As a native Chicagoan living in NYC, Sean Evanshttp://subur-ceramic.com/2018/03/19/drugs-for-depression-and-schizophrenia/ hears a lot of trash talk about pizza. In a town dominated by thin, Neapolitan-style slices, the argument is usually the same: “Deep-dish isn’t pizza, it’s lasagna!” Well, today Sean fires back at the haters. Joined by Queens rapper and F*ck, That’s Delicious co-star Meyhem Lauren, Sean weighs the merits and faults of two regional pizza powerhouses. Which pie reigns supreme? Watch Sean and Meyhem attempt to unravel one of the world’s fiercest culinary debates on an all new episode of SITW.
Once mocked for its lack of quality smoked meats, NYC has finally become a serious contender on the national BBQ scene. But does it have the chops to appease two Texas locals? In the hopes of gaining some perspective, Sean Evans enlists the help of Barbara Dunkelman and Burnie Burnsa��two of the visionaries behind Austin-based production company Rooster Teeth. At Fletchera��s in Brooklyn, chef Match Fisher is busy combining Southern cooking techniques with international flavors, creating a barbecue style thata��s distinctly New York. Will the pork char siu be enough to convert Barbara and Burnie to the church of buy kytril ivNYC BBQ? Watch an all new episode of SITW and find out.
As an international pop star, Kris Wu has eaten renditions of dishes from his native http://svoy-urozhay.com/2018/03/17/order-tadacip-tadalafil/China the world over. Eager to learn more about regional Chinese cuisine, Sean Evans takes Kris to Mr. Bing, a new home for Beijing-style street food in NYC. From the pancake-like jianbings, to bowls of beef packed with Sichuan peppercorns, Kris gives Sean a crash-course in four distinct styles of Chinese cooking. Will Kris and Sean learn how to successfully make a bing, or botch the restauranta��s Seamless orders? Find out on an all new episode of SITW.
On today’s #EverydayStruggle, DJ Akademiks, Wayno, Star, and Nadeska jump back into the King of NYC talk, debating about whether or not Joey Badass or ASAP Rocky deserve a mention. Later, they speculate about the Jay Z and Beyonce rumored tour, Chance’s next album, and much more.
On today’s #EverydayStruggle, Wayno, DJ Akademiks, Star, and Nadeska run through the day of rap news, including 50 Cent dissing Rick Ross while he’s in the hospital, a healthy debate about whether or not the “King of NYC” title matters, thoughts on the new DJ Khaled single, and much more.
Complex News' Fenn O'Meally hit the Snow Beach re-release launch in London to find out how much money customers were willing to drop on the iconic line. She also asked a handful of people if they were willing to let her try on their purchases. Let's just say not everyone was open to the idea.
Find out what went down in the video above, and check out the teaser trailer for Complex's upcoming Polo Ralph Lauren documentary Horse Power below. Just Blaze, Raekwon, 2 Chainz, ASAP Ferg, and more are featured.
Over the weekend, the 2018 Grammys had the music industry on tilt. Held in New York City, we got to see some of the best performances and fits mixed with some of the worst that the music industry has to offer. Because it was going down in NYC, Complex News pulled up to the red carpet, allowing our own Speedy Morman to get some face time with many of today's hottest rap stars.
One artist we got to speak with was Lil Uzi Vert, who talked about the viral video of him casually walking up to a school bus to talk to some kids.
“I was riding dirtbikes and ATVs,” Uzi explained. “Kids saw me, so they made the bus driver come back around like 'STOP!,' so I couldn't ignore 'em, they wanted to talk.”
Uzi wasn't there just to talk dirt bikes and chopping it up with kids, though. When Speedy asked Uzi about the work he's reportedly been putting in with Kanye West as of late, Uzi let it be known: “Me and 'Ye been working ever since Lil Uzi ever existed in his music career, I always knew 'Ye. So we have like hundreds of stuff, but trying to get it together.” When Speedy tried to confirm if “stuff” meant songs, Uzi played coy. “Stuff means it rounds about to anything you can think of.”
Who knows when we'll get to SEE what this “stuff” will turn into, but you should be on the lookout for whatever these two have in store.