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word to the NBA lockout… PAC DIV links up with PHITEN titanium necklaces and unleashes the video to “STILL FLEXIN”. The video has some nice eye candy and it also has a few NBA stars that aint got *ish else to do… they damn sure aint hoopin no time soon!! LOL!! 


–  @kreativsole    @teeLARGE


If you came in Kreativ.Sole around November – January then you MOST DEFINITELY heard this song!!!!! Give Fitch ( @ifitch101 ) the credit for gettin us hooked on this banger from Big Seans official hypeman/homeboy  SayItAintTone.  Most of the video was shot at Revive Boutique in Michigan. 

*sidenote: If you find a Louis Vuitton Condom, let me know.. hahah!! 

Here’s the latest video from the Westside homie DOM Kennedy. We been rockin with Dom for awhile now and his 2 last mixtapes “From Westside with Love” and “The Original Dom Kennedy” are both bangers in the shop!

Most people know that Tee wears alot of PlayCloths ( owner of KS ) and is a huge fan of THE CLIPSE. So its only right we through this post up. Pusha T.. 1 half of THE CLIPSE kicks off his solo movement today with the release of his mixtape ” FEAR OF GOD”. We been playing it in the shop all day and its straight fire!!!!!!!!!!!




Shoutout to KS homies @the_underdog84 & @InkpressAnthem for putting us onto PAC DIV almost 2 years ago! These dudes can really spit waaaaaay past official

The west coast trio ( Like, Mibbs & BeYoung) released there CRAAAAZY new mixtape, “MANIA” an we been playing it for 3 days straight here in Kreativ.Sole !!

download “MANIA” here!!! *Sidenote* I neeeeed this Diamond Supply floor mat!!!!!

Hit up @pacdiv @likepacdiv on twitter!



DOM KENNEDY rocking a snapback by THE HUNDREDS

YEP!!! Shoutout to the homie DOM KENNEDY. Today this LA resident spitta dropped his highly anticipated mixtape “THE ORIGINAL DOM KENNEDY” . How this dude is still unsigned I will neeeever know! The team here in KREATIV.SOLE fux with DOM heavy!!! You see him rocking THE HUNDREDS in the photo, he’s a real streetwear dude too! Hit him up on twitter ( @dopeitsdom )

CLICK HERE to download Dom Kennedy’s new mixtape!!

Evolution of Style: Jay-Z

Posted: February 28, 2011 by teeLARGE in HIP HOP(I used to love HER), Random Ish...

In this bonus video that came with his DECODED iPhone/iPad app, Jay-Z talks in detail about his surrondings growing up in Marcy Projects and how those experiences helmed his rap style in the beginning to eventually evolving to what it’s at now.

In light of Valentines Day…..

Here’s a dope video by the Columbus Ohio based homies Fly Union. This track is called “LIKE THAT” and it features Dom Kennedy. We here in the shop been rockin wit FLY.U for a minute now ever since the homies over at CORPORATE put us on.

Below is a dope (and old) video from the homies PAC DIV & Dom Kennedy…featuring one of my favorite streetwear brands!! U know we sell THE HUNDREDS in kreativsole!!


let em know what u think:  @flydotu  @dopeitsdom  @pacdiv

Check out my homie NATE B, he hooked up with the homie J.Millz from during Alabama A&M Homecoming weekend 2010 to shoot this freestyle video over the Outkast 2DopeBoyz instrumental.

Here’s a quick post on a few things in the works from my favorite rapper..


November 22nd, Volume 1


Jay-Z’s The Hits Collection Vol. 1 drops on November 22nd and will be available in two versions. Aside from the standard edition, the Deluxe Version will come equipped with an art book entitled Jay-Z: An Illustrated History. The booklet will feature pictures from some of Hov’s biggest career moments.

Jay-Z’s literary venture, Decoded, is set to hit bookstores November 16th. The cover, (which also doubles as Hov’s profile pic on Twitter) is an image from Andy Warhol’s 1984 “Rorschach” paintings. Inside, the book will feature illustrations and decode 36 of Jigga’s songs

When I first started working on this book, I told my editor that I wanted it to do three important things. The first was to make the case that hip-hop lyrics—not just my lyrics, but those of every great MC—are poetry if you look at them closely enough. The second was I wanted the book to tell a little bit of the story of my generation, to show the context for the choices we made at a violent and chaotic crossroads in recent history.  And the third piece was that I wanted the book to show how hip-hop created a way to take a very specific and powerful experience and turn it into a story that everyone in the world could feel and relate to.