Posts Tagged ‘Reebok’
A shoe game, fashion and lifestyle video short, presented as a laid back look at Allen I’s coming up in Philly, being a b-baller, relating to fans, keeping it real with himself and his folks and more.
In his own words, Allen Iverson explains the details of the VILLA x Reebok Question Pump “A Day in Philly” including his love for style, Bentley’s, Friday’s and of course the city of Philadelphia.
Shaq-Fu roaming “Brick City” high school hallways with Hip-Hop notable Reggie Noble (aka Redman). Above: Shaquille O’Neal in his new Reebok “Brick City” commercial; the four-time NBA Champion (15-time All-Star) visiting his old high school in Newark (New Jersey, USA) to convey a thoughtful message… eventually making his way round the way to hoop and hang with some fellow Newark natives, Redman included.
“Playing here wasn’t a privilege, it was a dream.” – Shaquille O’Neal
A trip down memory lane. And just because, let’s go further down that block and meet up with Chip Fu (still doing it in the “Paint” himself…see earlier post), Moc Fu, and Poc Fu (after the jump). Can We Rock?
Reebok brings Shaq back to the game… well, the shoe game. In this interview with Swizz Beatz, Shaq talks about his signature shoe from the past, and the new deals, at a vendor event.
Loving the new Rick Ross single “Amsterdam” off his album “God Forgives, I Don’t” (out now). And what’s not to love about this Scarface the-world-is-yours style video featuring Antonique Smith (best known for her portrayal of Faith Evans in the movie “Notorious”). Nice! Here is the link to cop the album from iTunes. Check some behind-the-scenes footage of Rick Ross getting his basketball on below with his Reebok representative…
“After being signed to Rick Ross’s Maybach Music label, being named “Most Street” and one of the top Freshman of 2011 by XXL and having his single “Ima Boss” become a club anthem, it’s safe to say 2011 was a big year for the Philly-raised rapper.” – Reebok
Another in the Reebok X Rock the Bells series highlighting some classic hip hop artists. This one features Prodigy taking about Mobb Deep’s classic album, The Infamous.
1998 seems like only yesterday but yet its been 13 years since Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill LP dropped and she was the hottest thing out. A Lot has chnaged since then but one thing that hasnt changed is that album’s place as a classic. Check Lauryn talking about the LP.