The collection includes tees, long-sleeves, and hoodies emblazoned with designs by Los Angeles–based artist and Teenage Teardrops co-founder Cali Thornhill DeWitt. Previously, DeWitt worked with West on his Life of Pablo merch. Below, get a glimpse at DeWitt's latest collection:
The NASIR pieces, starting at $30 for a tee/digital album combo, are now available via Nas' online shop. NASIR vinyl is also up for pre-order.
NASIR is the fourth seven-track West-produced album to drop in as many weeks. The G.O.O.D. onslaught began with Pusha-T's career-defining DAYTONA at the end of May, followed by West's solo album Ye and his Kid Cudi collab Kids See Ghosts. While Pusha secured widespread critical acclaim for what is pretty inarguably his strongest solo album and quite possibly an instant classic, West's solo album—though rightfully praised for its candid lyrical approach to bipolar disorder—has been criticized for its failure to full-on address West's pro-Trump album promo.
The final planned seven-track album from the G.O.O.D. team is Teyana Taylor's VII follow-up, tentatively titled KTSE.