First up, both Nike 6.0 and Nike SB are coming correct these days with their online promotional commercials. Their first (as far as I know) collaboration with a hip hop artist came in form of Paul Rodriguez's first commercial promoting his P Rod 3 shoe. Next they brought the hip hop tip to moto with hooking RZA up with Ryan Dungey for this RZA vs. Ryan Dungey remix video. Who's RZA? If you just asked that question, you may leave the room right now. No, but in all seriousness, Nike 6.0 recently dropped a round of online vids with the concept being that RZA remixes each athlete's section, giving it a funky new soundtrack. The vids are absolutely hilarious and my favorite has to be RZA vs. Garrett Reynolds. He also hooked up pro surfer Kolohe Andino with some fresh new tunes. And even though this has nothing to do with FMX, Nike SB's latest hip hop collab dropped today, pairing up Rodriguez with the one and only Nas.
Next up is this video of double flipper ripper Cam Sinclair, which was featured on Australia's mainstream sporting program, Wide World of Sports. Shortly after making the best comeback in action sports history with his Best Trick gold at X Games 16, Sinclair dropped in to the station's Hollywood-based studio to do his thing, chatting it up with the Aussie sportscasters. All I've got to say is that Sinclair's the man and Australia is freakin' awesome. Pound for pound, no other country loves and supports FMX as much as Australia.
Last, but certainly not least, our good buddy and videographer Kyle Cowling hit us up with a link to his epic new trailer for his new to-be-released film titled "Intersection." Cowling filled us in about the film, which has a Summer of 2011 release date. "I'm trying to do something really different and abstract focusing on the lifestyle and creativeness of our sport in a documentary-type fashion -- it's not the normal run of the mill moto flick." As of now, the film will feature Lance Coury, Destin Cantrell, and Ashley Fiolek. Regarding the first interesting Cantrell trailer, Cowling told me, "It's short and kind of mysterious, but that's the point of it -- to leave the viewer wanting more and a bit boggled as to what it's even about." Check out more of Cowling's stellar videos over at his Vimeo page.