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Travis Barker Lends Drums To New Jumex Song “Spraypaint”

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Recently, alternative artist JUMEX released a new song “SPRAYPAINT” with blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. 

Now, he’s unveiled a new video for the single that’s inspired by the new film Joker

The video shows the artist in Joker-inspired makeup. We also see Barker take on the role of a news anchor reporting on the city being “vandalized by a mysterious character” which is actually JUMEX in his clown suit. 

JUMEX shared some behind-the-scenes snaps from the set to Instagram to announced the video had dropped. 

Joker just released in theaters and has been making a lot of headlines for the violent content in the film and the possible real-world implications it can have. You can see the trailer for that below. 

Speaking of Travis Barker collabs, he just achieved the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Rock Songwriters chart due to his various collaborations.

Those 15 accolades are what pushed Barker to the No. 1 spot on the songwriting chart. This is the first time someone has achieved such an honor with so many tracks.

The No. 2 spot on the songwriting chart is tied by the other two blink-182 members, Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus, for their work on the 14 charting songs from NINE. All but one of the tracks, “Happy Days” from the new blink-182 album are charting.

While 14 tracks from that album helped in Barker’s charting placement, it was the collab with MGK and YUNGBLUD, which is his highest-charting song on Rock Songs at No. 3, that helped take him to the leading position.

You can see the full list of Barker’s tracks on the Rock Songs chart and their placements below.

Barker’s Rock Songs chart placements
  1. “I Think I’m Okay” by Machine Gun Kelly, YUNGBLUD and Travis Barker
  2. “I Really Wish I Hated You” by blink-182
    7. “Darkside” by blink-182
    11. “Blame It On My Youth” by blink-182
    13. “Pin the Grenade” by blink-182
    15. “The First Time” by blink-182
    26. “Heaven” by blink-182
    28. “Black Rain” by blink-182
    29. “No Heart to Speak Of” by blink-182
  3. “Generational Divide” by blink-182
  4. “Run Away” by blink-182
  5. “On Some Emo Shit” by blink-182
  6. “Hungover You” by blink-182
  7. “Remember To Forget Me” by blink-182
  8. “Ransom” by blink-182

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Nike Air Max 90 ‘FlyEase’ Will Drop in White, Blue and Red

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The latest creation from Nike‘s familial design duo of Tobie and Tinker Hatfield, the Air Max 90 FlyEase is an inclusive, adaptive lifestyle design that’s all about ease of entry and removal. It first debuted around Air Max Day 2020, and has since released in a handful of vibrant styles — the latest of which is a patriotic white, blue and red.



Almost all of the design pieces from the original Air Max 90 are left intact. Toeboxes and quarters are dressed in white mesh and leather, respectively, while plastic eyestays are split between navy and red. Tongues continue the navy and red mixture, while blue mudguards and red Swooshes provide signature Nike Sportswear flair. For a finishing touch, the heel’s recognizable Air Max unit is surrounded by red EVA foam.

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Medicom Toy x Royal Selangor Bright “Golden” Bearbrick Released

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Japanese Firm Medicom Toy and Malaysian manufacturer Royal Selangor have come with more detailed info regarding the shiny new “Golden” BE@RBRICK with intricate arabesque patterns, which follows the color-shifted 400% Royal Selangor Arabesque “Magic” iteration unveiled just two months ago.

Traditional patterns cover the new figure from the top of its head down to its feet. A vibrant counterpart to the silver and pewter-toned versions from past releases.

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As textured as the previous models, this oversized piece of art was made by the master craftsmen of Malaysian pewter manufacturer and retailer, which is the largest of its type in the world and have been practicing the traditional hand-sculpting art since 1885.

Furthermore, the figure weighs at roughly twelve pounds and stands 28 centimeter tall, a collectible accent for any living space.

The Royal Selangor x Medicom Toy “Golden” BE@RBRICK 400% is currently available on MCT Tokyo’s website for the stagering price of  $1,609 USD.

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Drakeo The Ruler Drops “GTA VI” & “Backflip Or Sumn” Recorded From Prison

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Drakeo The Ruler is still incarcerated, awaiting a retrial in connection with a murder case that he was already acquitted for.

On July 25, 2019, he was acquitted of his murder and attempted murder charges in a Compton courthouse. However, the district attorney decided to refile charges of criminal gang conspiracy and shooting from a motor vehicle in August, two counts that resulted in a hung jury during his initial trial.

However, he will not let that get in his way as he continues to be one of West Coast’s most promising and original voices, and now back with two new singles recorded through jail phones from forthcoming ‘Thank You for Using GTL’ project.

“GTA VI” and “Backflip Or Sumn” have became instantaneously two must-listen-to songs that thrive to introduce his upcoming 18-track effort ‘Thank You For Using GTL’ inspired by the raps he sent to producer JoogSzn over the inmate telephone systems used in for-profit prisons. However the grainy voice still rides the beat with ease.

Earlier this week, Drakeo dropped his “Vintage & Adventurous” including the not-so-subtle shot at the early release of a particular New York-based rapper. “Tell the truth, I am not 6ix9ine,” he proclaims. A number of collaborators teamed up to remix his greatest hits on Free Drakeo earlier this year including guest appearances by Danny Brown and Maxo Kream.

Earl Sweatshirt held absolutely nothing back when he blessed the “Ion Rap Beef” Remix, opening with a defiant, “F*ck the D.A., free the Ruler/ Sex cancelled, I went right for that medulla/ Talkin’ spicy hella easy, n*ggas hide behind computers.”

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