Gucci Mane has been in full entrepreneur mode since his 2016 prison release. In addition to delivering music project after music project, Mr. Davis has also published a best-selling autobiography, landed a biopic deal, and launched his very own clothing line called Delantic; the latter of which rolled out in fall of 2017, offering a range of graphic tees featuring Kristofferson San Pablo and Geordie Woods’ artwork.
Now, about six months after Delantic’s debut, Gucci has teamed up with Stadium Goods to deliver another round of streetwear essentials just in time for the new season. The range expands the brand’s offerings with fleece sweatpants, cut-and-sew pullover hoodies, boxers, and, of course, more graphic tees.
“We just trying to make a super-duper dope clothing line,” Gucci told GQ last year. “Exclusive. Super trend. Super hip. Well made. Well crafted. Something that you be proud to spend your money on, and when you get it you really got a collectors item. I don’t want to do what everyone else does.”
Stadium Goods did a soft launch of the new Delantic collection not too long ago, selling select embroidered sweats and hoodies online. Fans can get their hands on the rest of the pieces exclusively at Stadium Good's webstore at 12 p.m. ET Wednesday (March 21).
You can check out the range—modeled by 1017 Eskimo Records signees ZMoney, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and Yung Mal, among others—in the lookbook images below.