What’s Donald Glover’s Ceiling? Plus, Nick Cannon & Bhad Bhabie | Open Late With Peter Rosenberg

On this week's episode of Open Late, Peter Rosenberg kicks it with Nick Cannon for a conversation that touches on his “F*ck the Police” freestyle and how he views his role in the industry. “I can host something with children on Nickelodeon, but I'mma also speak my mind as a black man,” Cannon says. “As long as it's pure, true, and authentic, I don't think anybody can argue [with] what I have to say.”

Rosenberg also sits down with Karrueche Tran, Tee Grizzley, and Get in Line host Racks Hogan for a panel discussion that gets into Childish Gambino's new record “This Is America,” Nicki Minaj choosing her album release date as the same day her ex Nas is planning to release his, and if Post Malone's record-breaking chart success is really that impressive.

Later, Bhad Bhabie stops by to talk about fame and the criticism that comes with it, and Desiigner shuts down the stage with a performance of “Priice Tag” off his latest project L.O.D. 

Check out the full episode above featuring Araabmuzik and follow Open Late on Twitter and Instagram.

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Racks Flies Across the U.S. to Cop the L.A. Exclusive BAPE x Dragon Ball Z Collab | Get in Line

BAPE and Dragon Ball Z have collaborated on some pretty dope items in the past, and their most recent capsule is no exception. In the latest episode of Get in Line, host Racks Hogan took a trip out to Los Angeles to cop something from the L.A. exclusive drop.

Racks also spoke to several people who were waiting in line to get their hands on some pieces and found out who their favorite DBZ characters are and what their wish would be if they collected all seven Dragon Balls.

Check out the full video above.

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Racks Goes Behind the Scenes of NYC’s Round Two Store

Complex’s streetwear aficionado Racks Hogan has given us an inside look at NYC’s Round Two location, one of his favorite shopping spots in the city.

During his visit, Racks chops it up with the store’s crew, discussing everything from the craziest purchases in the shop to their no-consignment policy to some handy buy-sell-trade tips. And, of course, Racks had to cop a few items before he dipped out.

Check out the full video above.

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Racks Finesses His Way Into Copping the New Supreme x North Face Collab | Get in Line

This week’s Supreme drop included a range of spring-ready essentials like zip-up shirts, velour jackets, soccer polos, and corduroy camp caps; however, the most anticipated pieces were definitely the Metallic designs made in collaboration with the North Face. (Those silver Mountain Bib Pants? So good.)

In episode two of Get in Line, Racks Hogan hits up the Supreme SoHo location, where he catches up with box-logo fiends attempting to get their hands on the iridescent garms. Racks unfortunately had zero luck securing a number in Supreme’s ticketing system, so he’s relying on his resources to cop the pieces.

“Sometimes you gotta just holla at people that’s on the street that you see with the shopping bag,” Racks says. “The shopping bag is an indicator that there’s something in the bag. If there’s something in the bag, you pull something out of your pocket, and you get what’s in the bag. That’s how it works.”

Will he succeed? Or will Racks strike again?

Check out the latest episode of Get in Line above to find out.

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Racks Was Out Here Hustlin’ for a Pair of Air Max 1/97s on Air Max Day | Get in Line

How did Racks Hogan celebrate Air Max Day 2018? Well, like many of you, he spent it trying to cop the Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 1/97s.

The streetwear master hit up all the usual hot spots in NYC, where he spoke with resellers and sneakerheads about the highly coveted kicks. He tested their Wotherspoon/Air Max knowledge with some trivia, discussed their methods of securing the 1/97s, while also attempting to score his very own pair. You already know there was some flashing of the cash and some negotiation efforts.

“I’m actually a participant in these festivities,” Racks says. “I need shoes. Like, I don’t need 14 pairs. I just need one. I got two feet. A left one and a right one.”

So, was it a successful mission? Check out the premiere episode of Get in Line to find out. The episode also includes a cameo by the man behind the hyped 1/97 model.

