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Supreme shows no signs of slowing down on the collaborations front in 2017. Just a week after unveiling its annual collection with The North Face, the New York streetwear label has tapped cult record label Rap-A-Lot Records for a small capsule.

Rap-A-Lot was born out of Houston in 1986 and quickly carved a niche as one of the South’s most important underground hip-hop labels; its owner, J. Prince, has never been shy in lending his support to smaller, outlying sub-genres. Notable acts to make breakthroughs include Geto Boys, as well as OG artists like Sir Rap-A-Lot, Scarface and Willie D.

The collection comprises a selection of varsity jackets, hoodies, 5-panel caps, beanies, T-shirts, and a pillow. Graphics include the aforementioned Geto Boys, in addition to the Rap-A-Lot logo and a dope sketch of Edvard Munch’s The Scream.

Will you cop or drop? Look out for the collection hitting Supreme stores worldwide and online on April 16.

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