We really hope Jay Z is catching a check from Tom Ford right about now. After all, the hook to one of the songs  off his latest album, Magna Carta... Holy Grail, is just him chanting "Tom Ford" which is basically an ad for a brand most of his fans could never afford (Knowing Jay, he's probably getting paid: He once caught a check after dropping a reference to the Motorola Two-way Pager). But hey, this is hip-hop and hip-hop aspires.

Maybe that's why in recent years more and more rappers are naming their songs after high end luxury brands. Sure, there are still rap classics like Run–D.M.C.'s "My Adidas" which rep more reasonably affordable brands, but for the most part rappers have become even more obsessed with status symbol items provided by the likes of YSL, Dior, Givenchy and more. So from "Tom Ford" to "Gucci Gucci," check out 28 Rap Songs Named After Clothing Brands.

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