A$AP Rocky will be in the May issue of GQ and what we have below is a little behind the scenes video of his shoot. Looks like a pretty damn good time lounging on a yacht with beautiful women. The guy on the paddle board part is the best.
Terry Richardson has to be one of the luckiest dudes out there. He’s always got the best and most beautiful models in the world coming to him for photo shoots. This time he shot Miranda Kerr for a new line of boots coming out in the fall. Click HERE for more info and pictures.
Whenever the guys of Odd Future are asked to spit a freestyle they never really take it seriously and that’s exactly what happened here. While on the set of shooting for Terry Richardson they all got together to goof around on a freestyle. Here it is…
Despite all of her mishaps and trouble with the law, Lindsay Lohan still knows how to work a lingerie photo shoot which is exactly what she did for French magazine L’Officiel Hommes. For more pics and information about the shoot click HERE.
Tyga has been in the news a lot lately, a lot for his music but even more so for that whole bus shooting incident. Well he’s back on the map now and here we have a new photo shoot he did with 55Mill. Not sure if putting guns in it right after the shooting is a good idea, but whatever still looks dope. To view all of the photos from this shoot click here.
As you may already know from our previous posts, Drake was recently featured on the cover of GQ magazine for his stylish ways. Well while on set he also spit a freestyle exclusively for GQ, here it is.
Lil Niqo has been rockin’ with us for a while now and we just found some more footage of him at this photoshoot. He is wearing our Hooligan Tee (Black/White). Lil Niqo is currently signed to Def Jam and is the youngest artist on the label. Look out for him as he is about to make some big moves in the music industry. Shoutout to Team Niqo.
So I just came across some pretty interesting sports information. Sports Illustrated photographer Walter Loos Jr. is one of the most famous photographers in the industry. He’s gotten work with everyone in sports and has a lot of stories to share. This time around in a SI article he spoke about Lebron James and how he doesn’t have direct conversations with people. Here’s what he wrote in the article.
“Times change, and sadly, LeBron became a villain to many after The Decision. I’ve seen a lot of entourages, but none like his. In July 2010 I got an assignment from Nike to shoot LeBron right after his TV special announcing his move to the Heat. We rented the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, where the Lakers and the Clippers used to play, and there were 53 people on my crew — including hair and makeup artists, production people, a stylist. I had $10,000 in Hollywood lighting. It was huge. When LeBron arrived, it was as if Nelson Mandela had come in. Six or seven blacked-out Escalades pulled up, a convoy. LeBron had bodyguards and his masseuse. His deejay was already there, blasting. This for a photo shoot that was going to last an hour, tops.
This is how crazy it was: I wasn’t even allowed to talk directly to LeBron. There was a liaison, someone from Amar’e Stoudemire’s family. I would say to him, “O.K., have LeBron drive right,” and then he’d turn to LeBron and say, “LeBron, go right.”
LeBron had guards in the portals on the mezzanine level, talking into their hands. Really, what was going to happen? And then at the end of the shoot they all got in the Escalades. My God, I’ve been around Michael Jordan, but with him nothing even came close to this. Unimaginable.”