The beef between Bad Boy Records and Death Row Records brought some of hip-hop's most cherished albums and songs, but had an untimely ending with the deaths of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace. It has been more than 15 years since both rappers passed, but their legacies still remain influential in today's rap scene. Especially with the emergence of rappers like A$AP Rocky and Joey Bada$$ who remind us all of '90s hip-hop.

Designer Darien Bruze noted the overwhelming similarities between today's emcees and the handful of artists who were signed to both record labels. To pay homage to Snoop and Dre and Biggie and Craig Mack, the designer has printed up a collection of co-branded T-shirts and shorts that display the record label logos and names of the best artists. Sorry, Loon, you didn't make the cut.

The white version of the tee is exclusive to VFILES and will release online today and in-store at the shop's 12 Mercer St., New York City location. Watch the video below to see the collection's inspiration along with the all the pieces. Are you a Pac or Big fan? It doesn't matter, now, you can rep both.