Denver Hip Hop Merchandise/ Rap Music Local Label Branded Outfit Line Updated

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One of Denver’s most prolific music labels has updated its offerings with officially branded merchandise, giving loyal fans a chance to represent and support their favorite local artists.

The RMXKNG, a Denver-based music label, has updated its merchandise with various branded outfits aimed at hip hop and rap music enthusiasts who want to represent the local scene.

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This newly updated line offers fans the latest branded gear from their favorite RMXKNG artists. It also gives them an opportunity to support the budding local hip hop scene with their purchase.

For those looking for activewear, the company offers joggers that feature the RMXKNG logo with the yin and yang symbol. Priced at $40, this product is made of light and stretchy fabric for maximum comfort during strenuous runs.

These joggers can be paired with the label’s official hoodie jacket, which is made of soft and smooth cotton and polyester mix. Retailing at $50, this makes an ideal go-to hoodie for both sporting activities and casual wear.

The line also includes t-shirts that are produced from a heavy cotton fabric, which makes them more durable. Despite being thicker, these $29 shirts feel soft when worn, making them an automatic wardrobe staple candidate.

Those who want to protect themselves while remaining stylish can add RMXKING’s branded face mask to their mask rotation. These washable and reusable masks come with a nose wire for easy adjustment and a pocket for an extra layer of the filter.

RMXKNG’s goal is to contribute to the expansion of musical culture by developing and expanding the careers of promising young artists. Its onsite studio provides vocal and production services to independent and signed label musicians.

It currently promotes a diverse line-up of male and female acts, which includes UVOGIN, MountainMan, Crisis Excel, Amari, White ISIS, Yesenia, and HAAM.

In 2020, 303 Magazine brought attention to Denver’s hip hop, stating that despite the consistency in the quality of its music, the scene has yet to break through to mainstream acclaim.

It called on fans to help the city’s artists “break the barrier” by supporting their work. “Find your favorite artists and get on their tail to catch their social media and live shows,” it said.

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