Drake is a veteran musician, and he knows his worth more than anyone else ever could understand. However, just days after the release of his seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind, Drake has returned with a new collection of merchandise that features his earlier album covers.
After his album’s recent release, Drizzy addressed criticism of his recent move into dance music by saying, “It’s all good if you don’t get it yet. That’s what we do. We waiting for you to catch up. We’re caught up already. On to the next. My goodness.” The OVO hitmaker yesterday went a step further by launching a range of merchandise that is especially targeted at followers who long for the return of Drizzy’s previous self.
Drake has launched a number of “Huge Fan Of Your Old Stuff” merchandise as a part of his ongoing Honestly, Nevermind series on Drake Related, essentially adopting Jay-Z’s famous The Blueprint III slogan “Nggas want my old sht, buy my old albums.”
Drake’s biggest albums from the 2010s, such as Take Care, Nothing Was The Same, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, Views, and More Life, are featured on the merchandise, which also includes t-shirts, long sleeve shorts, and hoodies. The merchandise also pokes fun at fans of his older music with phrases like “Huge Fan Of Your Old Stuff” on many of the items, including the Take Care shirt that Tobey Maguire recently wore and the already-sold-out IYRTITL hoodie.
You can check out some of the designs below.
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