YG announced this past weekend that his clothing line, 4HUNNID, will be heading to the luxury department store Barneys New York joining the likes of Jay-Z and Russell Westbrook. The collection is set to include the usual streetwear staples such as hoodies, tees, and now cut and sewn pieces stretching the price range from $80 all the way up to $575.
The Compton rapper dropped the news at his sold-out fashion show and concert at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where he performed his fourth studio project, Stay Dangerous.
TOO BRAZY! @4hunnid “KUT & SEW” is officially launching in @barneysny @barneysman this fall/spring November This here is what you Kall BLACK EXCELLENCE @diddy voice . . . . . . Special shoutout to the click, @mizzlesupervsn @noblegent @chrle._ @brookelyn_styles & @chelseasutrisno ….. 4HUNNID WAY!
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The rapper also made headlines earlier this week when Madden somehow mistook Colin Kaepernicks name for a curse word and removed it from Big Seans verse on YGs track, Big Bank, which appears on the games soundtrack.
The drop is set to happen sometime this Fall, and YG added to the news by telling the audience, Go buy my sh*t at Barneys, b****!