Roc 96 Pays Tribute to Jay Z’s ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Album With 14 Capsule Collections
In October, Roc-A-Fella Records' co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke celebrated the 20th anniversary of Jay Z’s classic debut album Reasonable Doubt with a special pop-up shop in NYC themed after the coveted LP. Now, a few months removed from the successful pop-up location, Biggs and Roc Nation's lifestyle specialist, Emory “Vegas” Jones, are set to pay homage to the classic album one more time with the upcoming drop of 14 limited edition capsule collections on the same day.
Created by Fourth of November’s design team and conceptualized by “Biggs” and “Vegas,” the 14 capsule collection release serves as a modern re-introduction of the timeless album for fans and streetwear enthusiasts. Compromised of a wide range of garments, Roc 96's special release will consist of coach jackets, graphic tees and hoodies, long sleeve shirts, snapbacks, beanies and dad hats. Each piece from the collection will feature bold graphics and detailed construction, and dived into 14 categories, representing the 14 song titles of Reasonable Doubt through graphic images and clever lyrics. Every design is meant to tell a story from start to finish through the visual appeal.
The Roc 96 14 capsule collection will range from $25 to $145, and will be distributed to 14 top retailers around the country with each store carrying one exclusive capsule collection out of the 14 in total. Check out the full range of the collection and retailers carrying the capsules now at the Roc 96 website.
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