Posts Tagged ‘Pump’

Watch Kanye West And Lil Pump Basically Become Lego People In ‘I Love It’ Video

It’s been a big week for Kanye West. After tweeting an apology to Drake for letting their relationship sour, he served as the creative director for the inaugural Pornhub Awards Thursday night (September 6).

In this role, ‘Ye apparently assisted with the particular design of the trophies for the ceremony, and NSFW merch bearing the likenesses of night’s winners is currently available for purchase at the Yeezy online store. But Kanye didn’t stop there; he also dropped a brand-new song with Lil Pump called “I Love It,” the video for which is an absolute trip.

The song itself only spans about two minutes, but the accompanying visual (directed by Kanye and Amanda Adelson) squeezes every moment of lunacy from those 130 seconds. It doesn’t amount to much more than Kanye and Pump warped and shrunk into what might be best described as Lego block people, waddling along and delivering the song’s hook: “You’re such a fucking ho / I love it.” But that’s plenty.

Kanye and Pump rock comically overlarge footwear; Kaney’s is an exaggerated version of the sandals he was ridiculed for wearing to 2 Chainz’s wedding in late August. Comedian Adele Givens gets a featured credit here, too, for a bit of her standup that bookends the song.

It’s notable that apart from a verse that’s mostly Kanye repeating, “I’m a sick fuck, I like a quick fuck,” his contributions to the song come from winking ad-libs, including one particularly knowing “scoop!” halfway through the song. The whole thing is wild, and you can watch it, in its fairly NSFW glory, above.

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Diplo, French Montana, And Lil Pump Team Up For Some Deadpool 2 Dubstep

One look at the Deadpool 2 soundtrack song list — where Céline Dion coexists with the 2017 unplugged version of a-ha’s “Take on Me” — reveals a great deal about how music is used in the film.

“Welcome to the Party,” the dubstep-bursting latest offering from the film’s soundtrack, is perhaps another preview of the film’s tone. Here, Diplo enlists French Montana and Lil Pump (with a feature from newcomer Zhavia) for a low end-heavy, festival-ready celebration of, well, party stuff.

That’s likely why its release was accompanied perfectly by a motion graphic of Deadpool himself, decked out in a flower crown, dancing around like a goon and living his best life.

Between French’s musings on being high and Pump’s rapid declarations of self (“Make a bitch do jumpin’ jacks like she was an acrobat / Got these bitches lookin’ at me crazy ’cause I got face tats”), “Welcome to the Party” is a barnburner that I can only assume accompanies a massive shootout scene complete with slo-mo stunts and colorful carnage.

Because that’s what Deadpool 2, a 2018 film whose soundtrack features Run the Jewels, Skrillex, and Cher, is clearly all about. Check out the song and its ridiculously appropriate video above.

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Fans Are Convinced J. Cole Is Taking Shots At Lil Pump On ‘1985’

J. Cole is 33. Lil Pump is 17. In hip-hop, that age difference might as well be a chasm as big as the Grand Canyon. Today (April 20), J. Cole dropped his fifth studio album, KOD. The project finds Cole taking a satirical look at modern hip-hop and the drugs, money, and materialism he feels fuels it. “1985 – Intro To ‘The Fall Off’” is one of the more pointed and antagonistic tracks, which finds the Fayetteville MC targeting an unnamed rapper who fans have determined is Lil Pump or maybe Smokepurpp.

During the track, J. Cole takes various pointed jabs. The beginning of his verse starts with the observation, “I’m fuckin’ with your funky lil’ rap name / I hear your music and I know that rap’s changed / A bunch of folks would say that that’s a bad thing / ‘Cause everything’s commercial and it’s pop now.”

Pump and Purpp have made it their mission to mess with J. Cole in a variety of ways. In April 2017, a song titled “Fuck J. Cole,” reportedly by Lil Pump made its way to the internet. Earlier this week, Smokepurpp joked that he had a standout feature on Cole’s album. In a January interview with Montreality, Smokepurpp referenced his trolling of the North Carolina rapper.

“Nowadays everything is kind of a troll,” Purpp said. “So people do know that [J. Cole tweets] its trolling, but if you don’t like we don’t care. Pump doesn’t care.”

Cole’s indictment of rap’s new generation speaks to some of Purpp’s assessment of the “OG-versus-new rapper” debate. Toward the middle of his verse the bars get more acidic as he raps, “They wanna see you dab, they wanna see you pop a pill / They wanna see you tatted from your face to your heels / And somewhere deep down, fuck it, I gotta keep it real / They wanna be black and think your song is how it feels.”

“1985″ isn’t the first time Cole has been critical of the rap landscape. On “Everybody Dies” many thought he took aim at Kanye, Lil Uzi Vert, and Lil Yachty. With lines like, “Bunch of words and ain’t sayin’ shit, I hate these rappers / Especially the amateur eight week rappers / Lil’ whatever – just another short bus rapper,” it isn’t hard to see why.

The recipient of Cole’s message may not be confirmed by the rapper. However, the message for the hip-hop community is coming through loud and clear.

