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London Suburban Swag…

Sunday, June 1st, 2014


I was type frosty on the PoloRL Wimbledon collection this year simply because I haven’t really aced an outfit yet from the series.

The pieces are mmm-kay. Nothing too crazy which is prA’Li due to the games being played in England and British swag generaly being more bland than everything else. Still I saw a couple of I.T.’s I might would consider if the fLOurishments presented themselves…



The ballboy jacket and the crewneck sweatshirt are both clean and sharp at the same time. Now if only there were some kicks that would fux with these pieces.

Oh snap!!! adidas did the damn thing and dropped some tennis shoes to pay homage to the matches at Wimbledon. Well played adidas. Well played.



And by well played I mean the Rod Laver. Leather upper and suede toe cap? I know my man Dirty Jerz is copping two(2) pairs minimum. THIS is a championship Rod Laver.

By the way adidas, I’ma pretend you didn’t put this Forest Hills into the Wimbledon pack since this shoe clearly belongs in a U.S. Open pack.


Maybe next year adidas drops a ‘Grand Slam’ pack with the Rod Laver, Stan Smith, Forest Hills and Grand Prix styles? How about it adidas?

Get Ready For Combat…

Friday, March 21st, 2014


“You think you know the history of New York Hip Hop? You really don’t know jack until you talk to Jessica Rosenblum. Hear her talk about her role in opening the downtown NYC nightlife scene to Russell Simmons, Lyor Cohen, the Beastie Boys and LL Cool J. Listen as she shares about her role in making a then unknown Sean “Diddy” Combs into a household name. Learn as she walks us through what really happened that fateful night at the tragic CCNY event and why she wasn’t responsible. Marvel at how she decided to build Funk Master Flex into the brand that he is today. Take in her close and meaningful relationship with the late, great Chris Lighty. We only scratched the surface as to this woman’s integral role in contributing to this culture, but this episode’s lessons is an important and mostly overlooked in this thing we call rap.

PLUS: Dallas Penn shares how he single handedly broke the Internets with his ingenious execution of Pologate.”

Combat Jack

Too Black, Too Strong…

Monday, March 10th, 2014


Reginald Hudlin went hard in the paint with this Black Panther animated series. I nominate this series to be required viewing for all Black boys from 9 to 90 years old.

Watch Captain America get his ass handed to him when he pays an unauthorized visit to Wakanda

Ban Mac Lamar…

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014


Let’s be clear about this one fact… Dallas Penn and Black people as a collective are the LEAST homophobic people on the planet. This is a fact. I do not have a phobia of homosexuals. Sure, I enjoy playing the pause [ll] game, but that shit is just fun. I do not fear gheys tho’ because they aren’t the problem.

Macklemore is the natural progression of rap music in the hands of capitalistic corporations. Do you think capitalism really cares about ghey rights, civil rights or human rights for that matter? Hells nah. They are marching us towards the day when people will pay a premium to own children. That’s right, I said OWN children. Like Madonna and all of her Black babies.

Madonna can afford to adopt African babies tho’ and pay the tariffs imposed for moving those children across borders and oceans. The rest of us won’t be that fortunate. Macklemore, Ellen deGeneres and the ghey media are all tools for capitalism and certainly not the rights of ghey, lezbird, RuPauls and transmetrosexual people.

But Macklemore is definitely a scourge to people who have no idea what Hip-Hop really is. He is a watered down pop music artist who has copied the mannerisms of the greatest entertainers before him. He sucks because he is a biter. Macklemore is unoriginal. Macklemore is counterfeit. Never mention Macklemore’s name in the same vein of Hip-Hop.


Get Ready For Combat…

Thursday, February 20th, 2014


On the latest episode of the Combat Jack Show I offered some sage advice to Black male teens for the times they find themselves without the ‘relative’ safety of their homes…

No More Fingerguns.

Fingerguns are fine within the confines of your home or your friends (see Chief Keff video screenshots) but outside of the home they are fearsome and threatening. Michael Dunn was prA’Li a racist already but when he saw those fingerguns pointed at him he felt a kind of ways and took action.

Unfortunately for his life, Jordan Davis and his friends had no real guns to put in their fingers. Stay tuned for more information like this on the Combat Jack Show.