Real Bad Man

Brand: Real Bad Man

Season: SS19

Key Pieces: The Free Nat X tee, available in white, black, and pink, and paying homage to Chris Rock’s sketch The Darkside with Nat X.

Release Date: Available now

Buy: Slam Jam Socialism

Editor’s Notes:  Following its two first collections, LA-based brand Real Bad Man has recently released its third line. Titled “Don’t Make Me Laugh,” the brand’s latest collection features everything from tie-dye long-sleeves and graphic tees to summer-ready accessories including tote bags and hats.

To support the drop, the brand has released a lookbook, enlisting rappers such as Blu, Roc Marciano, and Fat Tony, as well as producer The Alchemist, Piet Parra, and many more. This season’s graphics, much like the brand’s earlier offerings, are super playful, nodding to Revenge of the Nerds, Airplane!, and Nat X. For those who may not be familiar, Nat X was an SNL character portrayed by comedian Chris Rock, which depicted a Compton-native militant and his talk show The Darkside with Nat X.

Real Bad Man’s latest drop doesn’t stop at apparel, though, as the brand has also included a 7″ vinyl record featuring tracks from Large Professor, Blu, among others. After a release via Real Bad Man’s website, the brand’s third collection has now landed at a few select retailers including Slam Jam Socialism.

Peep all of our favorite pieces below, and click away if anything catches your eye.

Free Nat X T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$57

Real Bad Vol. 3 T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$68

Flying High T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$80

Octopus Brains T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$57

Revenge Of The T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$57

Grublets TD T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$91

Grublets TD T-Shirt

Real Bad Man

$91

Rbm Tyvek Tote Bag

Real Bad Man

$85

Swap Meet Hat

Real Bad Man

$57

Swap Meet Hat

Real Bad Man

$57

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  • Curated by: Rhianna Matthews
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