• Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt
  • Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt

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Rebel Socialite Gets Throwed With New ‘Dirty Sprite’ T-Shirt

NEXT IN SERIES

The Rebel Socialite team is back with another drop, and this time around they’ve linked up with rapper/producer Chase N. Cashe for their “Dirty Sprite“ release.

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Following their first installment of the Cristal Bottle T-shirt, the crew decided to go left with an emblem of a Sprite bottle which hosts a powerful liquid. This purple stuff, nicknamed ‘lean’ by the south, is known to put people in an almost trance like state, throwing them into real life slow motion. When asked why the departure from the initial upscale imagery from their first drop, Rebel Socialite founder & chief creative Kristoff Murphy stated, “I feel like this particular shirt shows exactly what I want Rebel Socialite to be about. Where the ‘Cristal’ Shirt was more for the suites, This ‘Dirty Sprite’ Shirt was more intended for the streets. This gives my brand that official attitude/lifestyle feeling that’s so important in capturing with the consumer.”

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When developing his vision for this release, Kristoff mentioned wanting to pay tribute to the south, who have helped bring sippin’ syrup to the forefront of mainstream consumption. He reached out to Crook Robbins for two separate photo shoots, the first feature the ATL Twins, Sid & Thurm, handling with one of their addictions: sexy-ass women. The second set of photos finds Chase N. Cashe & A$AP Josh playing a back stairwell, blending their elixir.

Check out both photo shoots and make sure to hit up rebelsocialitenyc.com and get draped up and dripped out in their “Dirty Sprite” t-shirt, available now.

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Brandon ‘Jinx’ Jenkins doesn’t sip sizzurp, but he is on Twitter: @Jersey_Jinx
  • Bystander

    Did the photographer go out of his way to pick out the most unflattering photos of the female model? In the first photo, her labia is showing and she looks orange. In the second, the make-up looks incomplete (look at eyebrows) and all the focus is on her nose; not to mention the ATL twin’s nasty looking nail.
    In the third, her ass looks nonexistent and she happens to have a decent ass IRL (check out twitter/instagram: geexzee).
    … and the last? My gosh! The 23 year old model looks 43! The pose is awkward and she looks like she’s unwillingly posing between those two; you’d think it was an ad against sex trafficking and objectification of women!

    Man. Good thing you didn’t use her name on here! Future employers would freak!

    • Troll

      So you’re saying you’re the female model?

  • Eihtizenough

    Please. In a time when hip hop as a whole is better than in a long time, evolving forwards and at the same time going retro with a future twist, this is what they come up with for their lookbook? For real? I mean, this small t-shirt collection they´ve designed actually looks kind of cool. But please change my fuckin life and come up with something new. Tattooed asses, jewelry, drank… shit is wack… Sorry, this is not really hating on these dudes, more on a larger perspective. I just get so damn tired of never being surprised any more when hip hop industry is trying to market itself. Do they really think people is this lame and easy? Read the other comment from Bystander, but I disagree with him. Actually the only good thing about this lookbook is how low budget it looks, because that at least gives it some authenticity.

    • villamatix

      @Eihtizenough u seak from da bottom of my heart …no originality… it seems like they dont even try!

    • whatupp

      100% agree. Horribly low budget but maybe that’s what they were going for? They are reaching out to a market though and the shirts sold out. Then again, sheep tend to herd together when shit gets overhyped. :/