90s Puff Daddy The Playpen Deadstock t-shirt Extra Large


Chest 24 in.

Length 28 in. 

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Stedman

This vintage rap t-shirt has a design for the Harlem hip hop artist Puff Daddy. Puff is sitting on his Mercedes outside of the night club The Playpen. The marquis outside the venue says "Puff Daddy" and has a neon sign of a half naked woman. Puff Daddy, aka Sean Combs, began his career working at Uptown Records. He worked with Jodeci and Mary J. Blige in the early stages of their careers. Puff Daddy started the Bad Boy Entertainment label with Arista Records. Combs took on his new name "Puff Daddy" when he recorded his first album No Way Out which included the No. 1 Hit Single "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down". Puff Daddy had guest appearances on the album from many of his Bad Boy record label artists. The epic debut album was initially named Hell up in Harlem, however after The Notorous B.I.G. was killed, Puff Daddy changed the name to No Way Out. It wouldn't be until 1999 when Combs would release his first solo album titled Forever. The day after the release the album went to the second position on the Biillboard 200, which wouldn't be surpassed on the top of the Hip Hop charts until Mary J. Blige's album Mary. 

This shirt is an Adult Extra Large.

  

 

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