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Sneaktip collaborates with Slaughterhouse

Submitted by on July 7, 2009 – 10:50 amNo Comment


Sneaktip, the premier clothing and lifestyle brand from Brooklyn, New York, has partnered up with hip-hop super group Slaughterhouse for a tee that can only be described as a cut above the rest.

“This is exactly what the industry needs right now. With Sneaktip being the future of street fashion, and Slaughterhouse being the future of street music, this collaboration made sense across all boards” says Craig Hackey, the marketing director at Sneaktip.

The premium tee was quickly put into production for Slaughterhouse’s appearance at the “Paid Dues Festival”, and a deal has since been worked out for it to be sold at each of Slaughterhouse’s performance dates during the “Rock The Bells” tour.

Joell Ortiz, one fourth of Slaughterhouse and Brooklyn native, has been spotted wearing Sneaktip tees in web videos and photo shoots while promoting himself and Slaughterhouse.

“I’m extremely excited about it. It won’t be the first time that we collaborated,” said group member Joe Budden in reference to the collaboration for Paid Dues. “I definitely enjoyed it the first time around, so it made sense to do it again. I can’t express how anxious I am to get the ball rolling” he added.

Slaughterhouse consists of rappers Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I. The group has built a cult following in the past year, selling out NYC’s S.O.B.s with their first live performance earlier this year.



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