Over the weekend, the universe was gifted with the knowledge that Supreme would soon be dropping a new collaboration with Public Enemy and Undercover. Now, we have the full details on what, exactly, that collaboration will entail.

 

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Supreme's Spring 2018 collab with Public Enemy and UNDERCOVER includes a range of pieces emblazoned with artwork from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees' hugely influential 1990 classic Fear of a Black Planet, described by Chuck D in an accompanying promo clip as "laughing at the fallacy of race as an endorsed game."

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The collection includes hoodies, tees, jewelry, rugs, Doc Martens, and more. Hit up Supreme stores in New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, London, and Paris (or just shop their website) starting March 15 to grab a piece or three. Japan gets the collection March 17. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union.

See select pieces from the collab below. For more info, do this.

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In an interview with Rolling Stone in January, Chuck D gave his prediction for the future of the United States. If the planet is even still around by 2050, Chuck said, the nation might end up divided into three ideologically opposed countries.