Kanye West is known for his unique sense of style. But during one of his pre-New Year’s Eve concerts on Friday in Atlantic City, the rapper was seen sporting outrageous masks that could even be comparable to Lady Gaga’s many interesting headpieces (exhibt A and B)
Dressed in all-white, West placed an interesting looking mask on his face. Personally, I have no idea who he’s trying to be..but it appears he’s trying to look like a Snowmegeddon or the Abominable Snowman.
While also strange, at least the diamond-encrusted headpiece designed by Maison Martin Margiela looks a lot less creepy.
Maybe the weather has just been cruel for Kanye. Personally, I don’t know if I would cry or run away if someone approached me sporting these masks.
Watch the performance here:
I never thought I would say this, but I think I need a morphing paper fish in my hands ASAP. With the ability to flex into different shapes, this paper fish can be folded into a traditional safari hat or into a beanie, where the fish eyes give a very strange effect.
It’s clear the older man in this video is having tons of fun playing with this mighty morphin’ fish. It just proves that corrugated paper is a toy for the ages.
Looks to me, this might just be the song of the summer…or not.
Remember Friday? That annoying yet catchy song that turned Rebecca Black into an internet phenom for all the wrong reasons?
Well, there may just be just another song that will make you forget all about it.
The Stack Boys, a young rap group of prepubescent boys, has released a song and music video called “Snapbacks”, dedicated to…you guessed it, snapback caps.
With poor auto-tuning, a ton of “woos”, and some really bad video effects from the Photobooth option on a Mac, music fans will be shaking their heads once they hear this “rap” song.
With lyrics like, “I’m listening to people sounding stupid talking about stuff like drugs and acting like a thug/and I’m thinking “Stop!” you don’t make sense/”, all I can think is: How old are these kids?!
Maybe they should go outside and play. Because this “dope” music video might be something they’ll regret in the future.