For every Sean Jean, and Rocawear; there was an Akoo, Nostic, and Vokal. Throughout the 2000's, if a rapper had a little bit of money and was willing to attach his name to a brand, he'd send out a clothing line. While most of these lines ended up at your local T.J. Maxx and A.J, Wright (R.I.P.), this trend would evolve into some impressive, critically appreciated collections—like Andre 3000's Benjamin Bixby. While rapper clothing lines have evolved into things like the Kanye West's Yeezy Season 1 and 2, it's safe to say that attempts at rapper-related clothing are mixed at best.