On today’s episode of Out of Bounds, the crew makes predictions for this weekend’s games. Gilbert Arenas has high expectations for Carmelo Anthony this season and wants to meet Lavar Ball. NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, continues to make vague statements regarding players taking a knee, Phoenix Suns make history taking a very big L last night, and Master P wants to start his own football league.
Also, pole dancing may become an Olympic sport. Can you guess who’s excited about that?
World renowned French artist JR recently celebrated his Mexico installation with a picnic on the border of the U.S. and Mexico. Complex News spoke to JR and the Dreamer who inspired his idea of connecting both sides of the border to share a meal in Tecate, California. Check out the full video above.
On today's Everyday Struggle, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska run through the day of hip-hop news, which includes Metro Boomin calling out Atlantic Records, Logic preaching for artists to not make the same songs over and over, and thoughts on Chris Brown's next album.
Ski Mask the Slump God has been everywhere recently. From collabs with ASAP Ferg to an upcoming project with his personal hero Timbaland, the Florida rapper is living out his dreams at a blistering pace. His hit single “Catch Me Outside” is still spreading, and there's a new tape on the way.
So it's safe to say the artist born Stokeley Clevon Goulbourne is well on his way to stardom. But first he has to get past the puppies. In the second episode of our new series Hounded, we sat Ski Mask down to have some soft puppies ask him hard questions about his family, his music, and the afterlife. Watch what happens above, and get familiar with Ski Mask's recent rise below.
The third annual Tidal X: Brooklyn charity concert took place Tuesday night, with special performances from Jay Z, Cardi B, DJ Khaled, Stevie Wonder, and more artists doing their part to raise money and awareness for those affected by recent natural disasters.
Complex News' Speedy Morman hit the red carpet at Tidal X: Brooklyn to chat with Vic Mensa, ASAP Ferg, Wonder, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and others who highlighted the importance of helping those in need. Check out those conversations and highlights from the concert above.