TAG: Juelz Santana

Style - Kicks and Gear / Dec 6, 2013 / 4:40 pm

Reebok Classic Releases “Ghost of Christmas” Video With Cam’ron & Juelz Santana

Cam'ron, Juelz Santana "Ghost of Christmas"

A White Men Can’t Jump-esque video with Killa Cam and Juelz, rocking some dope upcoming Reebok Classic releases? That’s must watch. This one doesn’t disappoint, either. Read More »

Style - Kicks and Gear / Dec 3, 2013 / 8:00 pm

Reebok Classic Takes You Behind-The-Scenes For New “Classic Christmas In Miami” Shoot With Cam’ron & Juelz Santana

Cam'ron, Juelz Santana

In a short movie by Reebok Classic featuring Cam’ron and Juelz Santana, dropping on Friday, December 6, they’ll show off Reebok’s “Ghost of Christmas” Pack that’s being released for the holiday season. Check out behind-the-scenes stills from the video shoot for “Classic Christmas in Miami” and get ready to go classic this holiday season. Read More »

Latest News, Playground / Aug 14, 2013 / 10:45 am

AND1 Tournament Adds Teams from Stephen Jackson & Hip-Hop Icon Juelz Santana

Stephen Jackson

The AND1 Mixtape craze might not be what it once was, but streetball players with some handles and hops are still getting love this summer. Enter the inaugural 12-team, $100,000, winner-take-all Summer Remix Tournament from AND1. That’s the biggest cash prize in streetball history, and it was just revealed that teams from NBA vet Stephen Jackson and hip-hop icon Juelz Santana will be involved. Read More »

Smack / May 23, 2009 / 1:17 am

King James’ ultimate highlight

LeBron James (photo. Nike)

Add another bit of history to the LeBron James career highlight reel, which will some day challenge Mike, Vince, Kobe, Barry Sanders and Reggie Bush (the stuff he did in high school and college was just unreal) as the greatest in the history of sports highlight reels. After Hedo Turkoglu hit a tough jumper over Sasha Pavlovic to put Orlando up by two with exactly one second left in last night’s conference finals Game 2, the Cavs had one chance to avoid an 0-2 series deficit as everybody in Cleveland was nauseous on John Elway flashbacks. Mo Williams was the inbound passer — as Mike Brown flagrantly ignored the lessons of George Karl — and held it for 4.5 seconds before LeBron popped open at the top of the key. Read More »