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Drake’s Scorpion Merch Has Something for Everyone

Drake's Scorpion Merch Has Something for Everyone
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Aubrey is heading out on tour, and he’s taking his finest screenprinted wares with him.

Reigning rap dons Drake and Migos have finally embarked on their much anticipated “Aubrey & The Three Migos” tour. The high-flying show, which kicked off last week in Kansas City, Mo. after several delays, will make its way throughout the U.S. and Canada until its final stop in Atlanta late this fall. And in an era still dominated by graphic tees and merch madness, no mega-tour is complete without a full-scale production of merch. Drake, being the business- and meme-savvy man that he is, knows this. He’s also not one to underdeliver. Case in point: a brand-new collection of Drizzy tour merch that includes enough T-shirts, sweatpants, and hats to create an all-Drake wardrobe, should you be so inclined.

This isn’t the first batch of Scorpion-associated merch we’ve seen from the 6 God. When that double album was released last month, the rapper made sure to drop a highly covetable and customizable coach jacket. But that was just one jacket, and these days fans are used to collection-sized lots of artist merchandise—just see recent tours and album cycles from Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, and the OG of mega-merch collections, Kanye West. And if you know one thing about Drake, other than the fact that my dude seems to have some extremely bad luck when it comes to love, it’s that he isn’t one to hold back—in music or in merch. His current merch offering clocks in at a whopping 21 pieces, which means there is almost certainly a T-shirt or hoodie or dad hat for you. Some of our favorites include a graphic tee with a photo-realistic illustration of prayer hands (#blessed), a hoodie with the tour dates blasted in huge type on the back, and a vintage-inspired shirt that looks more like it came from an Iron Maiden concert back in the day.

How long will the practice of musicians releasing “fledgling streetwear brand” quantities of merch per tour continue to be profitable? We don’t have an answer. But the graphic T-shirt doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. And at this point, fans expect a plethora of merchandise choices to come with a new album or big tour; one or two options doesn’t cut it. Drake knows this and made sure he wouldn’t leave anyone wanting. And the best part? Unlike Iron Maiden merch in the ‘80s, you can cop all these Drake threads from the comfort of your own home.

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