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#FreshStyleFits: Summer ’16 Style Guide by JD Davis – May 16, 2016

This summer, I’m paying close attention to the Instagram’s of some of my favorite dressed people. Devin Booker does a nice job with his look (@dbook) as does my boy Odell Beckham Jr. (@iam_objxiii). Here’s what you can look for me to rock all Summer Sixteen:

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB

Shorts

Sweat Shorts are essential to my closet in that I can throw them on with some sandals when I hit the lake or even with a pair of low top vans for when I’m headed to the city. Perfect combination of comfortability and style. I prefer Nike SB which Pacsun keeps in stock.

Shirts

A lot of my shirts this summer are going to be from H&M simply because I keep it simple in this category. I’m really starting to get into the long sleeves that have the top two buttons (leave the top unbuttoned). Also H&M as a great collection of the long tees (regular and asymmetric) they sell for about $8. I’ll do the occasional Ralph Lauren long sleeve button up for a clean look.

Tanks

Expect me to come out the box this season like I’m “Tank Top Shawty” as Brandon Clay likes to say. I’ve been putting in the work fitness wise this school year (S/O to @YaBoyTG) so I’m rocking the tanks heavy this summer. Urban Outfitters has a great selection from Stussy Tanks to their own personal OU brand.

Pants

I’m a heavy advocator of the black or brown pants look because of the way it balances out a light colored top. I buy my black pants (regular and distressed) strictly from Pacsun because the Bullhead brand is made just right. Also I’ll throw in some light colored distressed jeans that go great with anything from white v necks to bombers.

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

#FreshStyleFits: “JD’s Closet” – Jan. 9, 2017

“JD’s Closet” is designed to give our readers an in-depth look at the styles directly from my closet and where to pick them up.

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB

All my friends know I’m a huge advocate of the flannel look because of the way I can sport it in various ways. Even when I throw it around my waist while me and @Steffip5 are adventuring around the city. Luckily for me @larrywrhinehart was able to snap some pics!

The Breakdown:

Hat: Pink “Papi” Dad Hat (Ebay)
TShirt: Nike SB Essential Grey (Nike)
Long sleeve: Jak Buffalo Flannel (Urban Outfitters)
Jeans: Light Wash distressed skinny (Pacsun)
Accessories: Gage Silver-Tone (Michael Kors)

Trespassing for pictures makes us laugh

A photo posted by JD (@palmtreejd) on

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

#FreshStyleFits: “JD’s Closet” – Dec. 27, 2016

“JD’s Closet” is designed to give our readers an in-depth look at the styles directly from my closet and where to pick them up.

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB

The Breakdown:

I was able to get the Jersey from Zumiez awhile back for the low. I threw a Liberty Hoodie underneath (shoutout my girl Steph Patton) to make it a winter look and it worked out in a combo with my PacSun ripped jeans.

Neff Pinstripe Baseball Jersey: Zumiez $50
Liberty University Logo Hoodie: School Store $70
Skinny Ripped Black Stretch Jeans: PacSun $55

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

#FreshStyleFits: “JD’s Closet” – Dec. 16, 2016

“JD’s Closet” is designed to give our readers an in-depth look at the styles directly from my closet and where to pick them up.

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB

During a business trip with my boy Larry Rhinehart to cover Keil Moore‘s Fall Showcase in Philly, I had to sport a little west coast style while still trying to keep warm during a cold November up north. The whole outfit is from one of my favorite stores, Pacsun.

The Breakdown:

Visit Pacsun.com to purchase:

Hat: Neff Daily Beanie $16
Top: Pink Mediator Long Sleeve Relaxed $34
Bottoms: Levi’s 519 Skinny Rock ’N Roll Jeans $70
Shoes: HUF Sutter White Shoes (Palm Tree limited Editions) $90

I wore a pink sweater in Philly and didn't get clowned so I'm doing alright.

A photo posted by JD (@palmtreejd) on

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

#PSBPopCulture: A Night in the Life of Palmtree JD – April 7, 2016

Being home from college is always the ideal time to take a break from schoolwork and as my co-worker Silvano Brewster says, “chop it up” with old friends. This spring break I decided to do just that and hit my people Evan Samuels and Terah Moore. Evan just touched down from shooting in New York and Terah got off early at Epitome (Dope shoe store in the city), so it was only right.

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB

Evan and I rode into Atlanta around 7:30 where we linked up with Terah at this lounge called Instanblue. Quality Mediterranean food, great ambience, and even better conversation as we brought each other up to speed on our lives. In typical fashion, Evan ordered the 12 oz Atlantic Salmon with basmati rice, Terah got Hummus and pita bread, & I stuck with a flatbread magherita pizza. After about two hours of laughing and sharing our different pictures with each story, we decided to peel out.

