Complex Current

Season 1

August 15, 2019

How NBA2K Is Cultivating What’s Next in Culture | Complex Current

NBA2K continues to push the culture forward, remaining at the forefront of sports, fashion, and music. More than a video game, in this episode of Complex Current, Steve Stoute, Karl Anthony Towns, Don C. and NLE Choppa share how NBA2K is leading the discussion on what’s NEXT in culture. The Complex Current miniseries welcomes the most influential minds in fashion, art, music, sneakers and beyond in a series of lively panel discussions from our inaugural ComplexCon Chicago. We discuss the topics most relevant to today's youth in an effort to examine a deeper understanding of each other, our culture, and the passions that inspire us.  Music provided by United Masters. Subscribe to Complex on YouTube: Check out more of Complex here:   COMPLEX is a community of creators and curators, armed with the Internet, committed to surfacing and sharing the voices and conversations that define our new America. Our videos exemplify convergence culture, exploring topics that include music, sneakers, style, sports and pop culture through original shows and Complex News segments. Featuring your favorite celebrities, authoritative commentary, and a unique voice, our videos make culture pop.


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Complex Current
Complex Current presented by NBA 2K20 brings the most energizing minds in style, entertainment, sports, and music on one stage for an opinionated and inspirational look at the topics that matter to us the most. Filmed live at ComplexCon Chicago with guest appearances from Killer Mike, T.I., Don C, PJ Tucker, Jon Wexler, Joe La Puma, and more. Panels include a spotlight on the cultural significance of NBA 2K, the value of investing in our communities through local businesses, a look at sneaker culture through the lens of hip hop and more. Watch season 1 of Complex Current, with new episodes every Thursday.