Squid Game actor Wi Ha-joon has opened up about his hopes for season two of the hit Netflix series.

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In a recent interview with The Star, the breakout star of the K-drama spoke about his ideal storyline for the upcoming second season of the series. Wi had portrayed police officer Hwang Jun-ho, who sneaks into the game to find his brother before falling off a cliff, with his final fate unknown.

“Because my character had to explain things from an observer’s point of view, there were a lot of limits to the emotion [that he could portray],” said the actor, as translated by Soompi. “If I were to imagine Hwang Joon Ho in season two, I’d want him to find his brother again and ask him what in the world happened [to him].”… Read more

A year ago yesterday, Garrett Lockhart, known to fans as i_o, tragically passed away. It’s hard to believe it’s been a full year; then again, the past 12 months have seemed like a fever dream to a lot of people. However, to those close to G, it’s been a year bereft of their best friend.

In honor of the one-year anniversary of his passing, No Mana set out on a journey to recreate the two’s iconic B2B at the parliamentARTCAR from EDC Las Vegas 2019. The set ended up more packed than either of them would have expected (story on that from No Mana below) and it’s a tribute that only No Mana could make.

summer of 2019. it’s 12:55am and i’m at edc las vegas about to drink on the job with g at the parliament art car. it happens to be so windy that the kinetic field Read more

Eminem has dropped a surprise range of new merch, including collectible action figures and all-black clothing.

The new range arrived last week as part of Eminem’s Black Friday collection. It includes hoodies and t-shirts emblazoned with the phrase “Mom’s Spaghetti”, which is both an iconic lyric from his song ‘Lose Yourself’, and the name of the restaurant he owns in his hometown of Detroit.

The drop also included three different Eminem action figures, one of which is modelled off the rapper’s 2000 performance at Experience Music Project. Another sports his hockey mask and chainsaw costume from a show at Meadowlands Arena, also in 2000, while the third depicts Eminem as B-Rabbit in the 2002 film 8 Mile.

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The collectibles were previously launched as NFTs for his Shady Con collaboration with NiftyGateway back in April. The figurines and … Read more

NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead have just unveiled their highly anticipated collaboration “Shady Intentions.” Featuring vocals by the talented Tori Levett, two of the biggest names in electronic music collide once again.

Although it’s been more than five years since NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead last teamed up on a single, “Frontlines” with GG Magree off their debut album Northern Lights, “Shady Intentions” masterfully highlights each artist’s abilities resulting in a standout track. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the official release of their latest song for most of the year as news of the collaboration made the rounds on social media. Now, the wait for “Shady Intentions” is finally over.

The three-minute track opens with Tori Levett’s tranquil vocals over peppy synth work that seamlessly transitions to a heart-pounding rise of powerful bass. NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead pull listeners back and forth from interludes of dreamy melodies to bass-driven breakdowns that … Read more

Snoop Dogg has paid tribute to the artistry of Black creators in his official music video for ‘Make Some Money’, one of several collaborative cuts from his latest album, ‘The Algorithm’.

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Dropping on November 19, ‘The Algorithm’ marked Dogg’s 19th studio album. It also served as his first project for Def Jam, after coming onboard as the label’s executive creative consultant back in June.

The video for ‘Make Some Money’, which dropped overnight (November 27), sees Dogg and the track’s collaborators, Fabolous and Dave East, posing in an art gallery. The clip features  various fine art pieces by notable artists (per Revolt.tv) such as Brianne Rose Brooks, Azikiwe Mohammad, Mark Thomas Gibson, William Villalongo and … Read more