In this episode:
- Drake drops “OVO” Air Jordan slides, which means we can, unfortunately, expect to see more socks worn with sandals.
- Nelly’s feelin’ the heat and needs fans to stream ‘Hot In Herre’ 287,176,547 in order to pay his tax debt (yes, I’m streaming the song as I type).
- We review Netflix Original ‘Easy’ and talk about the company’s big goal for its content library.
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QUESTION OF THE DAY: How much would you be willing to pay for a pair of ‘OVO’ Air Jordan Slides?
Selected Links from the Episode
- Snapchat unveils $130 connected sunglasses and rebrands as Snap, Inc.
- Drake Is Dropping “OVO” Air Jordan Slides, Too
- Air Jordan 12 Retro “OVO”
- Future and Reebok Reveal Joint Freebandz Apparel Capsule Collection
- Nelly Needs At Least 287,176,547 “Hot In Herre” Streams to Pay Off His IRS Debt
What We’re Streaming
The Latest in Streaming
- Netflix ad steals the show at Emmy’s
- Netflix ‘She Rules’ ad via YouTube
- Netflix targeting 50% of content to be original programming, CFO says
- More states & towns are trying to tax Netflix
- Twitter’s first NFL ‘Thursday Night Football’ stream pulls in 243,000 average per-minute viewers
Up & Coming
- The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk, ‘Starboy’ via YouTube
- ‘Starboy’ lyrics
- Grey’s anatomy returns for season 13
- Netflix Original ‘Luke Cage’
- ‘Crisis in Six Scenes’
- Justin Timberlake’s concert film debuts on Netflix October 12th
- 5 Min [00:59] The ‘Quick & Dirty Kickball’ season comes to a close.
- Say What? [07:27] Snapchat becomes Snap, Inc., today’s hip hop stars rep sports brands in a big way, and Nelly needs his fans to save him from Uncle Sam.
- What We’re Streaming [30:13] Show hosts talk everything they’ve been streaming. This week: Netflix Original ‘Easy’ and ‘Indie Game: Life After’.
- The Latest in Streaming [41:40] Netflix, Netflix, and more Netflix.
- Up & Coming [57:42] The Weeknd releases the first hit off his upcoming album, and JT and Luke Cage come to Netflix.
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