There's no doubt that Jay-Z is one of the most legendary rappers in the game, with thirteen studio albums, several collaborative projects, multiple businesses, a superstar wife, and his own streaming service. Earlier this year, Hov came through with 4:44 to unanimous critical acclaim, proving that his longevity in the game is nigh unparalleled. And while he continues to make moves, there are many who still look back fondly on Jay's debut album, the certified classic Reasonable Doubt; in fact, some Jay fans actually consider the project to be his definitive work. Well, those fans are now in luck, as Urban Outfitters have announced a new collection celebrating the album's legacy.

The collection was brought to life in collaboration with Roc-A-Fella's co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke, who explained his decision to work with Urban Outfitters in particular. ""I wanted to partner with a retailer that speaks to the everyday consumer by offering quality at an affordable price point," wrote Biggs, in an Instagram post. To make the clothing line even more appealing to collectors, Biggs also teased an upcoming jacket, with a mere 196 entering production, all numbered. The jacket is set to have Reasonable Doubt graphics on both the front and back, and looks to become a sought after collector's item. 

For now, you can look into the other items in the collection, which include t-shirts, hoodies, and a beanie. The designs center around lyrics and artwork from the album, and range in price from between $29 and $64. If you're interested in copping some new Jigga Man threads, you can head over to Urban Outfitter's online store right here.  

Speaking of Reasonable Doubt, our latest edition of "Who Had The Better Debut Album" actually covered Jay's project, pitting him up against his longtime collaborator Kanye West's The College Dropout. Add your thoughts to the discourse by hitting the link above, and check out the Reasonable Doubt clothing line below.