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‘SHADY CXVPHER’: Eminem Says He Punched Lana Del Rey In The Face?

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Representing their home turf’s and gearing up for the much anticipated SHADYXV compilation, Eminem, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Yelawolf, and Royce Da 5’9 presents a deadly cypher that is sure to go down in the history books. Punch lines from left-to-side, Joe B not caring about rap battles, and even controversial statement from Eminem about singer Lana Del Rey. Peep more below…

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Music Videos

Lana Del Rey Co-Starring Model Shaun Ross – ‘Tropico’ [SFPL Visual]

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Following last night’s sold out screening at Cinerama Dome @ The ArcLight Hollywood, multi-platinum artist Lana Del Rey premieres her 30 minute film ‘Tropico’ today across VEVO. Check it out below…

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Angel Haze – ‘Summertime Sadness’ (Lana Del Rey Cover) [SFPL Tunes]

Apart of her ’30 Gold’ series, Angel Haze serves up another vocal rendition. First, covering Miley Cyrus‘ famed anthem “Wrecking Ball” to now covering Lana Del Rey‘s “Summertime Sadness,” it’s quite obvious that Angel truly has what it takes to soar in this industry. Check it out below….

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[New Video] Lana Del Rey – “Ride”

Singer Lana Del Rey goes in depth about a life journey she calls, “Ride”. Peep the 10-minute visual below…

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Fashion

[Fly-LIGHTs] A$AP Rocky for GQ…

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For those of you who don’t know, A$AP Rocky is a 23-year-old rapper from Harlem who, is becoming a staple in streetwear and high fashion, and definitely becoming a style influence in hip-hop right now.

Rocky’s talents have recently been summoned by the fashion gods over at GQ, here’s are some excerpts from his feature.

A$AP Rocky first grabbed attention for the peculiar regionlessness of his music: The Harlemite’s songs synthesize the slow flow of the South, the party vibes of the West Coast, and the bravado of New York into something gloriously hard to map. The kid’s got the same approach to getting dressed: He cherrypicks from skate brands and avantgarde designers without focusing on labels and logos. “If a chick wants to know who makes my shoes,” Rocky says, “she’s got to take them off my feet and look inside.” Here, we talk to Rocky about girls, weed, and “doing lunch.”

 

Son of the God

“My real name’s Rakim—my parents named me after the god MC himself.”

 

Carpe Diem

“With clothes, I like mixing what different designers do until it becomes a personal expression of how I’m feeling that day. This vest is by Skingraft. It only comes out for a GQ shoot or a hot date with an actress. That’s the bourgeois look. Booj-waaah.”

 

Culture Club

“In Harlem, I got all my black friends. But when I go downtown, I got black, white, Asian, Indian friends. There’s no borders, no barriers.”

 

Great Scott

“[Fashion designer] Jeremy Scott is my boy. We’ll do a shoot and then do lunch. Every time I see him, he has gifts for me. He knows I like weed, so he’ll bring edibles. I’ve also been wearing a lot of Rick Owens. It’s like hard-core jailhouse streetwear with a high-end gothic feel.”

 

Ladies First

“When I was a kid, I was a little horndog. First it was candy and girls. Then it was girls and bikes and scooters. Then it was girls, rap, and clothes. Now it’s girls, directing videos, my house, and fashion. And girls, girls, girls.”

 

Step into one of our favorite A$AP joints, “Celebration”.

Now take a second to step into the official video for Lana Del Rey‘s “National Anthem” featuring Rocky as the leading man.

-Stay Fly!