After launching their collaboration with The North Face last week, New York-based retailer Supreme is back with another impressive collab, but this time around, the collaborative collection pays tribute to one of the most prolific hip-hop record labels of all time.

Teaming up with Houston-based, Rap-A-Lot Records, today Supreme presents a capsule collection honoring the house that was founded by James Prince in the 1980s. Consisting of a wide range of spring-ready garments, the collection is compromised of the following apparel items and accessories: two varsity jackets, hoodies, graphic tees, beanies, 5-panel caps and a pillow. Each piece from the collection will feature Rap-A-Lot Records' logos throughout the capsule as well as the Geto Boys' infamous album cover for their classic project, We Can't Be Stopped, throughout the tee and hoodie portion this collection.

Based out of Houston, Rap-A-Lot Records helped put Southern rap on the map in the mid 1980s. With acts like The Geto Boys and Devin The Dude coming out of the label, Rap-A-Lot Records established itself as one of the first indie rap labels to havoc commercial success.

The Supreme x Rap-A-Lot Records capsule collection is scheduled to launch on Thurs., April 16, at all Supreme flagship stores worldwide.

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