Fashion + Music

Jaden Smith’s “Goku”

Multitalented visionary JADEN SMITH unleashes a brand new single entitled “GOKU” today.

Get it HERE!

Over a barrage of unpredictable electronic production, JADENS flow transitions from hyper-charged verses into the hypnotic and hard-hitting hook, “I feel like I’m GOKU. Named after the hero of Dragonball-Z, the track veers in and out of thick percussion before storming towards this anthemic chant. This brash and bold banger moves at the frenetic breakneck pace of the anime with which it shares its name. If you close your eyes and listen, it’s as cinematic as it is catchy. It’s the perfect follow up to Jaden’s club banger, “GHOST”.

Conan Gray “Generation Why”

Today, buzzing 19-year-old bedroom pop singer-songwriter Conan Gray shares his new single and music video for “Generation Why” via new partnership with Republic Records.  Listen HERE.  Watch HERE.

Backed by sweeping electronic-tinged production, Gray serves up a millennial call-to-arms swathed in hashtaggable double entendre and clever hooks. The music video translates this lyrical vision to life with a visual narrative befitting of his expansive vision.

Conan instantly SOLD OUT his debut headline tour, kicking off October 28 Houston, TX before rolling through major markets coast-to-coast and closing out on November 20 in New York, NY. Check out the full itinerary below.

Additionally, he will unveil his debut Sunset Season EP later this Fall.

Armed with nothing more than Garageband and a cheap microphone taped to a lamp, Conan Gray rose out of the small-town community of Georgetown, TX to widespread fan praise in 2017.  An ode to his humble beginnings, Conan’s debut single “Idle Town” clocked 10 million-plus YouTube views and 13 million-plus Spotify streams in under a year as he earned acclaim with a massive online following, and landed a deal with Republic Records. Joining forces with producer Dan Nigro [Carly Rae Jepsen, Sky Ferreira], he crafted the Sunset Season EP introduced by undeniable lead single “Generation Why.”

Her Returns With “Neighborhood”

Today, Her unveils the live video for “Neighborhood” filmed at Studio La Fabrique in Paris—watch and share HERE! The video, directed by Rodrigue Huart, is part of the upcoming film “Are You Still Here” set for release this November.

“Neighborhood” is taken from Her’s critically-acclaimed, self-titled debut album released earlier this year, which also features the band’s hit tracks, “We Choose,” “On & On” (feat. AnnenMayKantereit & Roméo Elvis) and “Icarus.” Listen to Her here.

While still in school, the half-German Victor Solf and the French Simon Carpentier met in 2007, bonded like long lost brothers, started making music together equally informed by old school soul a la Otis Redding and post-Yeezus hip-hop and formed Her in 2015. Success followed as the breakout “Five Minutes” soundtracked Apple’s “Shot on iPhone” campaign and eventually generated over 12 million Spotify streams. The duo released a pair of EPs Her Tape #1 and Her Tape #2, spawning fan favorites such as “Quite Like,” “Union,” “Her” and amassing over 20 million cumulative Spotify streams. Merging artfully seductive and provocative visuals and dreamy newer wave pop with a jazz undercurrent, the boys crisscrossed the globe in support of the EPs, including making waves stateside. In the middle of it all, unbeknownst to anyone but those closest to him, Simon lost a long, quiet and arduous battle with cancer in August 2017. With his friend’s spirit always close by, Victor worked on what would become the duo’s 2018 major label full-length debut, Her [Republic Records].

Reebok x Bronze 56k

Founded in 2012 by Peter Sidlauskas and Patrick Murray, Bronze 56k is a post-modern success story. As their lo-fi videos brought notoriety and internet fame to the skate crew from Queens, New York, the subversive nature of their telegenic presence added to a genuine sense of corporate intrigue. Today, Bronze 56k is best known for their unique blend of branded hardware and irreverent wardrobe staples.

