Graphite Damier out Now

•August 12, 2008 • Leave a Comment

You should be expecting that call from your Louis Vuitton SA right about now. The Graphite Damier Collection has dropped in all parts of the country, and should be coming to a flagship store near you.


Gumball 3000 SF

•August 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I came to see nice cars but I got to shake hands with David Hasselhoff AND Tyson Beckford.


HUF Snakeskin Chukkas

•August 8, 2008 • Leave a Comment

HUF SF Re-release: TODAY. 8/8/8


The Blueprint III

•August 7, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Blueprint 3

Glow In the Dark Tour, NYC.

Wale – W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.

•August 6, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Gonna be Hottest Artist of the Year 2009.

Souljah Boy

•August 6, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Usually, when rappers step their lyrical game up, it’s seen as a positive move. For young Soulja Boy, that is not the case. Recently, he explained that he wanted to show better lyricism, but did not want to do it on his album because it may ruin his image and reputation. Frustrated with how he’s seen and criticized, he is now setting off to attempt to legitimize his success.

“If I wanted to, [I could] go that route and be respected [not for] my success … respected [for] my music and my lyrics or whatever,” he told MTV. Ironically enough, he said he didn’t want to do all of that on an album.

“That’s why I did the mixtape that I did. I did a mixtape called ‘Teen of the South’ with DJ Scream. And I did that just to step my game up a little bit on that [lyrical] side. But I wasn’t really going into no album and just full-fledge trying to switch my swagger and try to get respect from the game.”

Why would he not really try to get respect?

“‘Cause why would I show love to the game? The game don’t show you love back. So I wasn’t gonna do that and come back out and mess up my image and mess up myself. I was going on the strength that I want respect from people who probably don’t like me anyway. So I’m gonna stick to what I do and stay being successful and I’ll do some mixtapes and some futures, something like that.”


44 MPG BMW Turbo Coupe

•August 5, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Alpina’s diesel-powered D3 Bi-Turbo Coupe has arrived on UK shores. Based on the BMW 3-Series Coupe, the D3 Bi-Turbo Coupe uses a modified version of the 123d’s 2.0-liter twin-turbo diesel producing 214 HP. While the coupe is more than capable with a top speed of 152mph (245 km/h) and a 0-62mph (100km/h) time of 6.9 secs, yet it manages to return 52.3 MPG UK (5.4lt/100km or 43.5 MPG US) with a manual gearbox and 50.4 MPG UK (5.6lt/100km 42.0 MPG US) with an automatic transmission in the EU combined cycle.

This year, around one hundred D3 Bi-Turbo Coupes are destined for the UK market with prices set at £32,950 (manual gearbox) and at £34,540 (automatic transmission).