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This SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury is Inspired by Singapore

Mark Ong, a Singaporean artist and founder of SBTG, is known for crafting innovative sneakers through a limitless vision and a host of inspirations that stretch far and wide. He furthers his unique perspective through this Reebok Insta Pump collaboration due in stores on Friday.

Also along for the ride, Mandeep Chopra, founder of Limited EDT, assists on this release that works in conjunction with Reebok’s spring/summer 2017 offering. Seeking out Singapore for creative fuel, a destination that aligns creatively with the shoe’s avant-garde aesthetic, the city’s skyline reflects the model’s futuristic look and feel while progression is largely at the center of the striking design.

Symbolism, too, plays a key role in the design process, as Singapore directly translates to the Lion City. Ong implements the city’s national animal into the design through sandy tones with tactile materials such as Pellegrini pony hair beneath camo overlays.

Look for the SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury on Friday, January 13, at Limited EDT Singapore followed by a global drop on January 23 at select Reebok retailers.

SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury

Release Date: January 13, 2017 (Singapore)/January 23, 2017 (Global)
Price: $ 200

SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
Mark Ong wearing the SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury
Mark Ong wearing the SBTG x Reebok Insta Pump Fury

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mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury “Flight Jacket” Drops This Weekend

With cooler climate now in our midst and undoubtedly here to stay, fall fashion necessities like MA-1 flight jackets are growing more present by the day. Japan’s mita sneakers looks to the wardrobe staple to creatively fuel their upcoming Reebok Insta Pump Fury collab.

The fittingly titled mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury “Flight Jacket” highlights an olive-green base constructed in durable canvas and feathery satin fabrication for a unique material union. Pops of orange accent the avant-garde silo well, while black furnishes the toecap, heel and pump apparatus marking a sturdy balance for this familiar color palette.

The sneaker release is joined by an actual flight jacket and water-repellant sneaker spray in conjunction with Japanese shop Winiche and Co. Expect the release this Saturday, October 22, at mita sneakers.

mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket
mita x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket

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The Reebok Insta Pump Fury Undergoes Sandal Styling

Around the turn of the century, any and every sneaker was made into a mule. From progressive hoops silos like the Air Jordan 17 to timeless classics like the adidas Superstar, anything and everything was getting the heel chopped off. Today, we see a similar yet different transition for the Reebok Insta Pump Fury.

Open toe and open heel, this retro runner takes incredibly well to the new mold, looking modern in both marble and black makeups. These have surfaced overseas at United Arrows.

Reebok Insta Pump Fury Sandal

Reebok Insta Pump Fury Sandal

Reebok Insta Pump Fury Sandal

Reebok Insta Pump Fury Sandal

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On-Foot Look // AAPE by A Bathing Ape x Reebok Pump Omni Lite

Matt Halfhill – Founder + Publisher
Allison Halfhill – Chief of Strategy
Nick DePaula – Creative Director

George Kiel III – Editor in Chief
Ian Stonebrook – Associate Editor

Pierce Simpson – Staff Writer
Darren Griffin – Staff Writer

Sid Ashford – Video + Visuals

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Highs and Lows x Reebok Pump 25th Anniversary



Australian sneaker shop Highs and Lows is the next retailer to debut their edition of the Reebok Pump for its 25th anniversary. Their colorway in inspired by late-night streetball games, with a dark-based upper in premium black leather with era-appropriate teal accents, a speckled graphic taken from the iconic Reebok Blacktop line, and speckled cement accents on the Pump release unit and heel counter. Meanwhile, an orange outsole matches the orange basketball Pump button on the tongue. The Highs and Lows x Reebok Pump 25th Anniversary collab will launch November 15th at Highs and Lows, followed by an additional drop at Reebok Certified Network retailers.

Highs and Lows x Reebok Pump 25th Anniversary

Release Date: November 15, 2014

Highs and Lows Reebok Pump

Highs and Lows Reebok Pump

Highs and Lows Reebok Pump

Highs and Lows x Reebok Pump


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Reebok Pump x Question


Mental math finds the Reebok Pump x Question expressing two great products on one silo. The Allen Iverson signature sees dominant styling on this hybrid of sorts, with all original attributes present everywhere but the tongue. Reebok Pump technology calls out the Answer’s first model in orange, with the tongue stamping tone proving an accent on the rest of the model. Black leather and grey suede continue the color story on this previewed pair, with retail details still undisclosed. Get a preview of this Pump packing Question in the photos below, and keep it locked to Nice Kicks for more information.

Reebok Pump x Question

Reebok Pump x Question

Reebok Pump x Question

Reebok Pump Question

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Video: Sneaker Freaker Celebrates 20 Years of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury


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Having celebrated the Reebok Insta Pump Fury in their Issue 29, Sneaker Freaker has “produce(d) a short film that shines a light on one of the most intriguing and polarizing footwear designs of all time.” Starting in a Fuzhou, China factory where the shoe is manufactured, the video sees the reunion of Steven Smith and Paul Litchfield; the original designers of this iconic shoe.

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