We’re back with another installment of The Review. Featuring segments such as Ball BoyzSnob Talk, and Man on the Street, the show finds our own assistant editor Noah Thomas diving into the latest in music, fashion, sports, and pop culture, all on his journey to find clout.

In the show’s fourth episode, Ball Boyz Kyle Hodge and Ian Servantes react to adidas’ 5-star emoji-inspired cleats, breakdown the Los Angeles Clippers questionable Bumble sponsorship, and celebrated Carmelo Anthony’s signature Jordan Melo 1.5 sneaker.

On Snob Talk, Noah and guest answer the following questions: Is DIY fashion campaigns killing the magic? Is buying a full look cool? Lastly, is the women’s streetwear scene is getting stronger?

To end the episode, we sit down with the newest member of Kendrick Lamar’s TDE music label SIR. The rising artist talks his role models, evolving from a music engineer to being a singer. He also dives into his favorite influencers including A Tribe Called Quest. Watch the full episode above.

After watching the latest episode of The Review, be sure to revisit our previous installment underneath.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.