Kanye West dropped his new — and long awaited –“Jesus Is King” album on Friday, October 25. While the record confronted a run of month-long hiccups that stalled its release, the 42-year-old had no issues falling upon merchandise to correspond with his new hits.
Pieces in the new collection can be found on West’s site and they include include T-shirts ($60) crew neck hoodies ($170-$250) sweatpants ($140) hats ($45) long-sleeve T-shirts ($70) and hooded sweatshirts ($170). You could also get the album in a couple of different forms, such as an electronic copy for $10, a CD version for $13 and a vinyl for all you vintage-lovers for $25.

Purchases include presale ticket entry to a upcoming Kanye West event — mysterious! — and some pieces even include a free digital download of this”Jesus Is King” Album. Obviously, that is a score if you are a sucker for great merch and have been streaming the record obsessively.

If”Jesus Is King” apparel seems familiar, that’s because West dropped a first line of album-themed merch on September 27, 2019 (the date that the album was initially set to be published ). Fans were perplexed to see merchandise with no new music to listen to, neverthelessthey quickly scooped up T-shirts and crew necks.
After the success of his Sunday Service merch in Coachella in April, the rapper filed a trademark for its label on July 19, 2019 to comprise”bottoms, dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, loungewear, scarves, tops, socks and tops.” According to TMZ, the request was denied because someone owns the rights to the name.
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If you want to get your hands on”Jesus Is King” merch anytime soon, we encourage you to get your orders in fast. According to the site, it is going to take 4 to 5 weeks for your purchases to ship — and you know you are likely to need to throw that hoodie on…ASAP.