Drake Releases ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ Merch Following Tobey Maguire Co-Sign

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Drake has released a merchandise collection to accompany his Honestly, Nevermind dance album.

As previously teased, the “Huge Fan” capsule incorporates cover art from some of Drizzy’s fan-favorite albums, like More Life, Take Care and Nothing Was The Same, onto sweatshirts, t-shirts and long sleeves.

The collection is now available for purchase through the Drake Related online shop. There are six variations of t-shirts, including the “SYMPATHY” camouflaged shirt the 6 God has been spotted wearing earlier this year. 

Customers should allow up to six weeks for shipping with prices ranging from $45 t-shirts to $65 for the Take Care long sleeve and $85 for hoodies. 

The pieces are seemingly inspired by Drake hearing fans talk about how much they’ve enjoyed his older albums compared to his more recent work, including his house-inspired Honestly, Nevermind album.

The “Huge Fan of Your Old Stuff” design emblazoned across the shirts was taken from artist/designer Richie Culver, who Drizzy is a noted fan of and has purchased artwork from him in the past.

Drake hooked up some of his friends with pieces of the merchandise early like Spider-Man actor Tobey Maguire, who posted up on a body of water with a few friends all rocking the collection.

Honestly, Nevermind debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in June with 204,000 total album-equivalent units sold in the first week.