The Award Tour, run by Philip T. Annand , has been slowly releasing preview images of his upcoming t-shirt release.
Hit the jump to see images of a few of the upcoming releases, including the “Peace of 1990″ and “Ivy Mountains Long Sleeve” designs.
Rick Ross released his career fourth album, Teflon Don, this week.
Along with the album release, he’s also let loose of a t-shirt design, which features the phrase, “Blowing Money Fast.” The design is available on both a white and black colorway. You can view the white version after the jump.
I don’t know what to think about that irresponsible sentiment towards money, but for some reason, Rick Ross’ music always seems to catch my ear.
You can blow your $30 fast on Rick Ross’ ”Blowing Money Fast” t-shirt via his t-shirt site.
At the beginning of the month, Gold Coin let loose of their Summer 2010 t-shirt collection.
Within the new batch of releases is six t-shirts, one raglan shirt, a crewneck, and a black wool five panel hat.
Each of the t-shirts, raglan and crewneck is available in multiple colorways.
T-shirts retail for $30, raglan shirt $35, crewneck $60, and hat $40. You can order them online via Gold Coin. Hit the jump to see images of all the pieces.
With today’s music industry dominated by internet, you may have already moved on to the next artist, but Drake’s Thank Me Later album is only a little over a week old.
Crooks & Castles came out with a t-shirt to help celebrate the release of of Drake’s latest project. They’re getting some flak for being “on Drake’s dick”, which seems to be the common response to anybody showing support to anybody else nowadays.
If you like his music, support it and enjoy. If you don’t, there are plenty of other artists out there for you to rock to, and you can do so without actively crapping on another artist at the same time.
The really funny thing about this t-shirt, however, is the grammatical mistake of spelling what’s supposed to be “You’re” as “Your.” Keep reading books kids.
Along with the Blessure Grave’s June “Stranger in the House” 7″ single release, is a Mishka t-shirt celebrating the group.
For the Stranger in the House release 100 records were pressed on pink vinyl and will be packaged with a T-shirt featuring the cover art. There will also be a general release of 200 7-inches on plain black vinyl without the T-shirt. Each of these releases will feature a cover song as it’s B-side, that will be curated by Mishka. For this release Blessure Grave covered Sleep’s stoner metal classic Dragonaut.
Hit the jump to see the music video for Blessure Grave’s “Stranger in the House.
Stonewall is a charity based out of the UK that’s dedicated to helping ensure equality for gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals. Their highly successful campaign includes the slogan, “Some people are gay, get over it.”
They’ve released some t-shirts with the slogan, and they’ve been starting to take off.
You can get yours for £10 via Stonewall. They do ship to the U.S.
Yeah. I’m sure you’re mind will go where mine immediately went when I first glanced at this design.
Anyway, Def Jux artist El-P is getting close to releasing his album, Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3, the third installment to his megamix series. To celebrate, he’s offering up this shirt.
It’s a little pricey at $35, but can be yours if you order via Def Jux.
If you like skulls, guns and boobs, then you’re going to take a liking to Irons Situation Control‘s Summer 2010 T-shirt collection.
No, I’m just playing and don’t mean to simplify the quality work here from Irons.
But, let’s just say they don’t hold back. Hit the jump to see additional images.
Retailers are getting the new season June 2010:
In4mation – Honolulu, Hawaii
5&a Dime – San Diego, California
True – San Francisco, California
Major – Washington, DC
Persona – Nashua, New Hampshire
Premier Skateboarding – Grand Rapids, Michigan
Reed Space – New York, New York
Simons – Miami, Florida
One World Access – Malibu, California
Serpentine – Toronto, Canada
Not too much going on with this design, but that’s why it’s attracted. Simple, clean lines and a design that doesn’t try to do too much.
It will be available starting Friday, May 21st via Commonwealth.
Underground hip hop emcee J-Live has put out a couple classic albums including The Best Part and All Of The Above and continues to make incredible music.
In his online shop amongst his albums is this t-shirt, promoting the idea of not succumbing and limiting yourself musically to only commercial, radio hits.
“Real DJ’s Don’t Take Requests” is available for $15 via J-Live Music. Not familiar with J-Live? Hit the jump to listen to one of his most popular tracks, “Satisfied.”
Dumhi is an independent hip-hop group that consists of producer Haj Rana Pinja and an array of buddies. With each album, the emcees change, offering up a slightly different sound and feel to each project.
The group started out by getting together to make music one night over some hash and some pastrami sandwiches. When the night was over, they had created their first album.
The “Stakes Is Dumhi” t-shirt is a visually play off of De La Soul’s artwork for their 1989 classic album, Stakes Is High.
In 1996 the Stakes were High. In 2010, the Stakes is DUMHI.
Printed on American Apparel and available now for $19.99 via Dumhi.
Hit the jump to hear the latest from Dumhi, featuring emcee Elucid and entitled, “No Redemption” off their upcoming June release, The Jungle.