Nas performs on Feb. 4, 2017 in Houston.

Nas' Thread Shop Collaboration Will Be All About Meaningful Exclusives: 'We're Not Just Doing One-Off Tees Here & There'

Nas, who began his career with the iconic, Columbia-released Illmatic in1994, is collaborating with Thread Shop to create a variety of tees, sweats, and outerwear that will function as an extension of the content his lyrics provided on the earlier part of his hearty catalog. “It’s really about directing the messaging he has in his music and being able to tell those stories with the apparel,” she says. “We’re not just going to do one-off tees here and there. We’re building a nice eight to ten pieces. And we’ll do it on, say a God’s Son album. Or the messaging within a song.”
Taylor Bennett x Urban Outfitters Pride collection

Taylor Bennett On Teaming with Urban Outfitters' UO Pride Collection: 'You've Got To Be Yourself 24/7'

Indie rapper Taylor Bennett has been a fan of Urban Outfitters since the clothing giant opened their shop in his Chicago hometown years ago. “Me, my brother [Chance the Rapper], and [rapper] Vic Mensa would go down there,” Bennett says. “They were the first place we could actually get skinny jeans from—[Levi’s] 510s, 511s and slim fits.” So when an opportunity to collaborate with UO (also the store where he bought his first pair of Vans) came up as an official ambassador, Bennett, of course, was all in.
Lizzo

The Infatuation's Debut EEEEEATSCON Is a 'Music Festival Catered Towards Food'

Women, cocaine, and art used to be the main interests revered talent manager Shep Gordon used to handle back in the day. "It’s sex, drugs, rock & roll, and food now,” Gordon said on May 20, adding dining to the classic trilogy of pop star debauchery. As a guest speaker at restaurant recommendation site The Infatuation’s first annual EEEEEATSCON food festival in Santa Monica, California, Gordon—who has handled artists as varied as Teddy Pendergrass to Alice Cooper—spoke to a captivated audience about to synergy between musicians and chefs.
Lizzo

The Infatuation's Debut EEEEEATSCON Is a 'Music Festival Catered Towards Food'

Women, cocaine, and art used to be the main interests revered talent manager Shep Gordon used to handle back in the day. "It’s sex, drugs, rock & roll, and food now,” Gordon said on May 20, adding dining to the classic trilogy of pop star debauchery. As a guest speaker at restaurant recommendation site The Infatuation’s first annual EEEEEATSCON food festival in Santa Monica, California, Gordon—who has handled artists as varied as Teddy Pendergrass to Alice Cooper—spoke to a captivated audience about to synergy between musicians and chefs.

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