American hip-hop group Beastie Boys has released a line of T-shirts with Japanese imprint Number (N)ine. The capsule pays homage to the legendary crew’s fourth studio album Ill Communication, which debuted in 1994, as well as “No Sleep Til Brooklyn,” the sixth single from their debut album Licensed to Ill, which pioneered the group’s fusion of hip-hop and punk rock aesthetics. The apparel range features 100% cotton black and white T-shirts with simple graphics referencing the Beastie Boys’ famous tracks. Two T-shirts feature a breast pocket, while one features a graphic print of its members Ad-Rock, MCA and Mike D.
Each shirt retails for ¥7,020 JPY (approximately $61 USD) and can be purchased at Number (N)ine’s online shop.
Number (N)ine also recently released an exclusive range of Mickey Mouse T-shirts.