After dropping a highly-anticipated North Face collaboration last week, New York-based label Supreme has just announced its latest project in the form of this Rap-A-Lot Records lineup. Created in 1987 by J. Prince in Houston, Texas, Rap-A-Lot Records put the spotlight on Houston with its ability to present unorthodox genres such as Gangster Rap and Horrorcore. It gave birth to numerous music acts such as Geto Boys, which originally included Sir Rap-A-Lot, Scarface, Bushwick Bill, Willie D and DJ Ready Red. Supreme drew inspiration for the graphics from the iconic image at the hospital where Bushwick Bill was shot in the eye due to an altercation. The offerings consist of a satin club jacket, hooded sweater, 5-panels, beanies, tees and a pillow. Moreover, four new graphic tees will also be releasing alongside this.
The collection will be available at Supreme’s New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris locations, as well as its online store on April 16. Japan will see a release on April 8.