Posted by , Nov 12, 2014 at 03:45pm
Continuing OVO and Capcom's working relationship, the two companies have partnered for a "Street Fighter" line of clothing.

One of the most interesting aspects of this summer's Drake Vs. Lil Wayne tour was video game company Capcom's involvement. The brand behind the hugely popular "Street Fighter" series first released an app that pitted Drizzy and Weezy against each other in a Street Fighter-esque battle, and then applied it to each ensuing show, with concertgoers selecting a "winner" via the app. Well, now it looks like Capcom and Drake aren't done doing stuff together.

OVO's website now includes a "Street Fighter" line of clothing (images in the gallery above), which basically amounts to clothing emblazoned with the label's owl logo seated on a Capcom logo while wearing a karate-style headband. 

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OVO Partners With Capcom For "Street Fighter" Collection

Continuing OVO and Capcom's working relationship, the two companies have partnered for a "Street Fighter" line of clothing.


One of the most interesting aspects of this summer's Drake Vs. Lil Wayne tour was video game company Capcom's involvement. The brand behind the hugely popular "Street Fighter" series first released an app that pitted Drizzy and Weezy against each other in a Street Fighter-esque battle, and then applied it to each ensuing show, with concertgoers selecting a "winner" via the app. Well, now it looks like Capcom and Drake aren't done doing stuff together.

OVO's website now includes a "Street Fighter" line of clothing (images in the gallery above), which basically amounts to clothing emblazoned with the label's owl logo seated on a Capcom logo while wearing a karate-style headband. 

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