If the purported Lil Wayne/Cash Money beef has you feeling some type of way, you can focus on the happier times of Cash Money with Kinship’s newest bomber jacket. The Cashed Out bomber features an all-over print of the early album releases that help build Cash Money into the power house we know today—from some of its first, less known acts like U.N.L.V. and Kilo G to classics chart toppers like Hot Boyz and Big Tymers. The bomber is satin-lined in a bright green, obviously.
Lil Wayne has been making headlines lately for some very public shade he’s been throwing at his label Cash Money. He went on a Twitter rant last week where he called himself and his creativity “a prisoner,” and blamed Baby and Cash Money for refusing to release his long-anticipated album. He then told attendees at Vice's 20th Anniversary concert that his days at the label are numbered.
Kinship is known for its series of hip-hop themed album cover bombers. It has previously released styles that pay tribute to Bad Boy, Dipset, and some of the iconic females of 90’s hip-hop and R&B. The lookbook for the Cashed Out bomber features rising rapper Manolo Rose, and can be seen below in its entirety. Visit the Kinship website to purchase.