The Kia Optima has been mocked, jeered and taunted by Blake Griffin fans for a full year now after getting dunked on at last year's All-Star contest. Finally, the Optima got up the confidence for a little payback.
With the help of dunkologist Jeff Goldblum, Funny or Die and Kia got Griffin to stand in front of a steep ramp that the Kia will launch off of and lightly drop the ball into the hoop. The result was even better than the Optima could have hoped. Enjoy.
Saturday, 25 February 2012 21:21 Written by Jasmine
The first in a series of films by Louis Vuitton presenting cities through gender. Hong Kong is a woman is poetic, nostalgic presents the iconic brand in an intimate casual setting while always conveying its luxury appeal.
Simply genius! Checkout the amazing visual and soundtrack directed by Jean Claude Thiboult. Enjoy.
A$AP Rocky and the entire A$AP Mob hit Atlanta for a afternoon full of interviews and a sold-out show at Masquerade.
Checkout and watch for his new album coming this summer. Enjoy.
BMW officially revealed the new generation of its M6 range this past Saturday and now we have the first video footage of both the Coupe and Convertible variants, courtesy of the folks over at the m5board forums.
Before you make the jump to watch the two clips though, we should tell you that you won't have the chance to hear the sounds of the new M6's twin-turbocharged V8 engine just yet as both videos come with a background music. [Watch & Read More]
The New York Knicks had us sighing and shouting “come on!” in front of our televisions for the majority of the game last night. Trailing by as much as 12 points in the fourth quarter, we couldn’t help but believe Linsanity had to roll on.
So, thanks to an impressive defensive effort from rookie Iman Shumpert, who came up with huge defensive stops late in the fourth, Lin was able to set himself up for the game winning three pointer that none of us expected. Absolutely crazy. Enjoy.
On Saturday, legendary singer Whitney Houston suffered a tragic death, and tonight Piers Morgan is joined by a panel of music insiders that knew her best. Singer-songwriter Chaka Khan first recorded the single I'm Every Woman, a song Houston took to new heights 15 years later.
Calling the late star her "little sister," Chaka Khan questions the decision to proceed with Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party just hours after Houston's passing: "I thought that was complete insanity," Chaka Khan tells Morgan.
PETA is known for its provocative ads--many of them featuring women in various states of undress--that aim to draw attention (however indirectly) to animal rights.
But their latest ad, a Valentine's Day video that warns women about the "dangers" of their boyfriends' burgeoning veganism, may have crossed a line. Check it out.
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 16:33 Written by Sean
A year after sharing screen in a music video for Grammy-nominated single Look at Me Now, Busta Rhymes and Chris Brown reunite in a clip for the former's single Why Stop Now.
Busta is swarmed by locust before he himself transforms into one of them. Meanwhile, Breezy spits his angry lyrics and busts a move in a dimly-lit den. Enjoy.
This is great look for our boy Arthur McArthur, the producer responsible for MMG Untouchable. Earlier this morning, Rick Ross dropped off new SpiffTV-directed visuals for his Rich Forever track. Timbaland makes a surprise cameo in this one.
Come to think of it, the beat does have a throwback Timbo feel to it. Enjoy.
Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Cassie unleashes the official video to her new single, King of Hearts. Following a few previews and the song’s debut last week, the singer delivers an eye-catching visual for the uptempo-electro anthem.
Here’s the first look from Cassie’s upcoming sophomore album, think she’s back? Let us know and watch above. Purchase “King of Hearts" on iTunes now.