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Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

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This years SEMA show drew in more than 70,000 domestic & international buyers.
DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

We had the pleasure to work with Kia to take the new K900 and Stinger…
Chris Johnson - CJ2k

Chris Johnson - CJ2k

During his ten years in the NFL, Chris Johnson has done things few other men…
Young Dolph

Young Dolph

When you hit rap superstar status, your garage better reflect your bank account. Young Dolph…
Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Many car guys start out the same way. As teenagers, they fantasize about owning a…
2018 Dallas DUB Show Video Recap!

2018 Dallas DUB Show Video Recap!

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Here's a video recap of all the fun that went on at this year's Monster…
Ultimate Auto's Italian Evolution

Ultimate Auto's Italian Evolution

When you’re at the top of your game, the only thing you can do is…
Cain Velasquez

Cain Velasquez

There is an old adage that comes from boxing that goes, “A great big man…
Rezvani Tank

Rezvani Tank

When a regular off-road custom just won’t do, those with a flexible bank account can…
Monday, 01 August 2005 20:10

Black Eyed Peas

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Black Eyed Peas“Soul food” contains no specific ingredients, just what you happen to have on hand. The same applies to highly successful Black Eyed Peas. Raw Hip-Hop at its core, with elements of Latin music, rock, soul, as well as influences from groups like A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, Black Eyed Peas have earned the respect of fans passionate for their vigorous and infectious spirit.

Monday, 01 August 2005 00:07

Fabolous

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fabolous_thumb.jpgCruising through the streets of the tri-state New York area in his Moonbeam Silver, 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe, FA-BO-LO-US is a little disappointed these days. Despite accolades of success, wealth, fame and glory, this 25-year-old Brooklyn bred MC is still hungry for more.

Sunday, 31 July 2005 23:04

Roadstar Motorsports

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Roadstar MotorsportsYoung, enthusiastic and always on the lookout for their next project, the founders of Roadstar Motorsports are known for their meticulous attention to detail and commitment to proper customer service. Counting with two shops in Los Angeles, one in London, and one soon in Toronto, fraternal twins Hussein and Hassan Iddrisu and their cousin John Spio have put together a respectable business that at times is fueled by their imagination.

Sunday, 31 July 2005 22:24

T.I. '05

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T.I.“Man, somebody gonna trip,” he said in a familiar, deep baritone drawl. His voice is almost surprising, coming from a man with a wiry frame, striking features and a square jaw, who at a quick glance appears young and spry. The authoritative voice and staunch gaze tell a different story of an old soul, wise beyond his 24 years. It is the voice of a man who has rolled around the block a few times—in his own words—a real OG.

Sunday, 31 July 2005 21:44

Carmelo Anthony

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carmelo_thumb.jpgIt wasn’t that long ago that carmelo anthony was pushing a trusty green chrysler concord on baltimore streets. It was 2001 to be exact. That was before a basketball-loving world would know him simply as melo. It was before he would lead his syracuse team to the championship. It was before he would average 21 points a game in his nba rookie year as a denver nugget small forward, giving espn sports analysts something to talk about on nightly sports center broadcasts. And it was before he had the $20 million nike endorsement and his own piece of candy—the melo bar.

Saturday, 30 July 2005 21:30

Dwayne Wade

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dwayne_wade1_thumb.jpgIn an era where many athletes view college as a mere stepping-stone to professional paychecks and televised glory, it has become rare to witness a player literally be honored as “all-everything”.

Saturday, 30 July 2005 00:31

Paul Rodriguez, Jr.

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It is the stuff of childhood dreams. You know, the ones flittering about the mind of every young skateboarder. One day, maybe—just maybe—all those afternoons spent suffering skinned knees and elbows will mean more than just good times. Paul Rodriguez, Jr. is living those dreams, and he is proof that those skinned knees and elbows can lead to bigger things. How about $50,000? At the 2004 X-Games, Paul Jr., who just turned 20 on New Year’s Eve, won gold in the jam format, exhibiting the type of smooth performance that top pro skaters Kerry Getz and Mike Carroll had foreseen since his pro debut in September of 2002. And it all began much the same way it does for most young skaters. “I had skateboards all my life but actually began skating seriously when I was 11,” Paul Jr. said. “I bought myself a skateboard with Christmas money.”

In the beginning it was strictly recreational. Paul Jr., nicknamed “P-Rod,” would go to skate shops with his friends, where they would watch skating videos all day long and later on “try to do what all the pros were doing.”

Saturday, 21 May 2005 17:49

Da Shop

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dub airWith Los Angeles Lakers fans, the jury is still out on the departure of center Shaquille O’Neal. There are those that are glad to see him gone, and then there are those who really miss the big guy. For Albert Pineda, who runs Da Shop in Los Angeles, Shaq is more than a customer. He is family.

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