Photos via Supreme Online Shop
This Thursday, April 6th, Supreme will launch a full capsule collection commemorating the 30th anniversary of the legendary Rap-A-Lot Records. Founded by J. Prince in 1987, the historic Houston label, home to the Geto Boys (as well as each of their respective solo projects) Devin The Dude, Pimp C, Bun B and more southern juggernauts of hip-hop and the regional specialty, horrorcore.
In their capsule collection, Supreme blasts the label’s iconic logo and Geto Boys’ seminal We Can’t Be Stopped cover art (a photo of the group wheeling Bushwick Bill through the hospital just after being shot in the eye) across black and white silk bombers, pastel tees, as well as three colorways of beanies and flat-brims. The NYC-based streetwear brand is notorious for their incorporation of yesteryear imagery in modern, high-quality basics. The collection goes live at 10am on April 6th both online and in-store at their NYC, London, LA and Paris locations.
Scroll through the gallery above to get a taste of what to expect and stream Geto Boys’ We Can’t Be Stopped below for a necessary and proper rerun of the classic.
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