/  03.14.2021


YG’s 4Hunnid clothing line released a collection with Snoop Dogg on Friday (March 12) and all of the items are sold out already. The “Doggystyle” collection dropped on 4Hunnid’s online web store and fast-clicking fans quickly purchased the apparel. 

Ranging from $30 chronic rolling trays to a $100 pair of chinos and $100 red/blue flannels, every single offering included in the collection appears on the site with two words written across the image: Sold Out. 

The “Doggystyle” collection takes its name from Snoop’s debut album and was also inspired by ‘90s LA streetwear. 4Hunnid’s lead designer Charlie C. Picasso and YG came up with the concepts for the clothes before presenting the idea to Snoop.

According to Complex, YG has been wanting to work with Snoop for a long time.

“The history of his brand is everything the 4Hunnid brand represents: Westside Shit,” YG told the site. “Snoop loved it and told us to do us. We pulled shit we thought defined Snoop in the fashion world and put our twist on it.”

It’s a shame all the gangster gear is gone. There were 6 panel snapbacks with “Doggystyle” custom embroidered above the bill, crewnecks with chronic leafs,T-shirts with Snoop’s “Murder Was the Case” mug, “G Thang” shirts with bandannas on the 4Hunnid logo, khaki “OG” chinos and a variety of flannels. 

YG shared a video on Instagram promoting the collection ahead of its release. Within the clip, Snoop & the 4Real 4Real rapper are surrounded by models wearing the OG flannels and chinos from the collection as Tupac’s “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” plays in the background. Snoop dons a blue pinstripe suit and YG’s, of course, is red.

“There you have it,” Snoop says in the teaser. “The 4Hunnid D-o-dub collaboration. Go get you some before they’re gone. Hurry up! Them shits are selling out.”

“Yeah, they are,” YG replies.

4Hunnid has not announced whether they plan to restock the collection. 

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