The 2008 Grammy-worn pair sells for a loss of $1.6 million USD.
Reportedly featuring a mix of new and old songs from ‘The College Dropout,’ ‘The Life of Pablo,’ and ‘Turbo’ eras.
Sticking to its claim that it wasn’t going to support Ye’s initiatives following his antisemitic remarks.
Featuring the debut of the YEEZY 500 Tactical Boot and familiar styles of the FOAM RNNR, YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 and more.
A replica of the rapper’s Chicago home that he grew up in with his late mother.
For performances of “Praise God” and “Can’t Tell Me Nothing.”
Stating that it is “not part of our strategy” to sell YEEZY products without the name attached to them.
The millions of YEEZYs sold led to over $565 million USD in revenue for adidas.
Chicago rapper Rooga offers an update.
It’s still unclear if this pair is a sample or one that will drop to the masses.