Nike adidas Records (2015) 

LP, 12 tracks at various lengths
Image courtesy the artist

Some days after releasing the Rap Money EP (2015), Shirt surprised-dropped Nike Adidas Records. The free, full length album was said to be the follow-up to the RAP LP Shirt had dropped the 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 gave a wink to his streetwear and t-shirt project. The 12-track body of work included songs “Bengal Tiger,” Cuba,” “Chuchi and Jujo” and other fan favorites. Above, a modified photo by Shirt imagining the album’s covr art as a leather bound object referencing Ed Rusha's Records (2000). The album was recently uploaded to the digital streaming service Tidal.


Words From My Chick
Bengal Tiger
Turning 17
Attitude Tupac
2015 Chuchi & Jujo
Friends Like Family
All Season
Make Me Come
No Records Sold
Top Of The Whitney