Baby Jay Prince of Rap-A-Lot Records has linked up with popular streetwear brand Supreme for a new fashion collection which will be released in Houston:
Sunday, April 9th @ Sole Lounge (5959 Richmond AveSuite 220, Houston, TX 77057)
for a VERY EXCLUSIVE pop-up shop. If you know about Supreme, then you know that their gear is only available exclusively through their stores in LA or NYC or online via their website. Upon release online, this collaboration sold out in a matter of a few hours so here is your opportunity to get your hands on a piece of history right here in the city.
The new collaboration features apparel including jackets, T-shirts, and hats all bearing the logo of the Houston, Texas label, which was once home to artists including the Geto Boys, Scarface, Trae Tha Truth, Bun B, Pimp C, and Devin the Dude.
Designers have also used graphic imagery from the Geto Boys’ 1991 album We Can’t Be Stopped for a few pieces, such as a hooded sweatshirt and a pillow.
The cover art was a photo of rapper Bushwick Bill being wheeled along a hospital corridor by his bandmate Willie D and pal Scarface after losing his right eye following a dispute involving a gun with his then-girlfriend.
The Supreme/Rap-A-Lot Records collection goes on sale on Thursday, April 6.
It’s the New York-based fashion label’s latest musical venture after previously teaming up with Slayer and Black Sabbath for special lines, while rapper Gucci Mane has appeared in its advertising campaigns.