Rock a t-shirt with your new favourite mixtape cover.
The collaborative project fronts features from Travis Scott and Quavo and are laced with bangers that set November off on the right foot, leaving other trap artists with big boots to fill.
In an effort for everyone to not only be listening to the mixtape, fans can now wear dope merchandise. The new capsule collection offers two short sleeved t-shirts and two long-sleeved t-shirts. The clothes front the cover art of a vicious dog barking, as well as a trio of dogs sitting heavy with chains around their necks. Also available for purchase is a poster signed by the three rappers, that comes equipped with a free project download. You can order the looks on their web store.
Last week a lot of attention was paid to Metro Boomin's Twitter after the young producer tweeted out a number of statements warning upcoming industry cats to steer clear of Atlantic Records, more specifically, Warner's Artist Publishing Group executive, Mike Caren and his APG group. Metro said dealing with the group would "steal your soul."
He tweeted that the group takes advantage of "hungry artists/producers/writers who put their whole life into their music." He later stated that he isn't against all major labels but does say, "APG is just evil."
"I let APG fly me to LA when I was 19. It was something I was of course excited about beforehand but day by day saw how full of [shit] they were," he added.
Mike Will Made It replied to Metro's tweets in agreeance, "Factual , Caron looked 2012 Mike Will in the eyes after hearing my whole catalog and said you don't have ANY hits but we can help u wit that."
Check out just a few of his tweets below.
I just want to be clear and not publicly disrespect those who have been in my corner all along.— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) October 18, 2017
But like I said, stay away from APG. They play by their own rules.— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) October 18, 2017
This is not about slander. This is about not letting art and more importantly, lives go to waste.— Metro Boomin (@MetroBoomin) October 18, 2017