Supreme Is Opening a Store in Brooklyn

Calling all Supreme lovers, haters, and in-betweeners: do I have some news for you. The highly coveted brand has announced that it's opening a new store in New York—Brooklyn, to be exact. The address will be 152 Grand Street, Brooklyn, New York 11249. Currently, there's only one other New York Supreme store, in SoHo on Lafayette Street. The new store will officially open its doors on Thursday, October 5.

If you're not in NYC, you'll just have to keep trying your luck at other ways of getting your hands on the brand, like hitting up resellers, having someone else wait in line to cop it for you, or finding other outlets selling the material. One of the latter options is BRENTS Sportswear, “One of the most influential manufacturers of '90s streetwear,” which recently revealed it has a 36-piece capsule of one-off vintage items that it's putting up for sale. You can sign up here to be alerted to the drop date for that.  

Or maybe, just maybe you can luck up on some Supreme blank tees at your neighborhood Kmart, like some people did back in July. That is, if they haven't all already slashed the tags off. May the odds be ever in your favor.

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Travis Scott’s ‘AstroWorld’ Tour Will Feature Amusement Park Rides

Travis Scott, music's leading inciter of punk rock riots, has been in a plethora of headlines over the past few days. But all of them have nothing to do with his music, which is bigger and more ubiquitous than ever. In a new interview with Rolling Stone's Jonah Weiner, Scott—during multiple chats backstage on his recent tour with Kendrick Lamar—offered a slice of insight into his current creative process.

Scott has been working on new music while on the road, something that's clearly invigorated him. “Just chillin', recording,” Scott said of his current approach to cutting new tracks. “Formulating a story, the picture I'm trying to paint. It's fun making music on the road. I got a whole studio bus.”

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Scott's forthcoming AstroWorld, which still doesn' have a release date, takes its name from a now-closed amusement park Scott frequented when he lived in Texas. “It had a Dungeon Drop, Greezed Lightnin', Superman,” Scott said. “It was a way of life—fantasies, imagination.” For the eventual AstroWorld tour, Scott is planning to bring the amusement park vibe with him by literally surrounding himself with actual rides. “I don't know why it hasn't been done already—I think people just don't do shit,” he said. “Who makes stages these days that are cool?”

Elsewhere on the new music front, Scott has plenty of tracks already in the bag with Quavo. During a Migos interview with Montreality last week, Quavo—at around the 2:22 mark in the video below—said the joint album should drop soon. “We've been making a whole bunch of records; we got a lot of records together right now, we've probably got like 20 records, we just need to get some time and just sort 'em out,” he said.

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J. Cole Calls for Fans to Stop Watching NFL: ‘Show the World and Ourselves Our True Economic Power’

Following Trump's inflammatory tweet Sunday morning which took shots at the NFL and all its players taking a knee during the national anthem, many celebrities had quite a few things to say in retaliation, including J. Cole.

The 4 Your Eyez Only rapper took to Twitter to encourage professional athletes to continue taking stands against injustices, to criticize the NFL's handling of Colin Kaepernick, and to suggest football fans should stop watching the NFL. This isn't Cole's first dabble in Twitter rants, however this time he was rightfully speaking out against hateful, racist institutions, and what sports fans can do in protest. In his attempt at creating a Twitter thread, Cole kicked off his commentary by shouting out love to his fans and to Cardi B, before delving into more political commentary. 

However the bulk of Cole's messages were directed at the role that sports fans play within the grander scheme of things. 

Cole even offered policy proposals to his followers, suggesting a special investigator be hired in order to get to the bottom of Colin Kaepernick's inability to sign with a team. 

Finally, Cole wrapped it up by reiterating the role that fans play in all of this. He alluded to the reality that money is power, and if fans choose to not watch football in an effort to take a stand against something they believe in, the NFL has no choice but to listen to them. 

 

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Gucci Mane Plans to Drop a Mixtape ‘Every Other Day’ in 2018

It seems 2018 will be the year of Gucci Mane. The veteran rapper, who will be performing at ComplexCon in November, took to Twitter to proclaim he will be going “100 percent independent and dropping a mixtape every other day.” Yes, Gucci Mane has said that he will drop a new mixtape every other day in 2018. Which is, considering there are 365 days in a year, a very large amount.

Gucci, who was released from prison in May of 2016, has been putting in a ton of work and seems to have no plans of slowing down. Among his releases are two studio albums, Everybody Looking and The Return of East Atlanta Santa.

He also just released a fascinating memoir, co-written with Neil Martinez-Belkin, called The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. The book revealed a ton of interesting information about the influential rapper, from the history behind his name to the inspiration behind his hit “Lemonade.” 

To date, Gucci has released an impressive ten studio albums. His eleventh, Mr. Davis, comes out Oct. 13 and boasts features from ASAP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Migos, Monica, Ty Dolla Sign, and others.

Want to experience Complex IRL? Check out our second annual ComplexCon, a festival and exhibition taking place in Long Beach, California Nov. 4-5. Host committee members include Murakami, Pharrell, Virgil Abloh, Sarah Andelman, J Balvin and Jaden Smith. For more information on performers, panels, and tickets, visit ComplexCon.com.

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Playboi Carti Teases Collab Mixtape With Lil Uzi Vert

If Lil Uzi Vert wants to drop new music every single day for the foreseeable future, I would support this wholeheartedly. Luv Is Rage 2 is a triumph, and is practically begging for a relatively immediate follow-up. So why not hit us with a Playboi Carti collab project?

In a Snapchat post over the weekend, Carti appeared to confirm that something with Uzi is afoot.

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The image itself shows punk icons Captain Sensible and Dave Vanian, from the decades-strong U.K. band The Damned. Carti's caption, as XXL and others have pointed out, includes digits referencing Uzi's 1600 Philly block and Carti's 2900 Atlanta block.

Shouted fuck yeahs aside, no official announcement regarding an Uzi x Carti collab tape has been made. Still, it would be downright cruel to share a post including both the word “tape” and an image of such an iconic duo only to fall short of releasing a full-blown project together. Fingers crossed as fuck.

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Over the weekend, Uzi teased a sequel to his 2016 mixtape Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World. In an Instagram clip, Uzi teased a new track with the caption “Just A Vibe💨🚷 ….👨🏾‍🎤vs🌏2® ? 🙄.” Sadly, Marilyn Manson was not seen or heard in the clip.

 

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Uzi's debut album, Luv Is Rage 2, made Uzi a full-fledged star of unfuckwithable stature. The album opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and garnered largely enthusiastic reviews from critics. If all subsequent teased projects come to pass, we'll soon be getting something with Carti, Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World 2, and a freestyle rock album that will possibly feature some input from Manson.

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