Travis Scott's Cacti Brand Could Be Coming Soon

Billboards, custom Air Force 1s, and branded hats have recently appeared.

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Travis Scott is rumored to be working on his own clothing brand, aptly named Cacti. The Houston-born rapper is known for his collaborations with Jordan Brand and Nike, his merchandise, and a potential EVISU collaboration alongside his music. Now, however, more information is pointing to a possible unveiling of Cacti.

In recent weeks, a pointy-faced logo has adorned huge billboards in America. La Flame himself has stepped out in a pair of customized Nike Air Force 1 sneakers sporting the same logo on the heel. And as you can see above, there are already images of Travis Scott wearing caps complete with the aforementioned logo alongside block capital “CACTI” branding.

There is no official information about Cactus Jack’s Cacti brand releasing for now. Stay tuned to HYPEBEAST for updates as news unfolds.

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