This Classic Film Has Nas Geeking Out Yet Again

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 14:  Nas (C) poses with Ghostbuster enthusiasts at an event where  Nas with Ron Herman unveil Ghostbusters Fashion Collection on May 14, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Television)

This Classic Film Has Nas Geeking Out Yet Again

The rapper has launched another Ghostbusters clothing collection.

Published May 19, 2016

Nas once again is proud to reveal just how big of a Ghostbusters fan he is. 

While he has created swag inspired by the classic film in the past and included some references in his lyrics throughout the years, this time he was recruited by French boutique Colette to help curate new products and have a hand in a collaboration with five different brands. 

For the partnership, Nas has contributed some apparel from his HSTRY clothing line, which he relaunched two years ago in 2014. 

“My side is the clothes and that’s HSTRY and HSTRY deals with everything that’s movies, war, love, politics, people, places, and things, we do all of that," the rapper shared in an interview with The Source. "This movie is a part of my history."

The items available include a bike, sunglasses and a series of T-shirts, including one with the timeless catch phrase, “Who you gonna call,” as well one design featuring the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. Being the man he is, Nas made sure to pay attention to the details, including the year 1984 in some of the pieces in tribute to the film’s original release.

For this collaboration with Collete, Nas teamed up with New Era, Monster, Tokyobike and Italia Independent to help curate some really fresh gear, all inspired by the iconic film in advance of the Paul Feig reboot hitting theaters later this summer. 

You can shop the collaboration here and learn more about Nas’s latest endeavor by checking out this promotional video below, featuring some behind-the-scenes footage from the New Era HQ and laced with a beat by J57.

The entire #HSTRY x #Ghostbusters collection is available now on Much Luv!

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Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Rich Polk/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Television)


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