Post Malone is gearing up for the September release of his album Hollywood’s Bleeding and just shared a new song “Circles.”This is the third single of his upcoming album and he already teased the track earlier this month. Listen to it below.
On the song, Post teams up with long-time collaborators Frank Dukes (“Congratulations”) and Louis Bell (“Rockstar” and “Psycho”). The rock-tinged sound sees the rapper exploring themes of love and heartbreak: “Seasons change and our love went cold / Feed the flame ‘cause we can’t let it go / Run away, but we’re running in circles,” he sings.
Earlier this week, Post Malone revealed his album would be releasing on September 6.
A picture of Nollywood bad boy Jim Iyke in a zebra-print suit. Another of Nollywood femme fatale Rita Dominic wearing a wedding gown and holding a gun. These are the kind of images you’ll find on @nolly.babes, an account dedicated to immortalising some of the most iconic scenes from Nigerian cinema, dating from the late 1990s to the early 2000s. Anonymously run, the account doesn’t only appeal to the generation who…
Cat Taylor – founder of Digi-Gal – talks us through the collective’s first project, a campaign for Selfidges’ The New Order – Ready to Wear AW 19 collection which presents a surreal landscape in which digitally reconstructed garments walk without bodies across enchanting virtual landscapes.
Brooklyn-based graphic design studio No Ideas talks us through the redesign of the latest publication of American Chordata. Avoiding “show-off” typography while retaining the original design’s restrained sensibility, the redesign celebrates content at its core.
Key Features: Open mesh upper, full-grain leather heel tab and toe cap, and suede lateral support. The Dynamic Foot Counter is a stabilizer that once inspired Mizuno’s legendary Wave technology.
Release Date: August 31, 2019
Buy: Kazoku stores including SNS, mita, and Patta.
Editor’s Notes: First launched in Mizuno’s 1995 running catalog, the Mizuno Mundo Control was the predecessor to the Mizuno Wave Rider which relaunched last year to fanfare – Highsnobiety collaborated with Mizuno on its own iteration. The Mizuno Mondo Control OG draws directly from the ‘90s original, including the Dynamic Foot Counter and white, purple, and violet colorway. Like many of Mizuno’s recent drops, the Mondo Control OG is part of the Kazoku program giving sneakerheads the opportunity to get exclusive and premium new releases first before they become part of Mizuno’s main collection.
The Dropcast is Highsnobiety’s weekly podcast brought to you by Avión Tequila. Each week, we’re spotlighting an emerging brand that’s bringing something new to the worlds of streetwear and fashion. Bandulu is one of the best new menswear labels out today. And on this episode of The Dropcast hosts Noah Thomas and Jian DeLeon are joined by the brand’s founder and creative director, Pat Peltier .
On this episode of The Dropcast, hosts Noah Thomas and Jian DeLeon are joined by Pat Peltier, founder and designer of bootleg-inspired brand Bandulu.
They go through the week’s latest drops, including the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike By You Blazers, Stone Island’s fall collection, and our latest drop with Chinatown Market.
Beyond copping Hawaiian shirts with smiley faces (they come with a free frisbee!), we also go in on the latest Uniqlo collaboration with Engineered Garments. It’s practically an all-you-can-fleece buffet. We also weigh in on Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS label, the Viotech Air Max 90s, and the #mulement continues with a new silhouette from Suicoke.
Then we address the QOTW: What’s your favorite bootleg? Dropcast listeners left some spicy voicemails this week, so be sure to listen up to hear about some bangers, and get in on the conversation by peeping Highsnobiety’s Instagram page every Monday for the Question of the Week, and leave us a voicemail on The Dropcast Hotline at 833-HIGHSNOB (833-444-4766). We’ll see you next week.
A small collection of hacked websites targeted iPhones using zero-day attacks for at least a couple of years, Google's Project Zero team has revealed in a newly published report. The websites don't even need a user's input to infiltrate a device: jus…