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The Women’s Nike Air Force 1 Shadow Appears With “Malachite” Swooshes

The Nike Air Force 1 Shadow has been delivering fashion-forward styles for women for two years now. For its latest proposition, the statement-making model has appeared in a predominantly “Photon Dust” makeup accompanied by “Malachite” and other tones.

Autumn-friendly grey and black divvy up the synthetic leather upper, with the latter color taking over swoosh prints at the profiles. A rich green (“Malachite”) animates the superimposed logo at the profiles, as well as top layers on the Achilles’ heel and detailing on the tongue label. Lace dubraes follow suit, while the modified Air Force 1‘s non-standard components along the tongue and at the intersection between the spine and midsole opt for a vibrant and contrasting light blue. Underfoot, sole units round out the shoe in all-white.

Official Nike.com launch details haven’t been disclosed, but that’s likely to change soon. In the meantime, enjoy images of the women’s shoes ahead.

Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” is set to release for the whole family on December 11th.

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Nike Air Force 1 Shadow “Photon Dust/Malachite”
Release Date: 2021

Color: Photon Dust/Malachite/Black

Womens: $110
Style Code: CI0919-004

Images: Nike

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Lil Nas X ‘Feels Bad’ for DaBaby Amid Rolling Loud Homophobia Controversy

Lil Nas X is GQ’s Musician of the Year after having a successful 2021, which saw the 22-year-old place 11 simultaneous hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart off his debut album, Montero, which charted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. In the corresponding interview for Lil Nas’ achievement, published Monday (Nov. 15), the rapper discussed getting beat out by Drake for a No. 1 album and writing about his family issues on the record. He also took a brief moment to discuss DaBaby’s homophobic comments controversy.

Interviewer and Slave Play playwright Jeremy O. Harris spoke with Lil Nas X and told him that he’s a part of the “hyper-masculine breakdowns” that are happening within the hip-hop industry as of late. “I think that’s certainly true. I’m not going to lie, I feel bad for DaBaby,” Lil Nas said. “I hope he grows from it. I hope he’s able to. But I don’t know. The whole landscape is very hyper-masculine. It’s so great and so amazing that all these female rappers are breaking through. And, in a way, female rappers are the biggest rappers right now.”

Lil Nas touched on other rappers throughout the interview and revealed how he felt about losing the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 to Drake’s Certified Lover Boy. “I did feel like that [I had to work harder]. Then I got out of it, and all I thought about was how blessed I am. About where I was three years ago. Nobody even thought that I would be here. Everybody was like, ‘One-hit-wonder this, one-hit-wonder that.’ And now it’s amazing that my competition was Drake,” the 22-year-old reflected. “Drake, with this huge album and the most first-week sales of the year. Plus, Drake’s my idol. There are too many other wins to be upset.”

During a personal moment in the interview, the rapper also spoke about how tough it was for him to talk about his family issues on Montero, but later reconsidered after evaluating the type of relationship he wanted to have with his fans during the pandemic.

“It was a difficult decision because initially, when I came into the music industry, I never wanted anything about my family life or home life to be out there,” he shared. “But then, as the pandemic was going on, I was kind of thinking, We’re all human beings. We all have similar experiences. I’m sure there’s somebody out there with the exact same situation as me. So I might as well open up my life. I want to build a fan base of honesty and authenticity. And I was like, I have to go there. When I feel like I shouldn’t do it, I feel like that’s when I should definitely go for it.”

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Scott Clayton Joins UTA as Co-Head of Global Music Division

Veteran music agent Scott Clayton has joined UTA as co-head of its global music division and as a partner. Clayton joins UTA after departing WME as reported by Billboard in late October.

Clayton will join existing UTA global music co-heads Sam Kirby Yoh and David Zedeck in his leadership role with each helming major music hubs in New York, Los Angeles and Nashville. 

