Fashion Forward: Rappers That Design

Don't miss Swizz Beatz on 106 tonight!

Swizz Beatz\r  - Swizzy has cultivated some of our generation's hottest tracks, but he's also designed for Reebok and Christian Louboutin. His talent transcends all forms of art, so he gets nothing but respect.\r \rDon't miss Swizz Beatz on 106 & Park tonight with his new video, "Street Knock," featuring A$AP Rocky.\r(Photo: Franck Prevel/Getty Images)\r 

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Swizz Beatz\r  - Swizzy has cultivated some of our generation's hottest tracks, but he's also designed for Reebok and Christian Louboutin. His talent transcends all forms of art, so he gets nothing but respect.\r \rDon't miss Swizz Beatz on 106 & Park tonight with his new video, "Street Knock," featuring A$AP Rocky.\r(Photo: Franck Prevel/Getty Images)\r 

Kanye West - It is well known that Kanye has a passion for fashion, so it was only natural for him to debut his clothing line a year ago. Although there's been some confusion over the official name of the clothing line, one thing is for sure, Kanye's designs are fierce.(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Kanye West - It is well known that Kanye has a passion for fashion, so it was only natural for him to debut his clothing line a year ago. Although there's been some confusion over the official name of the clothing line, one thing is for sure, Kanye's designs are fierce.(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Jay-Z - Jay-Z is the head man in charge of Roc Nation and he's building a dynasty, so stay tuned to see how the RN family grows over time.(Photo: Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images)

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Jay-Z - Jay-Z has had his Rocawear clothing line for about a decade now, and recently he starred in a commercial for the brand for the first time. Did we mention that stars like Melanie Fiona and Trey Songz have also been the faces of the clothing line. Jay-Z stays winning!(Photo: Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images)

Sean ?P.Diddy? Combs: Bad Boy Worldwide - Sean ?P.Diddy? Combs is the founder and CEO of Bad Boy Worldwide and Sean John Clothing. Combs was born in Harlem and grew up in Mount Vernon, New York.(Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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Diddy - Diddy has Sean John and he took streetwear to high fashion runways around the world and continued his empire. Classy Diddy, classy. (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Nelly - Nelly had two amazingly successful clothing lines, there was Vokal for men and the Apple Bottoms clothing line for curvaceous women. It was so big that T-Pain and Flo Rida wrote it into a song, "Shawty had them Apple Bottom jeans and boots with the fuuuurrrrrr!" Thank Nelly for that!(Photo: Judy Eddy/WENN.com)

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Nelly - Nelly had two amazingly successful clothing lines, there was Vokal for men and the Apple Bottoms clothing line for curvaceous women. It was so big that T-Pain and Flo Rida wrote it into a song, "Shawty had them Apple Bottom jeans and boots with the fuuuurrrrrr!" Thank Nelly for that!(Photo: Judy Eddy/WENN.com)

50 Cent - When 50 Cent made his almost mythical comeback after being shot nine times in 2000, he brought an army with him: Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and, later, exiles Game and Young Buck, all of whom broke out via Fif's G-Unit Records.(Photo: Dario Cantatore/Getty Images)

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50 Cent - It was the name of his record label, his crew, and a lot of his brands, so we know that you remember 50's G-Unit clothing line. (Photo: Dario Cantatore/Getty Images)

Pharrell Williams\r  - Pharrell means a lot to hip hop because of the beats that he's made, some of the lyrics that he's dropped, but he also made skateboard culture quite chic and very hip hop with his Billionaire Boys Club clothing line and sneaker line, Ice Cream. \r(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

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Pharrell Williams\r  - Pharrell means a lot to hip hop because of the beats that he's made, some of the lyrics that he's dropped, but he also made skateboard culture quite chic and very hip hop with his Billionaire Boys Club clothing line and sneaker line, Ice Cream. \r(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

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Lil Wayne\r  - Weezy, like Pharrell, is bringing some of skate culture to hip hop with his clothing line, Trukfit. Weezy hasn't ever been regarded as a go-to guy when it comes to red carpet fashion, but when it comes to streetwear he may be the master of your wardrobe.\r(Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

4. Diggy Is a Friend of 106 & Park - 106 always appreciates when Diggy comes through and shows love. Whether he's performing, dropping a new video or co-hosting, it's always a treat when he stops by.(Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Diggy\r  - Teens have more sense than most people think, and that's where hip hop prince Diggy comes into the picture. He's been into fashion since he was young, and now with a successful rap career under his belt, he has his Chivalrous Culture sneaker and T-shirt line and it's a hit!\r(photo: John Ricard/BET)

10 Things You Should Know About A$AP Rocky - Rocky counts Harlem icons Dipset as a huge influence on his music, but also looks outside of the city for inspiration?to Bone Thug N Harmony's flow, to UGK's funk edge, and Three Six Mafia's syrupy sonics.   (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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A$AP Rocky - A$AP may not have an official line in the streets yet, but when he does it will definitely be something that will make everyone pay attention. Don't miss A$AP Rocky tonight on 106 & Park at 6P/5C!(photo: John Ricard / BET)