First released in 1985, the Club C started life as a pro-level tennis trainer before eventually reaching ‘living legend’ status within the Reebok stable.

Emphasizing the Club C’s sports heritage vibes, the foundation of Bronze 56k’s design is the use of premium white leather. Terry cloth is another period-correct tennis touch, with the navy- toned fabric wrapping the ankles for luxurious comfort and enhanced sweat protection. Oversized tongue patches are a nod to Bronze 56k’s 90s-inspired tech aesthetic, while the Reebok ‘Union Jack’ logo looks right at home splashed across the Club C’s flanks. Custom drawstring bags are an added bonus.

The Bronze 56k x Reebok Club C will be available for $120 at www.reebok.comwww.bronze56k.com, and select retailers globally.

BOY SMELLS

Sensuous, accessible and bright, Boy Smells products elevate your intimate world.

Packaged in pink and conceived beyond the gender binary, Boy Smells candles and intimate apparel make loving your identity a daily ritual.

 

In 2015, Boy Smells began as an experiment in candle-making in the Los Angeles kitchen of co-founders and real-life partners Matthew Herman and David Kien. Herman and Kien– both fashion veterans who worked in design (Herman) and product development (Kien)– began by making the things they’d want to use on a daily basis, products that were fluid and essential.

 

“We wanted to have products that were embracing masculine and feminine simultaneously in a simple and straightforward way that wasn’t overtly targeted to one gender,” the founders say. “It’s a permission to harness your power from wherever you want it.”

 

Founder-invented scents like Cinderose, a union of rose and smoke, and Gardener, a compilation of tomato vine and honeysuckle, wrap traditionally masculine scents in a prettier bouquet. Burn up expectations, release clear intentions.

 

Boy Smells candles are all developed and mixed in the founders’ home in Los Angeles with essential oils, all-natural coconut and beeswax. The candles hand-poured in a reusable glass vessel, and hand-labeled in Los Angeles, California.

 

In 2018, Boy Smells launched Boy Smells, Unmentionables their first collection of intimate apparel, a new direction in the brand’s study of closeness. Made for all genders and all sizes, Boy Smells light jersey underwear are made in Peru from luxurious Pima Cotton, and dyed with an eco-friendly process to a palette of neo-natural colors that are skin-tone adjacent and inclusive.

 

Beginning in 2019, Boy Smells will branch into apothecary, introducing a set of new products that make daily habits therapeutic and self-affirming.

 

Currently carried in over 200 retail locations worldwide, with 16 original scents, votive sets, and 9 Unmentionables styles.

Spotify & Live Nation Urban

Spotify and Live Nation Urban announce new dates for their successful RapCaviar concert series in Toronto, ON and Dallas, TX. The announcement comes on the heels of a massively successful show in Brooklyn, NY with Chance the Rapper headlining. Juice Wrld is signed on to headline the upcoming Toronto, ON show on October 29th at Rebel with Boi-1da to support and more to be announced. 21 Savage to headline the Dallas, TX show on November 29th at Southside Ballroom with Young Nudy to support and more to be announced.

Following the launch of RapCaviar Live in 2017, Spotify continues to showcase some of today’s hottest rappers to their biggest fans around the country. Produced in partnership with Live Nation Urban, RapCaviar Live is inspired by Spotifyߣs highly influential flagship hip hop playlist, RapCaviar, which encompasses a collection of fresh hip hop tracks and has since become one of Spotify’s biggest playlists with over 10 million followers.

Since its inception in August 2017 with a kickoff show in Atlanta headlined by Gucci Mane, RapCaviar Live has made stops in Toronto, Chicago, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New York, and Houston. Previous artists on the tour include Chance the Rapper, Tierra Whack, Sheck Wes, Migos, Cardi B, Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, A$AP Mob, Dipset, Lilߣ Pump, Playboi Carti, Mike WiLL Made-It and more.

Pre-sale tickets will be available to Spotify fans through the Spotify Fans First pre-sale and through Live Nation TODAY. General on-sale tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.com on Friday, October 5th at 10am local time.

