Top SA rappers who has a partnership deal with Sneakers companies 50

South African rappers are popping now and the hip-hop is now one of the top echelon genres in the music industry today and they with it, the wave comes with  it and that’s what the co-operate world capitalize on by investing with the rappers’ brand and make a deal that will see their business propel to higher heights and make the two parties involved win at the end of it all.

That being said, quite a few rappers have landed numerous lucrative deals with sneaker companies who want to capitalize on the brand that they command and make sure they push the envelope to make sure they move their products off their shelves since hip-hop’s inception, sneakers has been synonymized by hip-hop, look at the way Run DMC’s collaboration with Adidas Superstar sneakers proved lucrative.

Here are a few of the industry’s rap artistes who have been able to land a deal as ambassadors in the sneakers industry, though we don’t have a Nike ambassador just yet, we have a sure instinctive feeling, the person is going to be revealed soon enough.

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Anatii – Puma

Anatii became the face of Puma’s campaign #RunTheStreets that kickstarted earlier this year and he has never been seen wearing anything else other than Puma sneakers and Puma apparel wherever he goes, even in his music videos.

 

 

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@anatii hits the next level in Johannesburg. #RunTheStreets

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@anatii. Unstoppable #RunTheStreets

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Talk about understated. @anatii #RunTheStreets

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No such thing as losing. Only hustle. @anatii #RunTheStreets

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@anatii. Ahead of the pack. #RunTheStreets

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Nasty C – Puma

Nasty C is the go-to guy when it comes to Puma South Africa releasing new merchandise in the market, every single apparel and sneakers Puma puts out, Nasty C has to be a part of it. He is their brand ambassador for the longest time, even though we don’t know how much he was paid for this deal, we sure know that it was lucrative enough to have him wear nothing else than the Puma brand wherever he goes.

 

 

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Inimitable attitude. @nasty_csa #RunTheStreets

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Always one step ahead. @nasty_csa #Tsugi #RunTheStreets

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Reinventing the future with RS-0 @anatomystore

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RS-0 Sound. Making sound waves.

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Inspired by NYC and London ’80s counterculture, worn by @nasty_csa. Breaker Hi hits stores 04.10.2018.

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RS-Optic. Click. Click 📸.

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Break the mold. #Breaker Hi. @nasty_csa

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AKA – Reebok Classics

AKA received a hefty cheque for a seven-figure deal before signing the deal with Reebok Classics which made it the first deal of its kind, this deal changed the game as we know it. AKA signed the deal and made it official back in mid-2017.

 

 

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You need this heat! 🔥 Take it higher with @akaworldwide’s new Classic look. Now at reebok.co.za #AlwaysClassic #ChangeItUp

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New heat. 🔥🔥🔥 Just landed. Shop @akaworldwide’s hot new look at reebok.co.za #AlwaysClassic #ChangeItUp

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Go Mega or go home. Make noise in @akaworldwide’s hot new Classic look. Change it up at reebok.co.za #AlwaysClassic #ChangeItUp

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Keep it chilled. Keep it Classic. @akaworldwide x Reebok #AlwaysClassic 👟: Ex-O-Fit Hi

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Behind the beats. A quiet moment before things get 🔉🔊 @akaworldwide x Reebok Classic. #ComingSoon #AlwaysClassic #Practice

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Make music. Make noise. Always Mega. Always Classic. @akaworldwide x Reebok Classics. #AlwaysClassic #ClassicAKA

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K.O – Asics Tiger

Just a few months back, K.O announced his lucrative partnership deal with Asics Tiger via social media which saw him wear every apparel Asics have and of late he has been motivating people to go buy the Asics apparel with fans loving the Asics sneakers because of the way K.O usually wear them on social media.

 

 

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Seaside summin’ with @mrcashtime. #ASICSTIGER 📷: @byjono #CapeTown #Muizenberg #seaside #fashion #lookbook

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F#*k the shenanigans, this for my legacy #ASICSTIGER 📷: @tyrone_bradley.

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A legacy begins… @mrcashtime x #ASICSTIGER.

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Here’s to the future… @mrcashtime x #ASICSTIGER • 📹: @iconic.agency / @andrewkirkby / @josh_tiger_rowe.

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