Nike Adidas Records, 2015

LP, 12 tracks



Two days after releasing the Rap Money EP, Shirt surprised-dropped Nike Adidas Records. The dirty, free, full length LP was said to be the follow-up to the free RAP LP Shirt had dropped one year prior. The name "Nike Adidas Records" referenced the "top quality songs" people had come to love from the rapper throughout the year, as well as give a wink to his illegal streetwear project. The 12-track album included songs unlicensed songs such as Bengal Tiger, Cuba, Chuchi and Jujo and other fan favorites. The image (to the left) is a modified photo by Shirt of Ed Rusha's Records, 2000, imagining the album as a leather bound object.





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