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Wednesday, July 30th 2014
by Chuck Killorin

I won’t bore you with the details but suffice it to say it was a great day and I received many cool gifts, one of which was the xbox 360 version of Red Dead Redemption.

by Alaina O'Connor

Jay-Z adds a verse to a newly remixed version of “XXXO” off of M.I.A.’s upcoming and highly anticipated new album, ///Y/. The song is more electro-pop than politically charged hip-hop and with Hov lending his skills, it’s reminiscent of the duo’s first collaboration at the 2009 Grammy Awards with their version of “Swagga Like Us.”

by Alaina O'Connor

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by Brian Willett

Whether you hate him, love him, or don’t understand him, you can’t deny that Eminem is on top of the rap world.

by Mica Sebti

The British TV presenter is to front a new campaign for the sportswear brand’s new female fragrance, with the perfume set to be launched next January.

by Daniel Haim

The recession may be hitting everyone else hard, but the advertising world seems immune, because the world’s top models are still pulling in millions.

by Daniel Haim

To the casual listener, the Deftones latest album, Diamond Eyes, doesn’t seem all that different from the hard-rocking California band’s previous releases. However, the album, which dropped May 4, isn’t your average Deftones disc, because there’s far more to the story than just writing, recording and releasing.

by Brian Willett

Deer Tick front man John McCauley has been honing his sound since 2004, touring around the country and taking inspiration from his travels. Even the band’s name was inspired by one of McCauley’s adventures — a hike that ended with a deer tick attaching itself to McCauley’s scalp.

by Mica Sebti

We feel out of breath. Fortnight lingerie is designed to be different. Handmade in Canada, Fortnight combines strong, sexy aesthetics with highly tailored sizing to create pieces that are both luxurious and versatile.

by Brian Willett

Born in Washington, D.C., to a Sudanese father and an African-American mother, Amir Mohamed grew up in Maryland, influenced by soul and rap as well as the myriad of musicians on both sides of his family.

by Michael Magor

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