Today in Source News Flash: Gucci Mane and T-Pain star in new video for Steve Aoki and Yellow Claw collab, “Lit.” In the partly-animated visual, the rappers rule a glamorous mansion complete with torch-wielding belly dancers.
Kid Cudi announced his Pain, Passion & Demon Slaying tour, which will cover 27 cities across North America. Check out the full list here.
Spotify has taken a stand against racist content appearing on its streaming platform. In the wake of recent white supremacists’ rallies in Charlottesville, Spotify has released a statement saying that “illegal content or material that favors hatred or incites violence against race, religion, sexuality or the like is not tolerated by us.” A spokesperson for the company said, “Spotify takes immediate action to remove any such material as soon as it has been brought to our attention. We are glad to have been alerted to this content – and have already removed many of the bands identified today, whilst urgently reviewing the remainder.”
Alpha Industries looks to U.S. military pararrigers for its latest Fall/Winter collection.
adidas has teamed up with a Japanese cult brand Hender Scheme for its latest shoe collab. The cooperation results in three sneakers – the NMD, Micro Pacer and Superstar – made in Hender Scheme’s Japanese ateliers with the finest goat and cow leather.
Former CIA director John Brennan slammed President Donald Trump’s “dangerous” and “ugly” comments on the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA – writing a personal letter to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer after “The Situation Room” anchor spoke publicly about the fact that he lost all four grandparents to the evils of Nazism.
Mets rookie pitcher Robert Gsellman says he apologized to Sandy Alderson for publicly dismissing a recent assessment by the general manager. Gsellman was on the disabled list and struggling in his rehab assignment at Double-A Binghamton when Alderson said the right-hander needed to pitch better.