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Drake Takes a Look Back at His Past Work With a New Merch Drop on DrakeRelated

Drake has dropped a new set of merch, this time giving a nod to his past albums and their artworks. Since the release of his latest album Honestly, Nevermind, fans have been vocal about the album, with some commenting that they liked his previous albums better. Drake, who has never been one to shy away from trolling, has turned this into the perfect opportunity to pay tribute to his old albums with a slew of merch releases that poke fun at fans who have said they were bigger fans of his "old stuff."

The drop features seven different styles, beginning with the official Honestly Nevermind album tee. For his 2011 Take Care album, Drake mashes up the current album artwork with the "Huge Fan of Your Old Stuff" graphic printed over it. In reference to his 2013 mixtape Nothing Was The Same, DrakeRelated drops a new white t-shirt with the album artwork and "Huge Fan" graphic over it. Next is an IYRTITL and Honestly Nevermind hoodie and as a nod to his 2016 Views album, an oversized fit short sleeve with the phrase "Views Was Actually Pretty Good" graphic can be seen printed on the chest. Finally, More Life gets a shout out and makeover with the "Huge Fan" graphic as well. Acknowledging Summer '22, the Sympathy t-shirt which was first announced last month features a camo print with and the words in hunter orange.

The collection is now available on DrakeRelated and ranges between $45 USD and $85 USD.

Elsewhere in fashion, MARKET has released its second nostalgic capsule collaboration with Looney Tunes.

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