adidas Originals Acquires 21 Savage, Young Thug & Playboi Carti For "Faces of Crazy" Campaign

Trippy trifecta.

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If you were looking for three of hip-hops most eccentric characters you couldn’t go wrong by selecting 21 Savage, Young Thug and Playboi Carti and that is exactly what adidas Originals has done. The brand with the Three Stripes has tapped up this trio of mercurial talent to feature in its “Faces of Crazy” campaign — created for the re-release of the Crazy 8 Sneaker.

As adidas has stated, the “basketball-inspired footwear proudly looks and behaves nothing like its predecessors,” therefore the brand is exploring these artist’s uniqueness, creativity, and charisma with aim of manifesting these traits in the sneaker.

Make sure to stay tuned for more information on the “Faces of Crazy” campaign and the re-launch of the Crazy 8 Sneaker. In other adidas-related news, the Yeezy 500 Runner surfaces in a brand new colorway.

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