Today in Source News Flash:

Newly surfaced documents suggest Kanye West has plans to launch a streaming service of his own. The documents reveal West is taking steps to trademark the name “Yeezy Sound.”
During a recent show, Kodak Black teased a new collaboration with Lil Wayne, a follow up to an announcement he made last month on Instagram stating “I got a song with Wayne. I fuck with Wayne, he inspired me to write my first rap.”

The Smithsonian is documenting the rich history of hip-hop with The Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap. The anthology aims to catalog that history by way of a gorgeous, 300-page collection of vintage rap visuals, along with nine CDs.

adidas Originals and Pharrell Williams turn their focus to LA hiking culture and a retro outdoors aesthetic for the FW17 iteration of the duo’s collaborative Hu series.
Nike Air VaporMax CS with mesh upper with reflective paneling on the side and heel areas and a navy VaporMax sole unit will be releasing on November 27.

Syria will join the Paris climate agreement, so that leaves only one country that’s not signed on to it – the United States. In June, Trump said he was pulling the United States out of the landmark climate pact, hoping to renegotiate and get a better deal.

Roy Halladay, who retired from baseball nearly four years ago, died when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. He was 40.