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Justin Bieber Drops $250k On Chains For His Crew

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A late Christmas gift from Justin Bieber to his team.

Justin Bieber has recently launched a clothing brand by the name of Drewhouse. While his household name only could propel, to all time high, sales of toilet seats company, the new brand has only released a pair of white hotel slippers with a yellow happy face stylized with the “Drew” logo, just last week.

After the $150 “Security” Hoodies designed by Jerry Lorenzo, the pop star is going back to something, a little bit more basic. The now sold out plush lightweight coral fleece made slippers, are far from ranking alongside the most expensive hype garments.

Give back to the community might just have been the only motto behind the fashion venture and the driving force that financed an extra spend of in the Eliannte store, racking up a total of $250k for six different Drew-engraved pendants.

As the live goes, he comes to a point where he compares himself to Elon Musk and calls himself the Black Elon Musk while he asks for people not to compare him on any occasion to Kanye West.

The Georgian Emcee then continues on Ye and roasts the Chi-town rapper.

Kanye West ! KAnye West ! Yo the n**** that’s been crying about Drake on Twitter every week !

Soulja says

The now delirious troll keeps roasting Yeezy in a style that reminds us of the early Lil Pump rants. Where he questions everything Ye has achieved.

A must watch … Hilarious and viral … WElcome back in the game Soulja.

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Not even death can stop Oliver Tree’s Flow

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Certainly one of the most inspired artist of the moment, Oliver tree delivers the product with intense creative design and intensive music production.

In an email, he explained how the song and video are directly inspired by a scooter crash that he was involved in a few years ago while competing in a pro-competition—he wound up breaking both of his wrists and right hand. That said, Tree doesn’t want to taint how others perceive his art based on his own personal experiences though. Instead, he wants viewers to “decide for themselves and apply it to their life in whatever way it makes sense.”


February 14 – The Roxy – West Hollywood, CA
February 15 – Rio Theater – Santa Cruz, CA
February 16 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
February 18 – Peter’s Room at Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
February 19 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA
February 22 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
February 23 – Globe Hall – Denver, CO
February 26 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
March 1 – Great Scott – Allston, MA
March 2 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY
March 3 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
March 5 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
March 8 – Masquerade (Purgatory) – Atlanta, GA
March 9 – The Social – Orlando, FL
March 12 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN
March 14 – Deep Ellum Art Co – Dallas, TX
March 15 – White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs) – Houston, TX
March 16 – SXSW – Austin, TX

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