Supreme, a street wear icon has officially teased us with it's upcoming collaboration with Jamaican dancehall and reggae icon Buju Banton. Buju has become a worldwide legend in the reggae music business in the early 90's, giving us two critically acclaimed albums.
In the 2000s Buju captured the acknowledgement of a wider audience by winning a Grammy for his album Before the Dawn in 2011. The reggae phenom unfortunately had some turbulence with authorities as he was arrested and charged in 2009 for conspiracy to distribute and possession of cocaine. Convicted in 2011 and sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison, fans were left without his presence and new music. As his release got closer in December 2018, the music world was in a stir with anticipations of performances and new music to come. Buju Banton’s classic songs include “Murderer,” “Destiny,” “Champion,” and “Driver A” to name a few.
Regarding the Supreme collab, there have not been any solid dates of a drop if any, but a sneak peak of Buju rocking a white box logo Supreme tee has hit social media leading to speculations of a Supreme Picture tee as seen in previous years with celebrities such as Mike Tyson, Dipset, Kermit the Frog and Nas just to name a few.