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Jay-Z's debut album has been turned into an Urban Outfitters capsule collection

Jay-Z's iconic debut album Reasonable Doubt is the inspiration behind a new capsule collection from Urban Outfitters. SEE ALSO: You can buy 3D printing pens at Urban Outfitters because we live in the future now Taking cues from the 1996 album released by Roc-A-Fella Records and Priority Records, the relatively small collection features t-shirts, hoodies, a beanie and hat, emblazoned with track listings, lyrics and the album's front cover.
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In case you were feeling nostalgic for 1996.

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