L.A. rapper Kid Ink turns up with Chris Brown in the Breezy-directed video for his DJ Mustard-produced single “Show Me” — which samples the 1993 Robin S. hit “Show Me Love.”
The video opens with Kid Ink waking up from a THC-induced slumber on a couch to find himself in the middle of a massive house party with Brown holding court on the dance floor.
Ink and Brown are seen enjoying the attention of the dozens of beautiful women strewn throughout the raging house party, with the rapper conspicuously showing off handles of Cavoda vodka, the brand best known for illuminated bottles that come in an array of glow-in-the-dark colors.
The track is the first single from Kid Ink’s upcoming second studio album, “My Own Lane,” due for release in early 2014.
Revolt TV catches up with the auto-tune champ to get his commentary on his latest collaboration with “Real & True.” Watch as Future explains how Mike WiLL Made it was excited about the record and decided to bring it to him. Future also breaks down Miley Cyrus and Mr. Hudson’s contributions on the track and reveals that he recorded his parts in his hotel room in Las Vegas.
Last night on The Voice, Flo Rida teamed up with coach Christina Aguilera for the debut performance of his new single, ‘How I Feel’.
Odd pairing, but hey, these things happen on The Voice! Aesthetically, I dug the whole 1920s/Gatsby vibe. It fits the song (well the sample) and Flo looks sharp in his suit and Christina has never looked better in a cheer cat suit while strutting across the stage in various sets. My only thing is the sound problems. Something was off with Christina’s mic and made it hard for her to hear at times. It just doesn’t make sense to have the featured coaches mic going in and out, but I ain’t the sound guy! ‘How I Feel’ is a classic Flo Rida pop-rap song and I’m sure it’ll be another chart topper.
Buy ‘How I Feel’ on iTunes here!
Dubbed “Michigan Avenue,” the colorway pays tribute to the famous street in Derrick’s hometown of Chicago. The shoe features tones of deep blue to represent the bodies of water throughout the city with contrasting bright infrared to represent the bright lights and livelihood of the famous street in downtown Chicago.
The adidas D Rose 4 “Michigan Avenue” drops November 23 for $140, and is available at adidas Basketball.
The NIKEiD x Pendleton collection launches online in the US and UK on Nov. 4, 2013. The Nike Air Force One High and Low will be available through Dec. 31, 2013. The Nike Blazer Mid and Low, Nike SB Janoski and Nike Roshe will remain on sale through Feb. 15, 2014.
Nike and Pendleton Woolen Mills, two icons of Pacific Northwest design, combine to enhance four of Nike’s top silhouettes—the Nike Air Force 1, Nike Blazer, Nike SB Janoski, and the Nike Roshe Run—and highlight the one-of-a-kind potential of NIKEiD.