Rising Baltimore rapper JPEGMAFIA celebrated Veterans Day on November 11 by sharing a range of merchandise linked to his album Veteran. JPEGMAFIA spent four years in the U.S. Air Force and detailed some of his experiences on the album, which was released in January of this year.
The merch includes dog tags, a black hoodie, and a CD copy of Veteran styled to look like a PlayStation 2 game. The merch was designed by Frank Ocean-collaborator Vegyn and 10% of profits will be donated to The Soldiers Project, a charity supporting veterans suffering from PTSD.
Last week JPEGMAFIA shared new song "Puff Daddy," a new song recorded with producer Kenny Beats.