Travis Scott Unveils New Cactus Jack & READYMADE T-Shirt Collaboration

Featuring lyrics from “Yosemite.”

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Earlier this week, Travis Scott released a new tie-dye t-shirt to support and promote Skrillex’s “Sicko Mode” remix. Continuing to use clothing to commemorate his accomplishments, the 26-year-old is releasing a new Cactus Jack and READYMADE t-shirt collaboration to celebrate his two sold-out Madison Square Garden shows.

Notably, Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack and READYMADE t-shirt design features lyrics from the Astroworld cut “YOSEMITE” — “Covered with angels that’s watching my soul” — on the back and a childhood picture of him on the front.

You can take a look at Travis Scott’s new Cactus Jack and READYMADE t-shirt collaboration above, and head on over to Travis Scott’s official website to purchase the item. The aforementioned t-shirt will only be available for sale from now until midnight EST.

Most recently, READYMADE teamed up with CLOT to launch a new pop-up at JUICE Sheung Wan in Hong Kong.

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