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Like most boys, Dashon Goldson became interested in cars as a child, picking it up from his dad. The NFL safety vividly remembers his dad’s BMW 7-Series and driving around L.A. as a kid – a memory that later fueled his love for cars. “He had it sitting on some nice Giovannas; I remember it like it was yesterday,” the 29-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers player recalls. “Every time we’d pull up anywhere, it would get attention. Everybody liked that car.”
A Lamborghini Aventador was never on Marshawn Lynch’s radar. In fact, he actually told himself that he’d never drop money on an exotic car like the Aventador, opting for vehicles that are a bit more practical. But all that changed when the Seattle Seahawks running back visited Monster’s Founder and CEO Noel Lee’s garage while on a visit to Monster’s headquarters in the Bay Area last year.
Professional baseball outfielder Shane Victorino has played for some impressive Major League Baseball teams, including the Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres. Now he’s sporting Boston Red Sox logos on his jersey. The “Flyin’ Hawaiian” owes a lot to the game, including his fleet of rides.
Willie Jess Robertson may be one of the stars of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” but he’s really a Jack-of-all-trades. The businessman, hunter, author and all-around outdoorsman is a favorite among many viewers for his witty and funny personality. We caught up with the reality TV star to talk about his rides, love for lifted trucks, partnership with Skyjacker and why he’d rather own a fleet of trucks over a Lamborghini.
Friday, 05 December 2014 00:00


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In 2009, R&B crooner Jeremih made it official that “Birthday Sex” was a necessity, topping music charts and becoming a rising star in the industry. But after a few years of taking a break to reconnect with his craft, the 27-year-old artist is back with a new joint that’ll rev up your senses, in and out of the bedroom. Hoping to appeal to the masses with an album filled with club bangers, bedroom soundtracks and all-around feel good jams you’d want to bump in your ride, Late Nights was created with all of Jeremih’s heart and soul.
Professional XXL forty-foot-plus big-wave surfer Shane Dorian is a simple man with simple needs. As long as he has his surfboards, his Matthews compound hunting bow and his Toyota Tundra to carry them around in, he’s a happy dude. As the only ride he owns, he favors its ability to fit his rugged lifestyle that’s comprised of hitting various beaches in search of the most badass waves or the mountains when he’s on his bow hunting trips. In fact, Dorian has always been a fan of Toyota, with his first car being an old Toyota pickup, which he recalls was…
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 00:00

YG: Rollin on Forgis

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As seen on: DUB Magazine: Issue 91 YG’s eye-catching red 2012 Porsche Panamera is as famous as he is. He forever immortalized his Panamera in his song “Who Do You Love ft. Drake,” with the lyrics: “Porsche sittin’ on Forgi’s/N*ggas can’t afford these/The Panamera sh*ttin’ on the 9-11.” It even makes a cameo in the song’s music video, with YG behind the driver’s seat taking his Panamera for a spin.
Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

Throwback: Kim Kardashian

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Before Kim Kardashian was “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” dating Kanye West or pregnant with North West, she graced the cover of our Issue 45, flaunting her notorious assets and her custom Range Rover by Platinum Motorsports.
Known for his brash persona, slick fighting style and flamboyant outfits in the ring, two-time world champion Paulie Malignaggi has carved out his niche in the contemporary boxing landscape. Malignaggi has fought against Hall of Fame opponents like Miguel Cotto, won world titles at light welterweight and welterweight and is now one of the most respected up-and-coming boxing analysts in the game.
Whether you’re in a club on a Friday night or cruising in your ride, you’re bound to hear a DJ Mustard joint. Currently, as hip-hop’s reigning producer, his beats are everywhere boasting his up-tempo, hyper-minimalistic club joints that every artist wants tagged to their name. Since 2001, DJ Mustard (born Dijon McFarlane) has had 17 Billboard Top 100 jams, including his first big hit, Tyga’s infectious “Rack City.” Other popular joints that made the list are 2 Chainz’ “I’m Different,” Ty Dollar $ign’s “Paranoid,” and Kid Ink’s “Show Me.”