The latest Supreme collaboration rumor has officially been confirmed on the brand's Instagram. Supreme announced on Sunday that they will be teaming up with Public Enemy and UNDERCOVER via a short video clip of Public Enemy's Chuck D.

In the video snippet, Chuck D, the leader of the legendary rap group, discussed Fear of a Black Planet, their third studio album, which was released in 1990. Chuck D described the iconic album as "laughing at the fallacy of race as an endorsed game so people can benefit at the expense of others based on their appearance and fear is not accepting the truth about it." 

Official details on the collaboration have not yet been released, but Instagram user @dropsbyjay alleges that the collaboration will be dropped on the Supreme website March 15. The Chuck D video opens with the rapper discussing the political climate of the 1980s, implying an old-school vibe for this collection.

Supreme recently collaborated with Nike and the NBA for official merchandise. The collaboration was modeled by J.R. Smith of the Cleveland Cavaliers.