Yung Lean Drops More New Clothing

The Swedish rapper and Sad Boys Entertainment drop their first standalone collection.

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Back in January, Swedish rapper Yung Lean and the Sad Boys Entertainment crew dropped their very first piece of clothing, teaming up with Visíble and designer o’D Möngke to drop an exclusive oversized button-down. Now Lean and company are back with their very first standalone collection. Featuring original graphics by ECCO2K, the streetwear-centric drop includes hoodies, crew neck sweatshirts and both long- and short-sleeve tees alike — each which are numbered “001” as an indicator of future drops.

Ranging for $34 to $60 USD, the pieces are available now via the SBE web store while supplies last. As far as music goes, stay tuned for Lean’s Warlord — the followup to 2014’s Unknown Memory is expected to drop before the end of the month.

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