Gunna Links Up With Mr. Saturday for ‘DS4EVER’ Merch

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| LAST UPDATE 01/13/2022

By Alexa Alves
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2022 is Gunna's year. Shortly after celebrating his latest album drop, the Drip Too Hard rapper has welcomed yet another win: His very own merch line, inspired by his time in the studio. From a lowdown on the entire collection to the limited-edition pieces it calls for, hang tight while we break everything down about his latest collab. Keep scrolling.

On January 12, Mr. Saturday took to the 'gram to first announce the big news: "Limited Edition Merchandise for @gunna's DS4EVER album release designed by Mr. Saturday," the official account revealed. In celebration of his first mixtape series in four years, Gunna has linked up with the fashion giant for a capsule collection like no other. And no doubt about it, the limited-edition pieces certainly live up to the hype. Let's take a closer look, shall we?

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From graphic tees to muscle tees to a decked-out varsity jacket, each of the line's carefully-curated pieces pays homage to the Atlanta native. Not only will you find DS4EVER's official tracklist etched on the back of the hoodie, but other nods include prints of the rapper's signature iced-out chain, his "Pushin P" catchphrase, and, of course, a "G" for Gunna, stamped on the front of the vintage bomber. The only question that remains now is, well: which drop are you going to cop? Whatever the case may be, definitely don't sleep on it. In fact, the limited-edition collab will only be available for purchase until January 14. In other words? We'd get busy if we were you. Pop on over to the official site for more details. 

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That being said, though, Gunna's accompanying album is just as noteworthy. Since its January 7th release, DS4EVER has marked yet another successful album rollout for the rising king of trap. Not only has the drop already topped the Billboard charts, but it's also brought out several GOATS in the process. With features from Lil Baby to Roddy Ricch, to, of course, his mentor Young Thug, it appears Gunna's reign is just getting started. Stay tuned.

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