There is a greater range of flows explored, a greater range of tones discovered, and a sharper focus throughout his music.
With the recent release of REBAL HUE Magazine VOL.6 The Editorial Issue. Where we have highlighted a selected few Artist Of The Rise and one of those artist none other than a Washington, DC artist Rahiem Supreme.
Rahiem Supreme recently dropped two new projects over the summer which The Man Wears Moschino and 888. There both are expansive album that casually balances his puffed-up swaggering and his conscience-stricken morality. He’s been vocal about his commitment to defying the expectations of what it means to be a
rapper, something he’s been building toward since 2008. Many rappers contain multitudes, but Rahiem is among the most effortlessly pliable. He can be two different things in the same breath. In this interview you will get to know Rahiem Supreme on how he pursued a career in rap and musically influences. Along with how important style is, new music, cars and much more. But sure to check out Rahiem Supreme full page Editorial spread with photographers such as Jamaal Davies, and Indicuttt. Continue reading “Artist On The Rise: Rahiem Supreme Interview (Video)”
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin Features Antlia & Synth Vibes
Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is onYeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin. The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Citrin” first surfaced earlier this month, its new interpretation of the most well-known adidas Yeezy silhouette was a breath of fresh air, one that deviated somewhat from the line’s heavy use of tonal palettes. Now, we have our best look yet at these new 350s, and it’s safe to say that they strike an interesting balance between fresh and familiar. Continue reading “Studio 3: Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin| Review/Giveaway”
Pushing his versatility, ear for production, and lyricism in his direction. REBAL HUE’s creative director and head editor Asia J meets Landover, MD rapper Kae-9 for a Q&A.
With this year’s early release of Kae-9 latest single Hol’ Up (The Paradigm) there is a greater range of flows explored, a greater range of tones discovered, and a sharper focus throughout the song. When asked to describe his musical style, Kae-9 said “it’s a bit of conscious [rap].” He didn’t want to commit into
saying the music he creates is street music because he doesn’t rap much about the streets. One thing that stood out in response to this question was Kae-9 saying “I like to say something that means something. I ‘don’t like to waste words.” That is an important to admire from an artist. Kae-9 grew up with a musical background gifted by his estranged father’s side of the family such as grandfather playing in a band, his aunt that sings R&B and including his grandmother keeping him the church growing up. Creating music and being apart of music has been a natural environment for him. Check-out this exclusive interview below.
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”
A New Colorway For The Return Of The Nike Air Flightposite
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”
Jordan 6 | Infrared:“Black Cat”-inspired Jordan 6 from Social Status to a special colorway of Russell Westbrook’s court-ready Why Not Zer0.2.
Studio 3 is back from with another sneaker review none other than the Jordan 6 Infrared. According to Sneaker News, The highlight of the Jumpman’s plans for this illustrious weekend is undoubtedly the return of the beloved Air Jordan
6 “Infrared” equipped with its OG “Nike Air” heel hit. Combining a primarily black upper with notes of Infrared on its sole, lace stays, and heel this 1991 original has been a fan-favorite amongst Jordan fanatics for the better part of three decades.