I dare you to have a more prolific 2017 than Gucci Mane. This month alone, the Trap God has blessed the planet with an autobiography, a new Mr. Davis cut entitled "Curve," and an appearance on Evander Griiim's "Right Now (Teen Mix)" with Lil Yachty. And now, to close out the month, we have the launch of Gucci's streetwear line Delantic.
Delantic, which takes its name from Gucci Mane's middle name, launched its inaugural drop Friday. The first drop features four different T-shirts designs, including Gucci-inspired work from celebrated pop artist Kristofferson San Pablo and photographer Geordie Wood.
Peter and Patty Chung (Supreme, Nike) designed the collection. Check out drop one (super reasonably priced at $40) in full below. The official Delantic lookbook, featuring Bhad Bhabie and Lil Xan, is live over at Hypebeast. Shop the collection here.
Earlier this month, we received word that Gucci would soon be dropping his own Rebooks.
The Guwop Reebok DMX Run 10, complete with an all-white design and silver detailing, was teased by Gucci on Instagram but doesn't yet have an official release date.
Gucci has plenty to celebrate, as the aforementioned Autobiography of Gucci Mane—penned with Neil Martinez-Belkin—was recently confirmed as a New York Times Best Seller. The book debuted at No. 4, right between Katy Tur's 2016 election-themed Unbelievable and Jeannette Walls' The Glass Castle.