RTJ, Beyoncé, The Roots: 2016’s Best Musical Christmas Merch

It’s now less than a month now until Christmas, a time where you grab all your rellies, whack on the Michael Bublé and enjoy a good Christmas feast. One of the blessings to come with the silly season is the ridiculous seasonal merch that musicians tend to release with glee each year. This year we’ve picked our favourite Christmas lines to share. From Beyoncé to 2 Chainz, get your credit cards at the ready!


The queen herself has just announced her own Christmas collection, themed around her 2016 release Lemonade. From “Boy Bye” sweatpants, to an “I came to sleigh” jumper, this is one of the funniest collections yet. Checkout the images below and visit Beyoncé’s website for more.


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Visit Beyoncé’s Store Here

Run The Jewels 

Our favourite Brooklyn and Atlanta cohort, Killer Mike and El-P aka Run The Jewels is back again following up with their 2015 Christmas collection with another ‘Run The Yules’ sweater. Following the announcement of Run The Jewels 3, slated for release early next year, this is one sweater we can get behind.



Ed. note: I bought this last year and it’s still one of my most treasured possessions. Highly recommended.

Visit Run The Jewels’ Store Here

The Roots 

It’s not Christmas time until the legendary Roots crew release their Christmas collection, and this year is no different. While they may be sitting in their day job as the band for Jimmy Fallon, the crew has made sure this year’s collection is unlike any other, with a “Merry Questmas” making an addition along with last year’s favourites, this is sure to turn heads.


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2 Chainz 

Arguably the most extensive hip-hop Christmas collection yet, 2 Chainz has released a huge collection full of dad caps, sweaters and tees galore. Building upon the ‘Dabbing Santa’ collection, there is now a whole bunch more designs, and best of all it goes directly to helping veterans, disabled children, supporting arts education and many more through the T.R.U. Foundation.

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Visit 2 Chainz’s Store Here

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