The Nike Blazer was released in 1972 and represented by George Gervin, better known as the Ice Man. These low-tech basketball shoes were some of the first produced by Nike and used the high temperatures of an autoclave to fuse the outsole to the upper for durability.
These shoes range from $60-80. You can get them at www.sneakerhead.com
Born Tevin Jermod Campbell, he was first introduced to the R&B world by famed producer Quincy Jones in August 1989. Campbell’s first solo hit was “Round and Round”, which charted at #5 on R&B charts in September 1990 and #12 in pop in April 1991 was produced by Prince and was featured in Prince’s film Graffiti Bridge. Campbell followed the success of his first two singles by releasing his debut album, T.E.V.I.N., in November 1991 which featured the R&B hit singles and Tevin’s only #1 Adult Contemporary hit: “Tell Me What You Want Me To Do” followed by:, “Alone With You”, and “Goodbye”. His second album, I’m Ready released October 1993, yielded the #1 R&B hit and #9 pop single “Can We Talk” in December 1993, “I’m Ready”, “Always In My Heart” which charted at #2 on the R&B chart and #6 on the pop charts in June 1994 received a lot of air play on the R&B radio and the sensual, “SHHH”. He also scored a Top 30 hit with “Don’t Say Goodbye Girl” on the R&B charts. In September 1994, Campbell also scored an R&B hit with the single “U Will Know” as part of the R&B supergroup “Black Men United”, a group that also included singer Usher. Campbell then took a long hiatus away from the industry.
Campbell returned to the studios in 2006, working with producers Scott Storch, The Underdogs, Krucial Keys, Bryan Michael Cox, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, and Ryan Leslie and his longtime associate KeArt. The comeback album is waiting to be published and will be released in 2008. Campbell is currently playing the role of Seaweed J. Stubbs in the Broadway musical Hairspray. He has been with the cast since December 2005.
Creative Recreation is the latest footwear to hit the streets. Creative Recreation was officially launched in Orange County, California in the Fall of 2002. The founders of Creative Recreation noticed a huge void in the footwear market. Many people have difficulties understanding what category Creative Recreation footwear falls into. That has been the best compliment to the founders. “We don’t want to be put into any category, were a footwear company! We make shoes for our lifestyle, rather we make shoes for life with style”.
Creative Recreation: Characterized by originality and imagination, a refreshment of ones mind or body through activity that amuses and stimulates play.
I personally think these shoes are dope and I am for sure gonna go and ‘cop a few pairs. They range in prices from $80-230. You can find them at karmaloop.com
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