The first lady of rap Iggy Azalea linked up with renegade artist Evan Roth for this storming collision for adidas Originals. Evan took Iggy's track 'Boss Lady', and remixed a video using only stock footage from the web. The result is a tongue-in-cheek vision of livin' like a boss.
Go on a journey through the internet to get down with the other creative battles facilitated by the Adidas Collider — adidas.com/unite.
We've all been there. You're girlfriend is nagging about your dirty socks on the living room floor and you think to yourself, "I'd love to just throw you off the side of a cliff until the echoing of your voice fades away." Oops, did we just say that out loud? Well, one guy finally did it. Don't freak out, she was securely fastened to a 400-foot rope swing.
Sometimes it's the cut of a jacket that makes it stand out. Other times, it's the color. With the Taylor Stitch Hawkins Jacket, it's the fabric. Made from Polartec Neoshell, it keeps you dry while still allowing for the release of heat and vapor, regulating your body temperature in any climate. The Neoshell is sandwiched between two layers of synthetic knit for added durability, and the YKK waterproof zippers and taped seams ensure all that high-tech fabric doesn't go to waste. Its classic 60/40 silhouette makes it adaptable to both casual and more formal affairs, and the brimmed hood protects your noggin when it's coming down.
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GoPro Karma is a highly-capable yet beginner-friendly drone. But it's just as useful on the ground as it is in the air. Thanks to its detachable stabilizer and Grip accessory, it also lets you capture smooth, rock-stable footage whether you're holding it in your hand or have it hooked to one of the company's signature mounts. Shot 100% on Karma and the HERO5 camera, this video gives you a taste of the system's possibilities.
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No wonder they call her Dora the Destroyer. Baby b-girl Terra had us sweating her technique when she destroyed the competition with her insane breakdancing skills.
If you're ever getting strangled in a New York City elevator, it looks like you're going to be a dead man. To promote the upcoming crime film Dead Man Down, two men staged a murder in an elevator to see how people would handle the situation. Although, there were a few brave Samaritans going up, we're sure you can guess what most people did.