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Over the weekend, a bad quality version of a new 21 Savage song surfaced. "Issa" features Drake and Young Thug. Shortly after leaking the track was removed but a better quality version has resurfaced earlier tonight. The track's title refers to the phrase coined by 21 Savage during his DJ Vlad interview, after Vlad asks him what the cross tattoo on his forehead symbolized -- to which Savage responded with the infamous answer, "issa knife." Listen to the Wheezy, Bricks, TM88 and Narcos-produced collaboration below.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
On Monday night, Apple released a new collection of ads to support its iPhone. Though the videos are quite short and contain no dialogue, they have been set in place to urge users to "switch" over to the iPhone for its capabilities. In each of these short clips, the screen is split between "your phone" and the "iPhone," with each transition promising more speed, ease of music transfer and better privacy. Watch the clips below.
In case you've missed it, here's a look into why the iPhone 8 may cost more than $1,000 USD.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Tokyo-based online authentication startup Authlete has closed its seed round with backing from investors including 500 Startups.
Purveyors of some of the most lavishly styled jewelry in fashion history, Cartier unveils its recent Écrou de Cartier line. In what can be considered as a contemporary interpretation of the iconic LOVE Bracelet, the two new designs also draw creative influence from another past model —--the Juste un Clou. Available in Pink Gold and White Gold, the new creations take on an oval metal rod silhouette with six screw caps, which can be freely rotated for easy pitch adjusting. Retailing for $6,600 USD (Pink Gold) and $7,050 USD (White Gold) the new Écrou de Cartier line is available for order now through the brand’s online store.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
James Corden was in the midst of taping The Late Late Show when he received news of the deadly explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
So the television host recorded an extra segment to pay tribute to the victims and those affected by the disaster, even though details of the attack were still scant at the time.
"It shocks me every time we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen. But especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight," said Cordon, who was visibly emotional as he shared his love for the city of Manchester, and its inimitable spirit. Read more...More about Watercooler, James Corden, Manchester, The Late Show With James Corden, and Manchester Explosion
Welcome to our weekly roundup of mobile development jobs on Tech in Asia Jobs. This week's featured jobs from TenderBoard, Klook, Travelogy and more.
Cancer experts say they're increasingly confident that at least two lifestyle choices can affect a woman's risk of getting breast cancer: drinking alcohol and exercising.
Just one alcoholic drink each day is enough to boost breast cancer risk, according to a comprehensive new report published Tuesday. Vigorous exercise, by contrast, can decrease the risk in both pre- and postmenopausal women.
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The American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund published their joint report, which includes data on 12 million women and 260,000 cases of breast cancer gathered in nearly 120 studies. Read more...More about Science, Cancer, Wine, Alcoholic Beverage, and Alcohol
The Japanese VC plans to take on lead investments in the US$500,000 to US$3 million range.
Following up on the insane popularity of the recent “Metallic Gold” and “Silver Bullet” models, it looks as though Nike’s Air Max 97 silhouette is primed to bring back yet another retro design. As teased by Japanese blog US11, two closely-cropped images surfaced over the net this past weekend providing a sneak peek of what the Nike Air Max 97 “Neon” rework is expected to look like. The new contemporary version will instead feature silver lettering on the heel pull tab as opposed to the original neon font. Debuting back in 2005 as an Asia-only release, the “Neon” iteration gears for its release later this year. Stay tuned for more details regarding release date and locations.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Adding on to all things Ron English, the “Godfather of Street Art” recently linked up with LA-based RCNSTRCT STUDIO to initiate a pop-up shop, which will go on to include this super rare Woodland Camo Shirt. Limited to just 12 pieces, the design features satirical patches created by the artist himself along with a handful of RCNSTRCT STUDIO branding and embellishments. Retailing for $250 USD, the collaborative shirt is available now at RCNSTRCT STUDIO’s Melrose outpost.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Minister Yaacob Ibrahim announced new stops in Singapore’s technology roadmap during the Infocomm Media Business Exchange opening ceremony.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Shaquille O'Neal's signature sneaker -- Shaq Attack -- Reebok is introducing a new twist on the original, called the Shaq Attaq Modern. Originally introduced back in 1992, the Shaq Attaq Modern takes on today's basketball trends. The leather upper is replaced with a woven mesh, helping to reduce the overall weight of the shoe while keeping the structure of the original in place. The collar sees a foam compound with net mesh overlay to provide padding around the ankles, along with custom Pump technology for an adjustable fit. Featured in a bright yellow, the Shaq Attaq Modern is available now at Reebok retailers and Reebok's online store for $160 USD.
Earlier this month, Shaquille O'Neal called out LaVar and Lonzo Ball for their ridiculously priced $495 USD signature sneaker.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com