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Style x Sound | dead prez x Supreme Fall 2019 Collection

There’s still nothing bigger than hip-hop!

The past few years have seen Supreme branch out for a bevy of unlikely and unexpected collaborations. They are back at it yet again, this time around linking up with the hip-hop duo dead prez. The iconic streetwear imprint and the legendary hip-hop duo have come together to create a collaborative Fall 2019 collection. The collection celebrates the group’s style and past, doing so with bold attention to detail throughout. Dead prez is comprised of rappers M-1 and The two first met in 1990 while attending the HBCU Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida.

In 2000 dead prez released their debut album Let’s Get Free, gaining international attention in the process. They touch on topics and themes from racism, inequality, police injustice, corporate manipulation, and the school-to-prison pipeline. The group continues to work on health and fitness, meditation, sustainability, empowerment, community building, social services, and entrepreneurship. Now they have aligned with Supreme for an outstanding new collection of Fall-ready apparel. The collection features artwork from Let’s Get Free and Revolutionary But Gangsta. This is seen on a quilted work jacket, hoodie, sweatpants, T-shirts, five-panel caps, and a bandana. Each piece comes in a bevy of colorways, providing a nice dose of nostalgia and style for the colder seasons of the year. For fans of the group, this is sure to be a must-have.

Take a closer look at the dead prez x Supreme Fall 2019 collection in the images below. Look for the range to arrive at Supreme’s New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Paris, and online store starting December 5th. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for all the latest in style and streetwear.

Photos via Supreme 

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Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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