We rode around the city trying to avoid that Atlanta Hawks traffic, scooped some snacks, & eventually arrived to Mattress Factory Lofts. The second session of our long conversations took place on the rooftop, overlooking the city. The night begins to wind down and we know it’s time to head out. 12:15 am and the city skyline is in my rearview mirror as we call it a night.

Songs included (in order of appearance):
– Tim Duncan x Tory Lanez
– Pop Style x Drake ft Kanye
– Come See Me x PND ft Drake
– East Liberty x PND

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

#PSBPopCulture: “The Social Level Up” – May 25, 2017

Last spring, JD Davis challenged ourselves to step up the pictures that we deliver to the masses via our social media accounts. Part of that was about the physical shape we were in while another large part was focused on our fashion. The last part that tied it all together was the quality of the actual shot that was taken.

By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture

The Breakdown:

Over the past 15 months, I’ve run countless miles / sprints, lifted thousands of pounds at LA Fitness, used Looklive.com so much that it’s bookmarked on my Safari browser and employed two of the best in the photography world in Ty Freeman and Larry Rhinehart.

Sidenote: Shoutout my dudes Ant Adeniyi, Adrian Potter and Justice Bramer. They’re always at the gym. I’m chasing them down!

Whether it’s snapping a picture with Bre Stewart or Morgan William to showing off the latest fashion from Asos or Lifted Anchors, it’s been a cool journey to document. I think my dude JD would approve of the growth. The challenge now is to Level Up (Fabolous voice) again. I’ll be back Summer ’18 to give you the summary.

PSBPCBC100Brandon Clay serves as the publisher of PSBPopCulture.com. A self-professed entertainment, music and sports junkie, Clay has been on his game since picking up his first Nintendo and Sony Walkman in the early 90’s. Adding in a SLAM (Basketball) Magazine subscription in the late-90’s had him setup up for lifelong success. Clay is also a founding member of the “Luxury Boys Club” designed to stay on top of whatever is next in the world of PopCulture. You can follow him on Twitter @psbpopculture.

#PSBAllAccess: The Work Don’t Lie – Apr. 12, 2017

I told my story of the road back to consistent personal fitness on the site in October of 2016. It’s been seven months since then and I’m feeling even better than I did at that point. One of my PSB teammates, Christian Simmons, has a quote “The Work Don’t Lie.” Truthfully, I feel that now more than ever.

By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture

The Breakdown:

The biggest adjustment for me since the last time I checked in was adding a consistent 800 calories a day burned strictly by cardio. I measure the work with my Apple Watch and take it off at all times a day unless I’m working out. The focus has been on short sprints between 10 to 50 yards both moving forward and backpedaling. I like to get two separate workouts in a day – one mid afternoon and one at night before I start to wind down.

I’ve also added to my protein, fresh fruit and water intake with two meals a day of either lean chicken or fish with white rice. Special thanks to Flex Fuel Prep for that.

Accountability has long kept me on a path that I felt like veering off of so I gotta thank the following: Dain Pool, Keil Moore, Chris Hansen, JD Davis, Branden Mayweather, Donte Grant, Jermale Wilkerson, Taylor Johnson, Vince Smith and Carl Reed. They’ve kept me on course even when they didn’t know I was thinking about the goals I’ve shared with them.

I’m down from 210 or so at the end of 2015 to hovering around 185-188 pounds daily but more importantly, can see the shape of my body changing seemingly by the day. I’ll check back in more frequently with updates over the summer.

PSBPCBC100Brandon Clay serves as the publisher of PSBPopCulture.com. A self-professed entertainment, music and sports junkie, Clay has been on his game since picking up his first Nintendo and Sony Walkman in the early 90’s. Adding in a SLAM (Basketball) Magazine subscription in the late-90’s had him setup up for lifelong success. Clay is also a founding member of the “Luxury Boys Club” designed to stay on top of whatever is next in the world of PopCulture. You can follow him on Twitter @psbpopculture.

#EntertainmentPSB: “The Divine Feminine Tour” – Mac Miller – Nov. 1, 2016

Mac Miller kicked off the nationwide tour following the release of his latest album, “The Divine Feminine.” (CLICK LINK TO READ REVIEW) Miller started the trek with a show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta.

By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture

The Breakdown

PSBPopCulture.com Team Member, JD Davis, joined me for this one as Mac performed for right at an hour blending old favorites with the 11 tracks off of his latest album. His energy was good on opening night setting the place on fire. Miller drew just over 2,500 fans on a Monday night nearly filling the Tabernacle to it’s 3,500 person capacity.

