Do you remember a time in fashion where it was completely acceptable to have your clothes speak louder than your words? Cross Colours was launched in 1989 by Carl Jones. It was the first clothing line that was predominately targeted towards African-American youth. The clothing was used to convey political and social messages.
Entertainment mogul and clothing designer Russell Simmons has had major success with the Phat Farm line. Now he has a new line to boot, Atman by Russell Simmons. Atman (pronounce AHT MAHN)translates to "spirit of man" in Sanskrit. He created the brand as a physical expression of his spiritual perspectives and ideals.
This is R. Kelly's latest promo pic. At first glance, I spent 10 minutes with just continuous laughter. He done went Sisqo/Goldilocks on us this time around! Why would he let his stylist get all spray-on-color happy?! All jokes aside, I give him props for re-inventing himself. He definitely knows what to do to keep us talking.
On May 30 it will be all about Jimmy Choos, Cosmos and Sex
*Update* Here is the trailer
Ron Artest is not just keeping basketball his day job, he's trying his hands once again on the mic. He has no plans of dropping an album this time around like he did back in 2006, but he will appear and host on several mixtapes including DJ Hurricane's "Kings in Da Game, Vol. II" and DJ Metro Dee's "Co-Signing Vol. 8: Tru Gangstas" which will be featured on an upcoming episode of MTV's "Mixtape Monday" towards the end of April.