Air Force 1 The Second Coming Commercial

by | Jan 20, 2007 | 18 comments

This is the latest commercial for the 25th Anniversary of the Air Force 1. The commercial features some of Nike’s greatest ballers, not to mention the man himself, Rasheed Wallace. Nike contacted me to let me know about the ad campaign, not that they needed to. I was already anxiously awaiting the release of the Limited Edition Air Force 1 Hi Supreme Rasheed Wallace, that drop 03/03/2007 with the price tag of $275.

This is the extended version of the commercial, I will have the behind the scenes video tomorrow.


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While your waiting check out www.NikeBasketball.com for more Air Force 1 goodness along with:

The Second Coming: AF25 Rasheed Wallace interview

18 Comments

  1. Dom

    pretty sweet do you have any ideah what they look like i’m sure I can find out in like5 minutes of looking online but i’m lazy and your always on the ball like that lol…….and getting contacted by nike…..you should of offered them a deal that you’ll put it on your site if they tell sheed he needs you as his website programer lol…..well good day

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  2. Natalie

    Dom, I just put up the link to the picture of the shoes and I am sorry about your Tv20 situation.

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  3. Dom

    Nat,thank you sorry I am stupid sometimes…bare with me lol.

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  4. Anonymous

    I just would like to comment on how completely fabulous your site is. It’s informative, original and hilarious. Though people try to bite your style, nobody does it better than Need4Sheed.com. Thanks Natalie

    Jason G.

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  5. PISTONS tiil THE daii I diie

    He’s like in a second of the video clip.. and i feel like he should be in way more… he does more for those shoes than any of those other losers.. i dont see them rockin them every game they play.. lebron is the main one in the commercial

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  6. mike d.

    Sheed is only in it for like a second, that’s bullshit!

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  7. Alisha

    His shorts kept on falling down in the begining of the game

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  8. Sam from NYC

    WOW, this is so cool, Nike obviously understand and recognize cool bloggers.

    And this commercial is so cool…

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  9. Junior

    GEEZ!!! I wanted to get 2 pair… 1 to rock and 1 to stock… but at $275? I doubt I’ll even get a pair now. Man they are sweet though!!

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  10. Anonymous

    hey nat, is there a picture of u on this site?

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  11. Big_Ben

    Saw the new commercial today during the Colts game.

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  12. Anonymous

    can any1 tell me what song is in the background?

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  13. Anonymous

    can u post a link to download the commercial?.. i really like the commercial.. can’t find anywhere to download it.

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  14. Natalie

    I can’t post a link to download it, but I know its on YouTube just look for it.

    Also try VideoDownloader for firefox.

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  15. Anonymous

    anyone know the title to the song in this commercial?

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  16. Anonymous

    Hey mike d.
    maybe thats because sheed is the worst player in the commercial.

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  17. Natalie

    The song is called The Second Coming

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  18. David C

    The music that was adapted for this song is actually the ancient “Dies Irae” (Latin for “Day of Wrath”. It’s a 12th century monophonic piece that’s been adapted througout the year by various composers like Hector Berlioz for his Symphonie Fantastique and by Wendy Carlos for the opening credits of The Shining (that scary theme).

    I credit the song writers for taking this old chant and adding a hip-hop beat to it and rap. The version is slightly re-orchestrated too. I hope Nike will license this song for download on iTunes (I think Nike and Apple are pretty cozy with one another) because I’d buy the song immediately.

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