Nic Junior | Hennything Possible- New Single

The Continuation Of C’est La Vie

Nic Junior continues with another single from C’est La Vie titled Hennything Possible.  After absorbing the fractured sides of Chicago in his youth, rapper Nic Junior aims to blur binaries—between black and white, fun and seriousness

Nic’s Junior’s | Newest Single: Hennything Possible

—while creating a new sound for his city. He definitely doesn’t come short in Hennything Possible, where he sets the vibe of congnac, women, and a good time. Everyone knows that your true feelings come out with la little liquid courage [Hennessy] and Nic isn’t holding back. Nic is gearing to release his a EP which will be releasing later this summer, REBAL HUE will be sure to give our readers the exclusive details soon! Continue reading “Nic Junior | Hennything Possible- New Single”

Studio 3: Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo” | On Foot Review

Oreo’s & Milk

Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is onKyrie Irving Nike Kyrie 5. The Kyrie Irving Nike Kyrie 5 would be another NBA Finals sneaker for

Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo”| Photo Taken By: Studio 3

Kyrie Irving. Yet it’s still very possible that his fifth shoe can be, and that Irving may very well lace up pairs like this “Oreo” iteration come summer. A time-honored theme for Nike Basketball releases, monochromatic black and white create a sleek aesthetic that’s almost a right of passage for each new installment in a signature sneaker series. Continue reading “Studio 3: Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo” | On Foot Review”

Studio 3: The Nike Air Flightposite 1|Knicks Away

A New Colorway For The Return Of The Nike Air Flightposite

The Nike Air Flightposite 1|Knicks Away

Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is on The Nike Air Flightposite 1 Knicks Away. This sneaker is a basketball classic that first released in 1999, The Nike Air Flightposite return with Knicks themed colorway.  According to Sneaker News, Conceptualized to match the long, flowing lines of a concept car and serve as an extension of the wearer’s body, the Flightposite is a memorable piece of late ’90s Nike Hoops design, and it’ll return to market March 2nd. If you’re a long-suffering Knickerbockers fan who needs something to cheer about, or you just don’t feel like waiting until next month, pairs are also available now. Continue reading “Studio 3: The Nike Air Flightposite 1|Knicks Away”