readers over til our official re-cap is released we present the official visual to a renown track in 2014 dubbed “You”. This calm track was one of the many hits from his latest mixtape “Underground Jesus” set to release soon. This mixtape featured many names like Smoke DZA, Maffew Ragazino, Perrion and more. This collection also recieved production from Best Kept Secret, Lavish, Sean C and more. The visual captain for this release was Justinian Films who chose amazing New York rooftop scenes and alleyways to tell the uplifting story designed by Slim.

Watch The “Sway In The Morning Interview w/ @Perryillest @NittyScottMC @Dave_East & @SlimDollars & Enjoy More of Slim Dollars Music Below.

Make Sure You Follow @SlimDollars and Visit Slim’s Site

Lifestyle| Watch Derek Jeter’s New Gatorade Commercial “Made in New York”

• With the ending of the Major League Baseball regular season approaching, the New York Yankees find themselves on the outside looking in when it comes to postseason play, and the conclusion of Derek Jeter’s tremendous career draws ever closer. This recent commercial for Gatorade shows the Yankee captain taking a stroll through the Bronx as Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” sets the tone for the both the somber and uplifting ad. Jeter’s final regular season game is on September 28 at Fenway Park in Boston. Enjoy The Clip Below!

Music | Watch Beyoncé and Jay Z in ‘Bang Bang’ Part 1

• Following the final concert of their joint “On the Run” tour in Paris on Saturday night, Beyoncé and Jay Z release part one of Bang Bang, a trilogy directed by New York-based filmmaker and photographer Dikayl Rimmasch. The short films star the power couple’s filmic alter egos, which appeared throughout their two-and-a-half month tour. With an aesthetic inspired by French New Wave, part one sees two American outlaws speed through the Californian desert in a Pontiac GTO from the ’60s.