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      BAPE x Wiz Khalifa: Bape Heads Inspired Capsule

      BAPE x Wiz Khalifa: Bape Heads Inspired Capsule

      The BAPE HEADS inspired collection continues to expand as hype beast brand, BAPE, connects with Wiz Khalifa for their latest collaboration.

      Inspired by the BAPE Heads Show merch (which has featured cartoon iterations of Kid Cudi, Pusha T & Big Sean), the items in this new collection will feature Wiz Khalifa in the same animation style, accompanied by BAPE’s sidekick, Baby Milo.

      With the Fall season ahead, expect to see graphic hoodies, crewnecks and short-sleeved tees with a black or white base. Included in this launch will be an exclusive Shark Face hoodie, as well. For Wiz, his BAPE APE Head is also seen sporting dreads and a pair of white sunglasses - typically seen on Wiz’s face. The capsule will be available at BAPE retailers and online, worldwide, starting Saturday, July 27th.



      Kanye West Name Drops Drake on “What Would Meek Do” Extended Snippet

      Kanye West Name Drops Drake on “What Would Meek Do” Extended Snippet

      If you recall, a snippet of a Pusha T track titled “What Would Meek Do?” leaked last month - which contained lyrics that took aim at J. Cole: “You heard Cole on that song, he was tryna hate,” rapped Kanye.

      And now, apparently, Kanye also had some things to say about Drake on the record. You can hear the extended version of the record after it surfaced earlier today. “I be thinking, what would Tupac do? You be thinking what New Kids On The Block do? Drizzy wearing Yeezys on the low though .Only repping Nike for the promo. The company growing faster than Flo-Jo. And we did with no logo,” raps Ye.

      The jab stems from Drake’s lyrics on Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” where he raps, “Checks over Stripes, that’s what we like.” Ye immediately put Drake and Travis on blast: “How you gone be on Trav’s song coming at me. Trav should have never allowed that.”

      This wasn’t the first time Drake referenced Kanye’s association with Adidas, though. In September of 2019, Drake was also heard rapping, “Keeping it G, I told her don’t wear no 350s around me,” on his verse on French Montana’s “No Stylist.”