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Dr. Romanelli
Darren Romanelli, better known in the fashion world as Dr. Romanelli, has been creating for years some of the most interesting customized pieces. His signature designs have been worn by the biggest celebrities and athletes in mainstream America. He's even teamed up with some of the biggest brands in the market like Coca-Cola, Disney, Head Porter and more to create limited pieces and capsule collections. We love all of the collaborations that DRx has been a part of, but here's a look at the 7 best Dr. Romanelli collaborations in our opinion.

The 7 Best Collaborations Of Designer Dr. Romanelli

magic johnson michael jordan
Last night, Magic Johnson was interviewed by CNN regarding the claims made against him by the Los Angeles Clippers' disgraced owner Donald Sterling. While the reaction to Sterling's remarks—wherein he said Johnson should be "ashamed" for having AIDS, which he does not have—was vitriolic, it's far from the first time the Los Angeles Lakers legend has been in the headlines. As one of the greatest NBA players of all time—and an ambassador for a disease, HIV, that has had the entire world on edge for decades—he's gotten name-checked in a multitude of hip-hop tracks. With that in mind, XXL has compiled 36 hip-hop songs that reference Magic Johnson. —Dan Rys

36 Hip-Hop Songs That Name Drop Magic Johnson

dorell wright hip-hop junkie
In the midst of a playoff run, Portland Trailblazers Small Forward Dorell Wright has his eyes on his second Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy. Wright was drafted in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Miami Heat directly out of his South Kent Prep high school in Connecticut. He tasted success pretty quickly, winning a championship with the Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal led-Miami Heat in 2006. Now on the Blazers, the nine-year veteran is entrenched in a heated playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs in the semi-finals of the Western Conference. The Blazers are facing a win-or-go-home game 5 match-up tonight in San Antonio.

Wright was born and raised on the West Coast and grew up a huge hip-hop head. He jumped on the phone with XXL to discuss his favorite West Coast album, the artists he listens to now, the Spurs series and what he does when he's not on the hardwood. —Emmanuel C.M.

Portland Trailblazers Forward Dorrell Wright On His Love For West Coast Hip-Hop

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