“We are excited to have Scott join us as a Co-Head of the music group. He is a relentless champion for his clients, and we know that he will bring that same energy to UTA,” said Kirby Yoh and Zedeck in a joint statement. “He is a dedicated leader who has played a significant role in building so many people’s careers and we look forward to collaborating with him as we continue to build our team and do great work for our clients.”

Throughout his career, Clayton has worked with John Mayer, Zac Brown Band, Kings of Leon, Dead & Company, Train, My Morning Jacket, Michael Franti, Rodrigo y Gabriela and many others. He worked at CAA for 17 years as a co-head of their Nashville office, served as the co-chair with the Mayor of Nashville of the city’s Music City Music Council, and is a member of the Nashville Public Radio Board of Directors. 

“Scott is the epitome of what we look for in a leader at UTA: he is a strong advocate for artists and has a long history of supporting and mentoring colleagues,” said UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer in a release. “Sam and David have done a great job building a world-class team and we are very excited for Scott to join us as we continue to grow our music practice.”

In 2017, Clayton rocked Nashville when he quit CAA to work for cross-town rival WME. In June 2020, Clayton was promoted to co-head of WME’s music division along with Kirk Sommer in Los Angeles and Lucy Dickins in London when Marc Geiger and Sara Newkirk Simon left the roles. 

“Over the past few years, I have witnessed the incredible job UTA has done to expand and elevate the music department,” Clayton said in a release. “Sam, David, and the team have shown true innovation and leadership during this unprecedented time and have really delivered for their artists across all genres. I am very excited to be joining a company that has built a culture that is grounded in transparency with colleagues and in service to clients.”

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10 Cool New Pop Songs to Get You Through The Week: Shamir, Blu DeTiger, Mitski & More

Looking for some motivation to help power you through the start of another work week? We feel you, and with some stellar new pop tunes, we’ve got you covered.

These 10 tracks from artists like Shamir, Blu DeTiger, Mitski and more will get you energized to take on the week. Pop any of these gems into your personal playlists — or scroll to the end of the post for a custom playlist of all 10.

Nilüfer Yanya, “Stabilise”

Twenty-six-year-old English singer-songwriter Nilüfer Yanya released her debut album, Miss Universe, in 2019 and a three-song EP last December; come Mar. 4, she will share her second full-length, Painless. “Stabilise” is a promising lead single, with driving production built around a rapid riff that underscores the message of being in a one-person race to save yourself. — Lyndsey Havens

Shamir, “Cisgender”

Following a Weeknd-esque ominous introduction, “Cisgender” quickly evolves into a song only Shamir could have crafted. With songwriting that holds a mirror to the spectrum of sexuality, supported by edgy and industrial production, Shamir kicks the song to a higher plane around the 3:25 minute mark when he unleashes a window-shattering high note that will have listeners listening back. — L.H.

Mitski, “The Only Heartbreaker”

Following Mitski’s return with the pensive “Working For the Knife,” last week the indie star announced her upcoming sixth album, Laurel Hell, and released a new single, “The Only Heartbreaker.” The more uptempo, glimmering track showcases Mitski’s crisp vocals that are the main course to the song’s crushing instrumental end — the cherry on top. — L.H.

Gracie Abrams, “The Bottom”

Gracie Abrams’ new project This Is What It Feels Like should continue her rapid rise toward the indie-pop elite thanks to the high-quality songwriting on tracks like “The Bottom,” on which Abrams warns a suitor of her many flaws while hopscotching across a collection of sublime melodies. — Jason Lipshutz

Blu DeTiger, “Blondes”

“Blondes,” Blu DeTiger’s first official release since signing to Capitol Records, carries the sound of an artist ready to command a bigger stage, as well as leave home after too long in lockdown. “I’ve been looking for something to make me feel alive,” the sing-songwriter declares in falsetto, flaunting ample swagger over the post-disco production and getting ready to make some noise. — J.L.

Speedy Ortiz, “Speedy Ortiz”

The Death of Speedy Ortiz & Cop Kicker… Forever boasts remixed and remastered versions of some of Sadie Dupuis’ earliest songs as the mastermind of Speedy Ortiz, giving enduring jams like “Speedy Ortiz” the sonic facelift (and wonderfully eccentric accompanying visual!) they deserve. — J.L.

