by Cedric ‘BIG CED’ Thornton
Chief Keef collaborates with Ed Hardy and UNKNOWN London with a 12-piece collection that is nearly sold out days after debuting during Paris Fashion Week
A collaboration between hip-hop recording artist Chief Keef and the fashion brand Ed Hardy has caused a frenzy among fashionistas. The line with UNKNOWN London is practically sold out.
According to Complex, Chief Keef and Ed Hardy connected with Unknown London to sell a 12-piece collection inspired by Keef’s ‘Glo Gang.’
The collection sold out during its Paris Fashion Week debut. In addition, most of the items on the website are sold out. If you want a piece of the collection, act now!
The collection includes hoodies, reversible belts, a leather jacket, and long-sleeved and short-sleeved t-shirts. The collection also contains jeans, caps, beanies, stickers, and rugs.
The excitement for the collection may be a placeholder for the music that Chief Keef fans have been salivating for since the promise of his next release, “Almighty So 2,” according to Hot New Hip Hop. It’s the follow-up to the original, “Almighty So,” which dropped over a decade ago. The media outlet states the album should be released on March 29 on Amazon Music.
He recently released a video with Lil Yachty, “Say Ya Grace,” which, according to Complex, was released for Lyrical Lemonade’s latest compilation. He also has a new song being released on Feb. 8 called “Hot Cheetos,” which is supposed to be the lead single for “Almighty So 2.”
While Keef has been in the lab cooking up the next dish for his fans over the past year, he has collaborated with Drake, Lil Yachty, and Trippie Redd, to list a few. Fans got a recent feature from him that may have gotten them more anxious to hear the new project by the Chicago rapper. He appeared on Sexyy Red‘s latest song, “Bow Bow Boy (F My Baby Dad).”
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Source: Black Enterprise