Is it just me or is Juicy J trying to hop on as many young cat’s tracks as possible. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy it, it’s just funny to me is all. This video is for NEAKO’s track, Flossin, off his LOUDpack Tree album. Let us know what you think.
Did you know some crocodiles can go an entire year without eating anything? I just watched this documentary on Nat Geo last night. Crocodilians. Google that shit.
There’s nothing better than a fresh batch of Dopeness after hard day at work.
A solid accessory to compliment any outfit is definitely a dope wallet. These are not just any wallets though, they are made from recycled neckties. The price tag on these bad boys is pretty affordable at $38.
Last week in the VOTD series it was more of a sports theme. This week, definitely more love for the ladies. Don’t act like your mad about it, though. You love it. I must say, very nice usage of the stop motion in this one.
I got to stop looking at stuff like this. I’m in dire need of a vacation, and I feel like a resort like this would definitely hit the spot.
Crazy prints on kicks have never been a thing for me. I absolutely have to have these for my stash though. These will probably be a little hard to get a hold of, they’ll only be available at Tier-0 retail locations.
I think we need to follow in Maxim’s foot steps, and find us a new office assistant. Who’s game? Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. That was a joke, but not really, go ahead and send them. Mary is definitely a hottie though.
Make my job easier, and feel like you’re a part of something. Submit your Dopeness to: submit [at] sneakhype [dot] com.
My dude iFFY got a hit right here. This is the video for his new single, Do You, directed by Rik Cordero. This has been blasting out of my speakers for a couple weeks now, so it’s good to see it get some visuals.
This is probably the best VOTD yet.
Stussy is quickly becoming my favorite brand for everything i need in life. The brand just did a “One-Two” Manny Pacquiao punch with the release of their “Livin’ General Store Collection.”