King Ice, an LA-based streetwear jewelry brand is releasing an official Death Row Records apparel capsule featuring basketball/baseball jerseys and hats.
Death Row Records was one of the most significant labels in music history. Since it was founded in 1991, its cultural impact was monumental cultivating superstars like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and 2Pac Shakur. By 1994, the label had generated $300 million in sales producing numerous classic hip-hop albums including Dre’s “The Chronic” (1992) certified triple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, Snoop’s “Doggystyle” (1992) certified quadruple-platinum and Pac’s “All Eyez On Me” (1996) certified diamond by the RIAA.
King Ice previously partnered with Death Row Records, releasing a jewelry collection inspired by the legendary music label. Artists like Snoop Dogg, The Game, NLE Choppa and many others have been spotted wearing the pieces. As Death Row Records experiences a revival in popularity, King Ice, has developed a capsule of quality jerseys and hats, just in time for summer 2020.
The capsule features five basketball jerseys, two baseball jersey, and two hats. Multiple colorways include, red, blue, yellow, black, and white.
The jerseys are made in the USA with 100% polyester, which holds color and prevents shrinking. To prevent any peeling or fading each patch has been securely embroidered, rather than heat sealed, for long-lasting quality.
The baseball jerseys are finished with a full-button front and dropped tail, round-cut hem for a genuine fit.
The hats are made with 100% polyester, featuring a 3D gold metal Death Row Records logo button and raised embroidered print with a snapback closure.
The Jerseys will be priced at $150, while the hats will be $60.
To purchase, visit: King Ice – Death Row Records Collection
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