We remembered back in the 2000s when Nelly and the St. Lunatics were one of the most successful crews in rap. The St. Lunatics had a promising talent named Murphy Lee, who went on short solo run that sprung hits like “Wat Da Hook Gon Be” and “Hold Up.” What’s important, though, was Murphy Lee’s style in many of his appearances in Nelly’s videos as well as his own. He carried himself in such a manner that was both confident and comfortable.

With this in mind, the folks at Four Pins put together a history of his outfits during this era. Many fans regard Murphy Lee as a style icon—a testament to him being ahead of his time in his style choices. Head over to Four Pins to check it out.

The Definitive Sartorial Evolution Of Murphy Lee