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More Details, Release Date & Commercial For Lil Wayne’s 25-Piece Collaboration With American Eagle

More Details, Release Date & Commercial For Lil Wayne's 25-Piece Collaboration With American Eagle

We first got word of this collaboration last month and saw a preview of the collection earlier this month, and now more details about Lil Wayne‘s upcoming “Young Money” fashion line with clothing brand American Eagle have been announced.

For the back-to-school season, AE and Weezy will be releasing an exclusive 25-piece tie-dye and color-blocked collection of t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, jeans, socks, boxers, hats, chains, skate decks, and more. The price of these products will range from $8.00 to $100.00.

The collection will debut and drop next month on August 10th with American Eagle revealing the full line on July 30th. You will be able to find the items in all AE stores, as well as on their official online website. In a statement to WWD, Tune had the following to say about his latest clothing line:

“I know my fans wear and love the brand, so we came together to co-create a collection that blends my personality with American Eagle’s iconic style. We designed the AE x Young Money collection with purpose and pride. Whether it’s my music or my style, I have always used both as an outlet for creativity and to live my truth – without apologies. American Eagle gets it. The brand celebrates individuality and to me that’s something I want to be a part of.”

You can check out a commercial for Tunechi and American Eagle‘s new fashion collaboration after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Performs “I’m Me”, “Believe Me”, “She Will” & More Songs Live At ResoLOUtion 2017 In St. Louis [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Im Me, Believe Me, She Will & More Songs Live At ResoLOUtion 2017 In St Louis

At the very end of 2017, Lil Wayne headlined the ResoLOUtion concert at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri on December 29th.

In order, Weezy performed “Mr. Carter“, “Got Money“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Believe Me“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Rich As Fuck“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “She Will“, “Every Girl” with Mack Maine, “Traphouse Blues” with HoodyBaby, an unreleased song with Gudda Gudda, “Rollin’“, “Wasted“, “Pop That“, “HYFR“, “Loyal“, “The Motto“, “I’m Me“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “A Milli“, “No Problem“, and “No Worries” during his set live.

Tunechi also gave his hat to a kid at the end of the show. You can watch Tune‘s full set at last year’s ResoLOUtion in a video after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Courtside With Chris Brown At Heat vs. Magic Game [Pictures]

Lil Wayne Sat Courtside With Chris Brown At Miami Heat vs Orlando Magic Game

Yesterday, Lil Wayne sat courtside with Mack Maine and Chris Brown watching Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic at the American Airlines Arena in Florida. Weezy was rocking his new Beats, a TRUKFIT cap, a TRUKFIT sweater and two TRUKFIT pendants. Mack also had on a TRUKFIT pendant and Breezy looked to be wearing Tyga’s gold Last Kings jewelry. Hit the jump for a few more photos!

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REBEL8 Streetwear Co. Laces Lil Wayne With Custom New Era Cap

REBEL8 Streetwear Co Laces Lil Wayne With Custom New Era Cap

Bay Area-based streetwear company, REBEL8, has a big fan … and his name is Lil Wayne. So, when Weezy hit them asking for some more gear, they blessed him with a custom, one-of-a-kind R8 fitted.

“Although REBEL8 has been grinding it out for over six years, we are still a very small clothing label,” Joshy D., REBEL8 co-founder, told BallerStatus.com. “When someone of such fame and popularity as Lil Wayne shows interest in the REBEL8 brand, it’s just a beautiful thing. Someone in the top 1% reaching down and picking our brand to represent and wear feels f***ing amazing.”

The company took an off-the-shelf R8 Logo New Era cap and applied one of Mike Giant’s signature fonts under the brim of the cap, reading “Young Money”, the rapper’s label, which he’s been rocking at shows on his recent tour.

Joshy D. also made it clear, the company has never paid for a celebrity endorsement, so Weezy’s interest in the brand is all his own.

“When Lil Wayne rocks REBEL8, it shows me that one of the biggest artists in the world who can afford any brand out there, and gets approached by hundreds to be endorsed, genuinely loves it,” he added. “We have never paid any celeb or ANYONE for that matter to wear REBEL8. Our growth and success is completely organic. Lil Wayne chose us, not the other way around.”

Props to BallerStatus

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