#WearTheMessage: 25 Hip Hop Clothing Brands You May Have Forgotten About

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19. Shady Clothing LTD + G-Unit Clothing

These were technically both under the Ecko umbrella, but since they had their own period of decadence, we decided to let them shine. 50 literally got his own clothing line not long after Eminem launched his. Both brands had the same type of gear: hoodies, sweatpants, T-shirts, etc. However, the G-Unit brand has one item of significance to its credit: the wifebeater (or A-shirt for political correctness). Many will recall  that their a-shirts had thick straps that came in multiple colors. To this day, if you walk into a discount store you may very well see bootleg versions of it.

(Photos from Left: Shady LTD, G-Unit)