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Diamond Supply Co. x Wiz Khalifa In-Store Release Recap

Posted in Accessories, Celebrity Endorsers, Clothing, Events with tags , , , , on August 28, 2010 by The Goodie Bag

Last Friday, Diamond Supply Co. released their collaborative t-shirt and hat that they did with Wiz Khalifa in-store and online.  We were some of the lucky few that we’re able to purchase as the street was crazy with people camping outside of the store and there was a line that went all the way around the block.  We heard that Diamond’s online store suffered a similar fate; the server crashed for over 2 hours because of so much activity.  Needless to say, they sold out within the first hour.  Although, Wiz wasn’t able to stay at the shop too long for the meet-and-greet a lot of people really appreciated how friendly and easy to speak with he was.  SkeeTV and various other media were on the scene to capture the action, so stay tuned for further updates from the release.

Diamond Supply Co.
451 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
United States of America
(1-323)-966-5970

SOURCE: Diamond Supply Co.

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9Five + Jersey Shore = Oil & Water

Posted in Accessories, Celebrity Endorsers with tags , , , on August 24, 2010 by fonkee1

The homies at 9Five have recently garnered attention from super Eye-Candy website, COED Magazine. We at The Goodie Bag have nothing personally against the Jersey Shore cast, and actually it is one of our guilty pleasures. However, 9Five’s response is still hilarious!

Manny Pacquiao x Bloc28 Mad Mickey

Posted in Celebrity Endorsers, Design, Product Launches, Sports, Toys with tags , , , , , , , on July 22, 2010 by fonkee1

Per the Creative Minds at MINDStyle.com:

“In celebration of Team Pacquiao opening their new store in Robinson Mall, Manila Philippines on August 8, 2010. We are pleased to announce the pre-release at this years San Diego Comic Con. A limited amount of figures available each day. The figures come in a beautiful packaged gift box together in a Team Paquiao shopping bag. The figures include a collectors card for SDCC only, we have made sure that the collectible set comes with the matching card numbers. These highly collectible figures are only available in the USA, officially at SDCC or at Team Pacquiao Stores in the Philippines. Limited to 300 of each respective figure. The Philippines exclusives will be available for USD $250 for each respective figure with the pair available at MINDstyle’s Booth #4437 for USD $500.”

Crossing fingers for this weekend that spare Comic Con passes come my way!!!

Trey Songz In Brooklyn Bandit Jeans

Posted in Celebrity Endorsers, Fashion, Videos with tags , , , , , on March 30, 2010 by The Goodie Bag

Our good friends A and Niket over at Brooklyn Bandit have been getting some amazing press lately with their denim brand.  They recently had the opportunity to join the Blueprint 3 Tour with Jay-Z, Trey Songz, and Jeezy.  Trey Songz has been a great supporter for the brand and in the Atlanta lag of the tour he was wearing the “Manila Jean” from their Fall / Winter 2009 collection.

Nike Pacquiao Destroyer

Posted in Celebrity Endorsers, Clothing with tags , , , on March 9, 2010 by MASTER + COMMANDER

In time for this weekend’s Pacquiao-Clottey bout in Cowboy Stadium, Nike is continuing its influx of Pacman fan wear with its release of the Pacquiao Destroyer jacket. Notably, the Destroyer jacket by Nike has only been graced by a few select projects. Special Destroyers have been made for Tokyo, London and New York City – but to serve a boxing superstar, Nike went through the task of creating the Pacquiao Destroyer. At the moment there are no specified retailers carrying the Destroyer, but as the fight date draws nearer, one would only hope Nike will release a location.

Manny Pacquiao x Nike For The AW77

Posted in Celebrity Endorsers, Clothing with tags , , , , on March 5, 2010 by MASTER + COMMANDER

Nike Sportswear releases its latest piece under the Manny Pacquiao Label – the MP AW77 hoodie. Many other celebrities have had their own series of the AW77 hoodie, most notably, Kobe Bryant, Maria Sharapova, Rafael Nadal, Lebron James and the list goes on. This hoodie is highly regarded from its use of Japanese cotton and creation in the Loopwheeler factory. This piece comes in time for the next Pacquiao bout against Clottey on March 13, 2010 at Cowboy Stadium in Dallas, Texas – the Cinderella story continues.

SOURCE: Freshness Mag

Nero Laced With Bloodbath

Posted in Celebrity Endorsers with tags , , , , , on January 25, 2010 by The Goodie Bag

Nero was recently laced with some Bloodbath gear for a photoshoot that he just had a few days back. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Nero, get familiar! Rappers often fixate on the term “lyrical” both on and off record. It’s a choice word to rhyme with “miracle” but few MC’s in today’s overcrowded game live up to such a description as does Nero, the 16 year old Harlemite. Queens bred in 1993, hip-hop has been something that was always in his blood.

Having released the golden era tribute ‘Alive & Vibrant’ in January 2009 and it’s reissue entitled ‘Alive & Vibrant: Relive The Moment’ in July of the same year, it seems only right that his real debut is painted over production from the age he was born in, built by those he grew up listening. The project, estimated to have been downloaded over ten thousand times, boasts original features from the likes of Chip Tha Ripper, Truck North, Hassaan Mackey and others, has been picked up by such blogs and websites as HipHopDX, NahRight, 2DopeBoyz, OnSMASH, illRoots and countless others. One site has praised ‘A&V’ for its “vintage sound”, comparing the project to Nas’ highy acclaimed debut album, ‘Illmatic’, while mixtape mecca RapMullet states that Nero is “a definite MC to be checking for”. Two music videos have been released for ‘A&V’, including ‘Buck Em Down’ which won an award for “Best Music” in the 2009 Westport Youth Film Festival.

What’s next for young Nero? A lot. His new music is poised to make ‘Alive & Vibrant’ seem like only a prefix as Nero challenges himself, expanding both his musical and lyrical landscapes on a unique and completely different canvas than its predicate.