The Lil Nas X’ Satan shoes immediately drew public outcry while others called for the rapper to be canceled.
The sneakers are a hybrid of Nike’s Air Max 97s — that has a pentagram pendant and a scripture verse Luke 10:18, that refers to satan’s fall from heaven.
MSCHF, the company behind sneaker said the shoe contained a drop of human blood inside the sole.
All 666 pairs of the modified Nikes, priced at $1,018, sold out. Nike filed the suit, yet Lil Nas X was not named as a defendant.
Look out for the track Love to Cry by Ola Village. A cool indie track that could find itself on a variety of playlists . Ola Village takes cues from Bon Iver, Frank Ocean, Radiohead and Tyler, The Creator. He won the Norway’s new-music competition ‘Urørt’ with previous winners and nominees including girl in red, Pom Poko and Sløtface. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
CY shares: “I wrote it after my first real heartbreak, back when me and my ex-girlfriend broke up. I have a tendency to either romanticize the past or worry about the future, so this was a way of reminding myself of what the relationship was really like and the fact that she ditched me. Kind of “how dare you?” but at the same time feeling okay cause you know that you just weren’t right for each other. I had built up those emotions for a while, so the song literally flew out of me.”
Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
Fort Collins indie act Pandas & People are making some noise with their latest release Bad Honey. You’ll like if you love big anthemic indie radio rock. The song was added to the station KTCL by Nerf – the largest iHeart Alt station. The Dan Friedman repped act broke into the top 10 Denver-metro Shazam charts and shared the stage with Twenty One Pilots, Judah & the Lion, and American Authors.
The Spotify darling The Kid LAROI has released his Spotify Singles recordings.
Side A is a acoustic version of his Platinum-certified hit “WITHOUT YOU” off his recently released project on Columbia Records, F*CK LOVE (SAVAGE), and Side B is a piano cover of Drake’s “Shot For Me”.
The Kid LAROI is Australia’s biggest rap export. It all began when LAROI placed third in the 2018 edition of “Unearthed High,” a competition for high school artists sponsored by Australia radio station Triple J.
With the help of Spotify, LAROI garnered millions of streams via Spotify’s most popular playlists, including RapCaviar, Pop Rising, Most Necessary, Internet People, Tear Drop, and Hot Rhythmic.