The Jaws of Brooklyn, “Fever”

Last year, Radio Raheem’s Zia Uddin, Paul Christofferson and Bryan Cohen linked up with singer Lindsay Love during the pandemic, forming The Jaws of Brooklyn as a new soul-influenced rock outfit. “Fever” is an impressive first step forward, with Love’s fiery delivery nicely bouncing off Cohen’s electric riffs. — J.L.

Peach Pit, “Look Out!”

Peach Pit has come a long way since making a name for themselves in the indie scene with singles “Seventeen” and “Alrighty Aphrodite.” The Canadian rockers are back after a brief hiatus with “Look Out!” — a bright track that sees the group dabbling into the more acoustic elements of their sweet sound, with folk-inspired guitar leading the song’s instrumental. It’s a nice tease of what’s to come when its third album arrives next year. — Starr Bowenbank

MØ, “Brad Pitt”

MØ’s pop sensibilities are stronger than ever, and what better way to expand said sensibilities than by referencing moments in actual pop culture? “Brad Pitt” finds the Danish singer-songwriter lamenting on a love that appears doomed from the start, and name-drops long-ago Hollywood couple Juliette Lewis and Brad Pitt. The lyrics sit beautifully on top of melancholic synths and meticulous guitar work, a most pleasing companion to MØ’s languid vocal delivery. — S.B.

Foster the People, “Downtown”

With the 10th anniversary re-release of Foster the People’s debut album Torches, fans were finally treated to “Downtown,” one of the darker and more intense songs in the band’s early discography. The piano and synth-driven track features Foster passionately singing about losing a friend to bad decisions, which builds into a power crescendo near the song’s end and provides a warning to his listeners: “There are consequences (for your actions).” — S.B.

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Alt-J add more shows to their 2022 UK and Ireland headline tour

Alt-J have added more shows to their 2022 UK and Ireland headline tour, with extra dates in London and Dublin announced.

READ MORE: Every single Mercury Prize winner: what happened next?

The trio will now play two shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on May 19 and the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on May 23 as part of their ‘The Dream’ Tour. Tickets are on sale now.

The band will be hitting the road in support of fourth album ‘The Dream’ which is out February 11, 2022. Check out the tour dates below.

Alt-J will play:

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7 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom

9 – Leeds, O2 Academy
13 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
18 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
19 – London, O2 Academy Brixton *just added*
22 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre
23 – Dublin, Olympia Theatre *just added*
25 – Belfast, The Telegraph Building
27 – Birmingham, O2 Academy

We’ve added extra London and Dublin dates to our UK and Ireland tour, available on the link here: https://t.co/BAbKVPrhYO pic.twitter.com/UUp3g7vcQp

— Δ (alt-J) (@alt_J) November 12, 2021

Alt-J have already released a couple of singles from the record, with ‘U&ME’ coming in September and ‘Get Better’ being released last week.

Speaking about the record, frontman Joe Newman explained how it’s been influenced by “a lot of harrowing things” that have happened to the group.

During the interview, Newman explained how one unreleased track, ‘Losing My Mind’, sees him delving into the mind of a serial killer.

“I try to avoid talking about it too much, but a friend of mine’s sister was murdered,” he explained. “It was really a horrible thing to go through as a group of friends, but I think I’ve always been kind of drawn to that in some kind of weird, traumatic way.”

Elsewhere ‘U&ME’ is about “having a good time, togetherness, and the feeling in life that nothing could be any better than it is right now” while ‘Get Better’ is about “the true horrors of what COVID-19 could do”.

Alt-J’s previous album ‘Relaxer‘ was released in 2017 and a remix version followed in 2018.

Earlier this year, the band formed part of an “isolation choir” to raise money for the Help Musicians charity alongside London-based vocal collective Shards.

