What made 1988 one of the illest years of the 80’s? Gangsta Rap and the Air Jordan 3. Both timeless classics kicked off an entire new movement in music and fashion and even today, we’ve seen both inspire some of the most iconic sneakers and music ever heard. Seen here is an ol’ Record cover of Eazy E’s Eazy-Duz-it album, where he’s rockin the classic White Cement 3 joints and a vintage Nike Air fit. Let us know if you remember some of your favorite hip hop artists of the 80’s or 90’s rocking some heat!

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  1. The DOC rockin the Black IV’s with the matching black jumpman flight suit in the FUnky enough video and on his album cover

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