Pictures of Jay-Z and PUMA’s 4:44 Collaboration Are Released
Photo Credit: Twitter: @sneakerboxClyde
Jay Z’s recently release his album 4:44 which conveyed a powerful message of honesty and humility that stays with fans amidst a number of new releases from today’s popular artists. To keep the flame of interest alive, Hov announced a collaboration with PUMA to coincide with the announcement of an upcoming tour for the album. Now, a senior member of PUMA’s marketing department (@sneakerboxClyde) released the first image of the shoe that comes from collab on Twitter.
The image shows a lowtop sneaker that features the 4:44 album title on the back heel. A black bar code is also shown across the back of the shoe. The tan coloring of the album cover also covers the sneaker. There’s also a white sole at the bottom to wrap things up. Across the back of the sole, the signature PUMA logo appears in white, almost non-visible. Besides this picture, details are scarce on the shoe.
Hov’s announcement of his collaboration with PUMA doesn’t come as a surprise. Both Big Sean and Rihanna, two artists on his RocNation imprint, already have collaborations with the clothing company.
Jay Z’s 4:44 came out on June 29 and was certified platinum within a week according to the Recording Industry Association of America. He’s currently missing out on $1 million per week by keeping the record off of Spotify.