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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Reveals Deconstructed Converse Pro Leather Collaboration

Among the most fashionable in the NBA, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is joining Converse for further collaborative efforts. The athlete’s next up, which is set atop the beloved Pro Leather silhouette, opts for a deconstructed aesthetic akin to that of Japanese fashion label COMME des GARÇONS.

Even at a glance, the influences are evident, as the shoe’s paneling is warped and contorted like the Air Force 1 that hit the runway last year. The eye stays and toe cap, for example, overextend passed their stitch in the very same manner, each edge rounded out as if cut with haste. Things gradually fade to normalcy elsewhere, though, save for along the forefoot’s side whose quilted texture is unlike the smoother leathers immediately behind. Elsewhere, the branding is done up in standard overlays, complementing the small debossing along the tongue, the “Sail” colored sole is given platform height, and the silken lining is dressed with a playful all-over print.

For a look at everything mentioned, see below. As of right now, a release date is TBD, so sit tight for further updates.

In other news, the Aleali May Air Jordan 4 was unveiled to be inspired by the stylist’s father.

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The Nike Offline Pack Persists With Two New Tonal Colorways

Introduced during the peak of quarantine, Nike Offline is a tangible reminder that one should pay attention to their mental health. And, if need be, unplug, disconnect, and do nothing in an effort to “recharge.” Today, despite things gradually becoming better and better, the series is no less important; soon, it’ll even offer another sequel, which arrives by way of two distinct tonal colorways.

This silhouette is a much heavier departure from the original. Gone are the slides and mules, replaced by a slip-on shoe that is somewhat reminiscent of the Nike ACG Moc. The upper, however, is far more padded, encasing every part of the foot with cushioning. Laces, then, loosely fasten over top, accenting adjacent to a large printed Swoosh and a series of quilt-like stitching. Below, the tooling from the first model makes a return alongside the interchangeable insoles.

For a closer look at the the two pairs, see below. According to EU retailers, a release date is set for November 29th; Nike.com and US stockists should follow suit.

In other news, have you seen the latest SGA Converse Pro Leather?

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Nike Offline “Enamel Green”
Release Date: 2021

Color: Enamel Green/Healing Jade-Enamel Green

Mens: $120
Style Code: CT3290-300

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Nike Offline “Cool Grey”
Release Date: 2021

Color: Cool Grey/Dark Grey-Cool Grey

Mens: $120
Style Code: CT3290-002

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Chaka Khan and Stephanie Mills Set For Holiday Edition of Verzuz Battle

Chaka Khan and Stephanie Mills will be the next to battle via Verzuz for a special holiday edition. The duel featuring the two R&B legends will take place on Nov. 18, and will be live from The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. EST.

The Verzuz official Twitter account dropped the exciting news Saturday night calling the event a “holiday special for the queens.”

A night for the QUEENS!! Chaka Khan vs Stephanie Mills LIVE from LA! 11/18 5PM PT
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This special Holiday #VERZUZ is brought to you by #HallmarkMahogany. Use code Sign & Send™, to drop a handwritten note into a real Mahogany card this Holiday Season. pic.twitter.com/x4enN0yfOL

— VERZUZ (@verzuzonline) November 14, 2021

Fans can see Khan and Mills go head to head by purchasing tickets at Verzuztv.com or catching the livestream on Triller and Instagram Live.

Verzuz also recently announced a battle between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Three 6 Mafia, who will be head-to-head in early December and will also stream live from Los Angeles.

Both shows have been in the works for quite some time now, with Mills mentioning the struggle to arrange the ordeal back in June. While promoting her music on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, Mills mentioned that her team had tried to reach out to Timbaland and Swizz Beatz to set up the battle between her and Khan.

Mills took to Twitter to share the Verzuz flyer and encouraged fans to tune in saying, “My sister @ChakaKhan and I are spreading love and positive vibe, with amazing music. This is truly for the #Culture.”

