An Air Jordan 1 Wedge. Yeah, that’s an actual ‘thing’. No it’s not available to the public. What you see above is a one-on-one creation known as the Air Jordan 1 Wedge. What kind of person could possibly own these unreleased sneakers? Who better than Yvette Jordan, Michael Jordan’s wife.
Rocking the Bred/Banned colorway and color scheme, just as the name of the shoe suggests, it’s a Jordan 1 done in a wedge design. One thing that should be noted is that the shoe appears to use the tooling (at least the sole) of the Dunk Sky Hi.
Ladies, you know this question was coming. Would you dare rock a sneaker wedge? No word yet if these will ever see the light of day, but sneakers were posted on IG by Solefly (store owned by Yvette Jordan’s brother), where he teased a possible retail release in the caption.
ARTIST: MAROON 5 FEAT. FUTURE
PRODUCER: BENNY BLANCO, JOHN RYAN & JACOB KASHER HINDLIN
DIRECTOR: RICH LEE
Earlier today, Maroon 5 invaded The Ellen Show where they performed their new single “Cold” live for the first time. The single released yesterday and it’s already getting plenty of spin. One of those reasons could be the fact that rap star Future. Keeping the major vibes coming, they’re quickly back with an official music video for the new hit single.
The music video, directed by Rich Hill, finds M5’s lead singer Adam Levine making his way to party that’s hosted by Future. Not only that, but to also play him his verse for the song. What is expected to be an in and out quick trip, turns into a psychedelic evening for Levine after someone pours something in his drink. He makes his way through a crowd of people before linking up with Super Future.
“Cold” is the first taste of Maroon 5’s upcoming sixth studio album that’s set to impact later this year.
Earlier today, Kanye West unveiled Yeezy Season 5 at Pier 59 in New York City. While there was much apparel and footwear showcased, the highlight would be the Yeezy Runner, Yeezy Calabasas Runner and the Yeezy 700 Runner.