Over the last couple of years we've seen a number of dope collaborations between clothing brands and hip-hop artists. Most recently, "Happy" singer Pharrell Williams collaborated with Japanese retailer Uniqlo for a special collection, and while the crossover of fashion and hip-hop is hardly a new phenomenon, the partnerships between clothing brands and artists' continue to grow with time. For brands like Supreme and Alife some of their most symbolic garments have been created thanks to their collaborations with Three Six Mafia, Cam'ron, Prodigy and several other big name artists. To cast some light on the evolution between rappers and clothing brand collaborations, we took a look back at 10 of the most significant collabs to ever hit the market.


It doesn't get more gangster than this. The 2005 collab between Supreme and the chef, Raekwon featured the Wu-Tang rapper holding an Elmo doll, while his bodyguard holds a gat on one hand and flips the bird with the other.


The collab between Cam and Alife last year was a huge success even though the shirt was as simple as it gets with the Dipset leader posing on the photo tee with his arms crossed and a pink and white Alife shirt.


Before Cudi even signed with G.O.O.D. Music, the Cleveland artist worked at the Bape store in Soho. Eventually the "Day N Nite" artist would reach superstardom while remaining close with his Bape family, which led to a few widely popular T-Shirt collabs with the Japanese brand.


The Three Six Mafia collab with Supreme in 2012 took us back to the days of "Tear Da Club Up" with the Hypnotize Mind tee's and images.


After the release of his highly acclaimed WMWTSO, Mac released a limited edition collection with Neff that featured some great Aztec print pieces and affordable prices.


Jadakiss provided us with an eerie smile while holding two guns to his cheekbones in the photo tee collab that he did with Alife.


Kanye put his creative expertise to use in the fashion world last year with his special collaboration with A.P.C.


As Rocky's status was peaking in 2012, and the world became in love with his fashion sense, San Francisco clothing brand, Black Scale teamed with Pretty Flaco for a minor capsule collection that featured hoodies, crewnecks and some tees.


Jay dropped his "New York Holiday" collab with high-end retailer, Barneys last year during the Holidays. Even though the garments were highly expensive Jay worked with some of the most elite brands in fashion like Rick Ownes, En Noir, Balenciaga for the collaboration.