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DJ Lord Sear of Eminem’s Shade 45 – Top 10 Sneakers of 2008

DJ Lord Sear and rapper Common on Eminem's Shade 45 (Sirius XM)
It was a great honor when DJ Lord Sear invited us to rep. Sneaker Files on one of his radio shows.

In short, Lord Sear has been a master key to stardom for unsigned artists for decades. Sear currently appears daily on Eminem’s uncensored satellite radio station, Shade 45 (exclusively on Sirius XM). Lord Sear is a premier DJ with two radio shows on Eminem’s Shade 45;. The All Out Show co-hosted with personality Rude Jude, and the self-hosted show The Extended Drunk Mix. Pictured above: DJ Lord Sear with Rapper Common.

Lord Sear was part of a superstar team of Disc Jockeys (alongside Bobbito Garcia, formerly Bobbito the Barber and DJ Stretch Armstrong, formerly DJ Stretch Armstrong). Their uncensored show was broadcast during the 90’s on Columbia University’s public access radio station WKCR in New York. This record-breaking show was honored as The Best Hip-Hop Radio Show of All-Time (awarded by the The Source Magazine).

The good Lord is a sneaker fanatic, always on the lookout for the latest releases. The man knows his shoes. His top-ten includes a selection of great variety with an unbiased opinion.

Be sure to check Lord Sear’s All Out Show every weekday day from 4-8 PM and the Drunk Mix every Friday from 10 PM-Midnight.


Click here for a free trial of Eminem’s Shade 45.


And now… Lord Sear’s top ten sneakers of 2008:


10. Krink Nike Air Force 1 (I)

9. Nike Air Foamposite Pro (Metallic Silver Black)

8. Nike Air Penny 2 (II) Black/Varsity Royal / White

7. Adidas Superstar Vin

6. New Balance m576 “China Mask”

5. Air Jordan “Nelly” 6 Rings (Laser LS)

4. Nike Air Pippen 1 Retro (Black/Black)

3.  Air Jordan Olympic 6 (VI)

2. Vans Syndicate “Shady Records” -Shady Records Exclusive Release

1. Eminem Air Jordan 2 (II) “The Way I Am”

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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