Video from Brandon Clay’s Snapchat”

Congratulations

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PSBPCBC100Brandon Clay serves as the publisher of PSBPopCulture.com. A self-professed entertainment, music and sports junkie, Clay has been on his game since picking up his first Nintendo and Sony Walkman in the early 90’s. Adding in a SLAM (Basketball) Magazine subscription in the late-90’s had him setup up for lifelong success. Clay is also a founding member of the “Luxury Boys Club” designed to stay on top of whatever is next in the world of PopCulture. You can follow him on Twitter @psbpopculture.

#PSBPopCulture: A Day in the Life – Miller Grove “Reclaiming the Crown” Documentary Interview – May 26, 2016

By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture

PSBPopCulture.com Publisher and McDonald’s All-American Game voter, Brandon Clay speaks at length with Marques Burnett about Miller Grove HS in “Reclaiming the Crown.” The documentary touches on a number of topics including winning seven of the last eight Georgia HS state titles in their class.

Location: Virtual Adrenaline Productions Studio (Duluth, Ga)
Social Media: Jordan “JD” Davis
Video Production Team: Brandon Keever (Soul Searching Studios)

Here is a look at the day from my Snapchat: BrandonClayPSB

Watch the full “Reclaiming the Crown” trailer here:

Marques and I broadcast the Miller Grove game to tip off the 2015-16 season. Watch here:

PSBPCMayDayBrandon Clay serves as the publisher of PSBPopCulture.com. A self-professed entertainment, music and sports junkie, Clay has been on his game since picking up his first Nintendo and Sony Walkman in the early 90’s. Adding in a SLAM (Basketball) Magazine subscription in the late-90’s had him setup up for lifelong success. Clay is also a founding member of the “Luxury Boys Club” designed to stay on top of whatever is next in the world of PopCulture. You can follow him on Twitter @psbpopculture.

#iTunesSounds: Four to Know – May 18, 2016

By: Jordan Davis @JDavisPSB and Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture

1) Panda by Fabolous

Fab comes through on arguably the hottest song of the year to date with a verse that is even cleaner than the beat. Just listen… — Brandon Clay

Favorite Line: “You ain’t fam I don’t trust ya. Brothas will jam up your hustle. Your own man wanna crush ya, that’s a D’Angelo Russell.” (a slick reference to the Russell / Nick Young fiasco in LA earlier this year)

2) Grab The Wheel by Lil Uzi

To be completely honest I’m not a Lil Uzi fan and even my roommate Dom (@PrinceJones06) can tell you that I hated whenever he put it on in the car. But this song is definitely extremely catchy and rides when you’re in the car with your friends. I have to give credit to my boy K Rock (@krockmcclain) for showing me this one. — JD Davis

Favorite Line: “Rocking shows, I might get a lake house with a boat. I might rock all white just like the Pope.”

3) The Man by Nav

The moment I heard this song I knew I had to throw it in my rotation. This is my first time hearing this artist but he’s got a dope new style. The chill tone of the song along with the rappers laid back style gives the track a smooth vibe. — JD Davis

Favorite Line: “Now she dancing like Billy Jean she wanna go home, And she wanna go wit me cause. She know I’m the man, she got no money she got no plans, Designer Pants.”

4) Tru by Lloyd

Lloyd has been away from the scene since his hit, “Lay It Down” in 2011. He’s back with this one and explains some of the issues that he’s dealt with in the interim. — Brandon Clay

Favorite Line: Apologies if I ever let you down, so much ish done happened that it’s hard to talk about. So many losses that my lawyer said don’t talk about it. Just had to pray and keep it cool til I could walk up out it. Came home helped my sister raise her child, kinda hurt me cause I could have had my own now. Lost my baby and it’s starting to hit home now.

J-Davis-PSBPopCulture Jordan Davis is a contributor to PSBPopCulture.com with a unique blend of #PSBPopCulture reviews. Davis has been rocking the latest trends since arriving here in 1995. He is currently a student at Kennesaw State, a Social Media Intern with PeachStateBasketball.com and is well on his way to being the youngest in charge sooner than later.

Brandon Clay serves as the publisher of PSBPopCulture.com. A self-professed entertainment, music and sports junkie, Clay has been on his game since picking up his first Nintendo and Sony Walkman in the early 90’s. Adding in a SLAM (Basketball) Magazine subscription in the late-90’s had him setup up for lifelong success. Clay is also a founding member of the “Luxury Boys Club” designed to stay on top of whatever is next in the world of PopCulture. You can follow him on Twitter @psbpopculture.