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Adele Rules Hot 100 for Fourth Week; Post Malone & The Weeknd, Silk Sonic Debut in Top 10

Adele’s “Easy on Me” adds a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

Plus, Ed Sheeran boasts two simultaneous top five Hot 100 hits for the first time, as “Bad Habits” and “Shivers” ranks at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

Meanwhile, two tracks debut in the Hot 100’s top 10: Post Malone and The Weeknd’s “One Right Now,” at No. 6, and “Smokin Out the Window” by Silk Sonic, the tandem of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, at No. 8.

The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated Nov. 20) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 16). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

“Easy on Me,” released Oct. 14 on Columbia Records, drew 78.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 12%) and 23.6 million U.S. streams (down 8%) and sold 14,600 downloads (down 7%) in the Nov. 5-11 tracking week, according to MRC Data.

The ballad leads the Streaming Songs chart for a fourth week, rises from No. 2 for a second week atop Digital Song Sales and holds at its No. 2 high on Radio Songs.

Notably, the song is the first to simultaneously top two of the Hot 100’s three component charts and rank as high as No. 2 on the other in exactly a year, since 24kGldn’s “Mood,” featuring iann dior, led both Radio Songs and Streaming Songs and held the runner-up spot on Digital Song Sales on the surveys dated Nov. 21, 2020. (No title has crowned all three tallies at the same time since Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” featuring Justin Bieber, for five weeks in July-August 2017.)

The Kid LAROI and Bieber’s “Stay” keeps at No. 2 on the Hot 100, after seven weeks at No. 1, as it leads Radio Songs for a ninth week (89.2 million, down less than 1%).

Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s “Industry Baby” repeats at No. 3 on the Hot 100, three weeks after it led the list. It adds a 12th week atop both the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, which use the same multi-metric methodology as the Hot 100.

The track also ascends to No. 1 on the Pop Airplay chart, where it becomes Lil Nas X’s second leader, after “Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” for a week in July, and Harlow’s first.

Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” holds at No. 4 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 2, and his “Shivers” rises 6-5 for a new high. The latter becomes his sixth top five hit, as he charts top five entries simultaneously for the first time. Both songs are from his album =, which a week earlier launched as his fourth No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Post Malone and The Weeknd’s “One Right Now” bounds onto the Hot 100 at No. 6, with 23.3 million airplay audience impressions, 17.3 million streams and 12,800 sold in its first week, following its Nov. 5 release. It begins at No. 3 on Digital Song Sales, No. 5 on Streaming Songs and No. 30 on Radio Songs.

The track debuts as Post Malone’s 10th Hot 100 top 10, and first since “Circles,” which became his fourth No. 1 in November 2019, and The Weeknd’s 14th top 10.

Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” dips 5-7 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 3. It dominates the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for an 18th week.

“Smokin Out the Window” by Silk Sonic, the twosome of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, debuts at No. 8 on the Hot 100, with 21 million streams, 5.9 million in airplay audience and 9,300 sold in its first week, following its Nov. 5 arrival. It bows No. 3 on Streaming Songs and No. 8 on Digital Song Sales.

The collab, which contributes to the chart histories of both artists, is Mars’ 18th Hot 100 top 10 and Anderson .Paak’s second, after their “Leave the Door Open,” which spent two weeks at No. 1 in April-May. Both songs (as well as “Skate,” which debuted and peaked at No. 14 on the Hot 100 in August) are from the pair’s album An Evening With Silk Sonic, released Friday (Nov. 12).

“Window” concurrently opens at No. 1 on the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs chart, where it’s Mars’ fourth leader and Anderson .Paak’s second, after “Door.” (“Skate” glided to No. 3 on the survey.)

Rounding out the Hot 100’s top 10, Doja Cat’s “Need to Know” slips to No. 9 from its No. 8 best and Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” holds at its No. 10 high, a week after it completed the longest trip (42 weeks) to the top 10 in the chart’s history. The latter rules the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for an eighth week each.

Again, for all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated Nov. 20), including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 16).

