The two made their debut apart of the PUMA family this past weekend at ComplexCon in Chicago – DaniLeigh teamed up with PUMA Hoops star, Marvin Bagley III to debut the first drop from PUMA’s collaboration with Def Jam in celebration of the legendary label’s 35th anniversary, while Gunna did a live design session with streetwear and sneaker designer, Alexander John. He also posed in front of PUMA’s Nipsey Hussle tribute.
Gunna and DaniLeigh join the likes of Selena Gomez, Meek Mill, Big Sean, G-Eazy, A Boogie, and Dreezy, among others on PUMA’s vast music roster. More from each of their partnerships with PUMA will be announced in the months ahead.
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