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On this episode Akademiks and Wayno get into a pop a shot shooting contest. Later on Tony and the crew swing by the Kith Soho store to cover the Air Max 97/1 Sean Wotherspoon release for Air Max Day. Racks Hogan, the host of the Complex show “Get In Line”, makes an appearance and shares his thoughts on what he is will to pay in resell value for the Sean Wotherspoon sneakers. There’s also a special unboxing to top off the episode.  

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Supreme Stans Went Nuts for the Arc Logo Studded Leather Jacket

Complex News and Racks Hogan hit the Supreme store in Brooklyn for the latest drop of must-cop gear.

Along with finding out what people bought, Racks broke down Supreme's ticketing system for this location, and a number of loyal customers seem to be in agreement that the Brooklyn store has got the process down right. Check out what people walked away with in the video above.

Racks also recently shared what it's like being in the reselling game. You can watch that below.

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The Art of Reselling: A Numbers Game That Demands Patience and Finesse

Whether or not you're a fan of the reselling game, you can't deny the massive market that has been created because of it.

To give you a better idea of its history and what goes into it, Complex News spoke with Supreme enthusiast Racks Hogan and Rich “Maze” Lopez of Sole Collector about the art of reselling and what makes one item more hype than others.

Racks says that while he does work in the reselling industry, he's not a fan of being called a reseller because there's so much more to the process. “I don't like the term 'reselling' because I feel like it takes away from the actual work that a person puts in,” he explains. “I would never call a person that freezes they ass off, dedicates their time, does their homework, I would never just degrade them to a term like reseller.”

Check out the full video above, and if you missed it, Racks, Jerry Lorenzo, ASAP Ferg, and more spoke with Chris Gibbs and Complex's Karizza Sanchez about the pros and cons of exclusive drops. You can watch that below.

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Jerry Lorenzo, ASAP Ferg & Deon Point Discuss the Pros and Cons of Exclusive Drops | ComplexCon(versations)

If you haven't lined up for a limited clothing release or sneaker drop, you probably know someone who has. It's a reality in streetwear culture today that affects retailers and consumers, and has also given way to a massive resale market. 

At ComplexCon 2017, Union LA's Chris Gibbs and Complex's own Karizza Sanchez hosted the Drop Science panel, which highlighted the pros and cons of exclusive drops. Jerry Lorenzo (founder, Fear of God), Deon Point (creative director, Concepts), Kevin Le (marketing supervisor, Bape), Racks Hogan, and ASAP Ferg joined in on the conversation to offer their insight on the topic.

The resale market for sneakers and limited drops has become a billion dollar industry, and retailers and creatives realize it's impossible to prevent people from selling the product to earn a few extra bucks. “It's definitely a gift and curse for sure. You like to see your product skyrocket and reach an elevated cost in what people paid, but you want people wearing your shit,” Point explains. “If I see a kid… they tag me in [a photo] like, 'Yo, I'm selling these.' Motherfucker I want you to wear 'em!”

Lorenzo offers a similar sentiment about his Fear of God line. “I love to see kids wearing it and enjoying it, but you can only do so much from this side. Once it hits the market it kind is what it is, and you have to not really be attached to that after part of the transaction.”

Racks Hogan has built up a rep as a go-to reseller in the New York area, and he breaks down his approach to how he decides the price for certain product. Ferg also recounts the time he waited in line to cop the Nike Air Yeezy, and based on his story it wasn't the safest environment to be in.

Bradford Shellhammer of eBay also drops in to share some data about the e-commerce giant, as well as give away a pair of the limited Shoe Surgeon x eBay x Jordan 1.

Catch the full video up top, and keep it locked to Complex as we'll be sharing more ComplexCon(versations) panels featuring the likes of André 3000, Rick Ross, Lena Waithe, Ryan Coogler, Virgil Abloh, Cam'ron, and more.

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LifeAtComplex: New Season, First Day Back

We are back with the 3rd season and Tony keeps you in the loop with some of your favorite case members. Brittney Palmer from the UFC stopped by the office to talk about her time in the Octagon, as well as her art work. Later on, Complex fan favorite Racks Hogan stops by to chop it up with Tony. Not to mention there is a small teaser for the next Don’t Believe The Hype…

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