The Lordz are a musical representation of graf artist Mr. Kaves and his brother, DJ ADM. Together they recently released their newest album, “The Brooklyn Way” in conjunction with Perfect Game Recording Co. (affiliate of Warner Bros.). This punk rock/hip hop album is a reflection The Lordz upbringing in Brooklyn. The track, “New York Groove” from their album has already become the official go to song for two of New York’s storied professional sports franchises in the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. The start of the MLB will see the Mets adopt the anthem as well.
To commemorate the release of “The Brooklyn Way”, DJ Lordz have commisoned five of the world’s greatest graffiti artists in Futura, Stash, Haze, Lee Quinones, and Mr. Kaves himself to create a series of tee-shirts. The tee’s will be limited to 250 pieces and will only be available through The Lordz website, Recon/Nort and other select retailers.
If you haven’t heard the track, check it out here.
Image: Mr. Kim
The release of Transformers the movie is still over 2 months away, however the anticipated release can derive some ease with the pre-releases of various licensed memorabilia. Nike have gone and used the silhouette of the Nike Free 7.0 and done quite the mash up with Megatron and Convoy to create a pair of transforming sneakers. The execution is turned out quite well and would satisfy both Nike/Shoe and Transformer collectors out there. They have been released in Japan and will retail for 2,625 Yen.
The collaborations between Nike and the Transformers doesn’t stop there, awhile back we posted pictures of a Transformers x Nike Air Trainer III.
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Crooked Tongues has just unveiled the great British invasion by size? and Fred Perry. Using vintage contemporary styles as a backdrop, Size? and Fred Perry have come to terms to create these killer combo’s. For some vintage styled shoes may just not cut it for being too boring, but there is something unmistakable about what we have here. Both of the shoes and shirt are limited to 240 pairs and created in the UK.
The Hong Kong based magazine Milk magazine has teamed up with Nike to create some very special lace locks for Air Force 1’s 25th anniversary. Interestingly, they claimed that the lace lock can be used as a multi functional accessory such as an earring, a key chain, a necklace and more.
Image: Milk via Free Problem
Later this year in October, DVS Shoes and Diamond Supply Co. will collaborate to release a a pack of skate shoes, fitteds, and hoodies. The skate shoe will be a Jeron “JDUB” Wilson signature model. Each item within the pack will come in two different colorways. The colorway shown here for this New Era will be a Diamond store exclusive. The right panel of the cap features the embroidery “JDUB” to signify Jeron Wilson’s nickname, while the rear panel has Original Intent stitched on. Original Intent represents DVS’ latest movement within their company to create products that represent themselves and riders across the world.
Image: Diamond @ HYPEBEAST