For more on RapCaviar, check out the playlist here and official Instagram here.

RapCaviar Live Toronto

Date: October 29

Location: Rebel in Toronto, ON

Lineup: Juice Wrld & Boi-1da

Purchase Tickets HERE

RapCaviar Live Dallas

Date: November 2 th

Location: Southside Ballroom in Dallas, TX

Lineup: 21 Savage & Young Nudy

Purchase Tickets HERE

Logic

LOGIC RELEASES NEW TRACK “EVERYBODY DIES”

LISTEN HERE.


Multi-Platinum, Grammy Nominated artist Logicamong the top streaming artists in the world with billions of streams to date – burst onto the music scene through a series of mixtapes that led to a significant, rabid underground fan base. His tapes – Young, Broke, and Infamous; Young Sinatra; Young Sinatra: Undeniable; Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever, – garnered millions of downloads and streams, jumpstarting a worldwide tour all before signing a record deal with Def Jam Recordings in 2014. Since then Logic, has not slowed down dropping his debut album Under Pressure in 2014, following by The Incredible True Story in 2015, the first installation of the Bobby Tarantino mixtape in 2016, his third album Everybody in 2017 and most recently Bobby Tarantino II. The surprise release came fresh after his show-stopping Grammy Awards® performance of the 4x-platinum “1-800-273-9255″ (National Suicide Preven­tion Lifeline) featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid. Logic most recently performed “One Day” with Ryan Tedder at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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Rosette Luve x Jason Matlo

360, 360 Magazine, Vaughn Lowery, Rosette Luve, Jason Matlo

Photo Credit: Jamie-Lee Fuoco

Cannabis took over the red carpet at this past weekend’s iHeartRadio VVMA’s! Canadian pop star, Rosette Luve strolled the red carpet wearing an iconic cannabis-inspired dress created by Canadian designer, Jason Matlo for the Weekend Unlimited, a Vancouver-based cannabis brand.

This “smoking hot” dress was specially designed to celebrate the country’s upcoming entry into the legal cannabis market in October! Rosette, who was at the event to promote her own chart single, Single for the Summer, and her dress caught the eyes of a number of other pop artists including Alessia Cara, Bebe Rexha and Shawn Mendes to name a few.

According to the designer, Jason Matlo, “Having the opportunity to design this bespoke version of The Weekend Unlimited dress for Rosette Luve to walk the red carpet of the MMVA’s in Toronto was very exciting. This first design allowed me to merge my background and love of couture with a young, high style street look. The entire process has been very energizing. I will be working creatively on developing a range of products for the Premiere Global Lifestyle brand, Weekend Unlimited Live International.”

Grailed x Lil Yachty

Lil Yachty announces on Instagram that he will be selling his entire Supreme collection and a portion of his designer wardrobe on Grailed.

He wants to give fans an opportunity to own some of the most sought-after Supreme pieces and rare collectibles from Raf Simons, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Margiela x Converse, Gosha and more – items they couldn’t otherwise find or buy and at prices they can afford.

Grailed wants to provide their users and Yachty’s fans with an intimate glimpse into his world so they can put themselves in the shoes of an icon. Yachty has always been very engaged with his fanbase and now he’s furthering that by giving unprecedented access on the platform he knows will speak to them directly.

“I think it’s all about individuality. There’s always that one out of the bunch that’s just destined to be different. I had red hair in 11th grade. There’s always someone who dares to be different, like Andre 3000, Young Thug and myself. I remember people used to laugh at my hair. You got the people who follow the trend and then you have the trendsetter. Regardless of everything else going on, they do what they want. I never dressed to impress anybody. I’m flashy, but I don’t wear anything in the hope someone else likes it. I wear what I want to wear because I just like to wear it.”

The collection is live on grailed.com for a preview. Yachty’s sales drop date is Monday August 27th.