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SZA halts gig after fan passes out and addresses Astroworld tragedy

SZA halted a recent concert after a fan passed out in the crowd at Salt Lake City.

The rapper – real name Solána Imani Rowe – stopped the show and instructed stagehands to bring water to those in need in the crowd.

Addressing the crowd she said: “I’ve played concerts where people have passed out..also wait more water, [to security] do I have personal water in the back? Just bring all the water, I don’t care.”

She also addressed recent events at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival which resulted in the deaths of 10 people including most recently, nine-year-old Ezra Blount.

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most humble down to earth human. loved every second of this show#sza #astroworld #travisscott #fyp #staysafe #peaceandlove

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“Some may think, ‘Hey people pass out all the time’ blah blah but people don’t die at concerts all the time,” SZA said. “None of us should ever…we’ll never forget that and it’s shaping and shifting the way you do things forever, which is a good thing. So I’m glad we’ll look after each other. Thank you for being patient.”

Two days before the tragedy SZA brought Scott out on stage for one of her concerts in Houston to perform their collaborative track ‘Love Galore‘. She also performed at Astroworld ahead of the tragedy.

Since the events, Scott has asked the families of those impacted to get in touch via email. The statement, shared by his team, said: “He is distraught by the situation and desperately wishes to share his condolences and provide aid to them as soon as possible, but wants to remain respectful of each family’s wishes on how they’d best like to be connected.”

Scott has said he will pay for the funeral costs of victims of the Astroworld incident, and has partnered with counselling app BetterHelp to provide online therapy for those in need.

In the wake of the tragedy, lawsuits have continued to grow against Scott, festival promoters Live Nation, and more, with more than 90 being filed by attendees while experts have claimed that Astroworld organisers “weren’t prepared” for the huge crowd.

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Nike Puts Swooshes In Swooshes For Their Latest Take On The Air Force 1

Nike makes it very clear how much they love their Swoosh. And with this upcoming Air Force 1, the brand somehow makes that even more apparent, as they layer not the paneling but the logo itself.

The additions are rather few in number. Much of the construction seems to mimic the “Triple White,” deviating very little from its texture and hue. The side check, however, is far from ordinary, its blue finish carved into to create yet another instance of branding. And off to the side, only a few spaces away, another smaller Swoosh accompanies in a cool tone identical to its larger counterpart.

Rounded out with extra hits of blue, these Air Force 1s are sure to hit Nike.com and select retailers relatively soon. Sit tight for updates, official images, and more.

In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 11 Cool Grey are here.

Nike Air Force 1
Release Date: Upcoming 2021

Photo: @fxxkvlogvi

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“Oski” Confirms Full Family-Sizing Release Of His Nike SB Dunk “Great White Shark” For Early 2022

Having recently celebrated his 25th birthday, Swedish skateboarder, Oskar “Oski” Rozenberg, has shared various teaser shots of his next Nike SB Dunk “Great White Shark” collaboration. In addition to up-close imagery he’s posted on social media, the Malmö-native reached out to us folks at Sneaker News with exclusive photos, as well as to confirm that his next joint-effort with the Swoosh will release in early 2022 and in full family-sizing.

Akin to his Nike SB collaboration from December 2019, the upcoming sneakers feature the aforementioned aquatic predator at the profiles instead of swoosh logos. The remainder of the model swaps black leather for a white variant that plays into the pair’s theme a lot closer. As with initial images of the skate-ready Nike Dunk, “Oski”‘s latest gallery confirms a number of ruby-colored details throughout the shoes. An additional set of red laces are also included with the pair, which highlight branding on the tongue, stitching on the midsole and the shark graphics’ mouth. Yet, what’s revealed via the new batch of images is that Little Kid and Toddler sizing of the collaboration will arrive as SB Dunk Lows and not Highs. Adults who prefer the low-top version may eventually be treated, but only time will tell.

Enjoy photos of the latest “Great White Shark” project by “Oski” here below, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch in the first half of 2022.

For more from under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out official release details for the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” arriving on December 11th.

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