German retailer SNIPES checks off another box in its list of essential hip-hop names to have collaborated with, partnering with Rick Ross for its Drop IV 2017 campaign release.

The MMG mogul, aka the Baus of Miami, Ricky Rozay works the brand's on-point drop showing off the collection's '90s design tropes. From its colorways to the length and shape of the shorts, Drop IV 2017 harks back to a golden age of breezy cuts and strong shades.

Standout pieces are the white and purple hoodies that feature SNIPES's distinctive logo either draped down the back and dropped in a box on the front, for those who like their logos boxed and their hoodies (or Lamborghinis) purple. Tees are simple and strong, while a windbreaker keeps you warm and dry for when things get just that lil' bit too chill. Aforementioned long shorts are obvs a vibe, as are the proper white gym-time athletic socks.

Check out the shots, above, and head to SNIPES to cop. The collection drops June 10 exclusively across select SNIPES stores and at snipes.com in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy.

Next, watch Rick Ross talk conspiracy theories and the Illuminati with Prodigy, or check out what SNIPES did with Snoop Dog.

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