Urban Outfitters has dropped an exclusive collection inspired by Jay Z’s 1996 debut studio album Reasonable Doubt.
The range was created in collaboration with Roc-A-Fella co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke, who spoke about the partnership on social media Tuesday.
“I wanted to partner with a retailer that speaks to the everyday consumer by offering quality at an affordable price point,” he wrote on Instagram.
Biggs also teased the collection’s upcoming jacket that features Reasonable Doubt graphics on the chest and back. The design is expected to go extremely fast, as it will be limited to only 196 pieces once it arrives. Until then, customers can get their hands on the rest of the Reasonable Doubt range, which consists of T-shirts, hoodies, and a beanie. All items are emblazoned with graphics like the album cover art, lyrics, a dog with a Roc chain, and a stack of Reasonable Doubt CDs under a gavel.
You can check out the collection below. The items range from $29 to $64, and can be purchased at UO’s online store.