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Introducing The All-Electric Mercedes-Benz EQC

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Mercedes-Benz is going electric on its own terms while making their own rules with the EQC.

According to Cool Hunter: 

Today Mercedes-Benz unveiled the production version of its all-electric EQC, a midsize SUV, in an auditorium in the woods in Stockholm. Arriving at dealers in 2019, it’s the first of ten all-electric vehicles that will come to market by 2022.

Head over to Cool Hunter to learn more about the car’s special features and abilities.

Here’s a new stunner for the Hip Hop community! Pull up on em’ with this one and get respect! Fellas get the ladies with this one!

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Kanye To Drop Mauve Yeezy Boost 700 Next Week

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Yeezy has been in the spotlight several times over the last month because of political ties with Donald Trump.

With all of the negativity that has come Kanye’s way, alot of people have been left a bad taste in their mouth.  Even with everything that has happened, many people are still in awe of Adidas flagship line Yeezy.

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For the past several months, everyone has seen several different variations of the Yeezy Boost 700 color scheme. Next weekend, there will be an official second colorway for the Yeezy Boost 700. The next color will be “Mauve”, being released on October 27th. The color will be released on Kanye’s Yeezy Supply website, Adidas.com, and other selected Adidas retailers.

The shoe will retail at $300, but is just about guranteed to triple in price for resale online. Details of the beloved shoe include a full-length drop in boost midsole and an upper composed mauve suede with premium leather. The sneaker will also have a gum sole and reflective heel as well.

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A New Self-Lubricating Condom Could Make Your Sex Life Skyrocket

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Let’s face it, most people hate condoms, because there’s a lack of sensation when wearing one.

That’s why a team of scientists designed a self-lubricating condom that reduces friction and increases pleasure. The condoms were invented as past of the Bill and Melinda Foundation competition. Scientists were offered $100,000 if they could design a condom for the “next generation.”  As part of the competition, scientists had to develop a rubber that would make more people want to use them. Currently, only one third of men in the U.S. participate in safe sex. There were nearly 2.3 million STDs reported in the United States last year. With sexually transmitted infections on the rise, the need to strap up never seemed so important.

The winning condom creates it’s own moisture, and can withstand up to 1,000 thrusts. That equals out to roughly 16 minutes of uninterrupted sex. It was tested by 33 participants, who used their hands to feel for the difference between three types of material. There were non-lubricated condoms, lubricated condoms, and the experimental condom. Reports showed that 73 percent of people preferred the newly designed one.

How does it work?

The lubricated layer is coated in hydrophilic polymers. This causes the condom to become more wet when met with moisture. Scientists hope that this will increase safe sex practices, while making sex more enjoyable.

The new condoms haven’t been tested in the actual bedroom yet, but the scientists hope to get their product in stores within two years. If successful, sales will start in Southeast Asia.

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The Late Show: Showcasing Young and Untapped Potential

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      Typically, when underground rap scenes are discussed, cities like New York City and Chicago are the focus of the dialogue. However, Philadelphia is a city that deserves the same recognition. Philly has some of the most creative rappers in the country. “The Late Show” that Hypefresh Magazine covered proves that.

       Hosted by Michael Humphrey, “The Late Show” premiered at Bourbon and Branch in the Northern Liberties section of the city. The turnout was pretty good, with artists being their friends and managers. Everyone congregated either around the bar or on the dance floor, as they talked and got to know each other. It made the show as much of a social event as a music concert, which got rid of any tension in the room and brought a relaxed vibe.

           The performances got started once all the artists were ready. There was not a bad performance throughout the show. Every artist knew how to interact with the crowd and keep them engaged while they ran through their set. Not only that, but their music was actually good.

        There are a few performances that stood out amongst the other ones. One of them was by Dolce Dev. Dev ran through a few of his better-known songs, that the crowd loved. On stage, he made every part of his performance entertaining. His energy was infectious as it spread the crowd and caused them to move along. Dev kept the crowd pumped up throughout his time on stage and left them wanting more.

       The next performance deserves to be highlighted was by Cesar and Ren, who make up the group 4VR. The duo performed some of the old tracks as well as one that they had just finished production on that day. Cesar is very extroverted while Ren is an introvert. On stage, their personalities complimented each other, while they moved in sync with each other. Another thing that stood out about them was their music. 4VR performed RNB music, as opposed to the hardcore rap of the other performance, with a lot of influence by early 2000’s soul music. It was refreshing to hear some light melodies, after listening to the bars of the previous performers.

       If you enjoyed this recap of “The Late Show” be sure to keep following Hypefresh, as we will be covering more shows like this. “The Late Show” will be coming back soon and for more info on it, follow Michael Humphrey on Instagram.

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