Respect the man. Miles Davis is more than Jazz—guy influenced a wide range of musicians. Herbie Hancock and John Coltrane made their name while playing is his band. His wife of a few years, Betty Davis, belts it out like few others can. Check the track below—and try and deny the respect Janis Joplin no doubt had for her. Music aside, Davis is still an iconic figure when it comes to style and attitude. He’s the epitome of cool—not like Joe the Camel cool. Think Jack Nicholson, Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen.

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of Kind of Blue, arguably one of the greatest records of all time, Supreme has teamed up with the Miles Davis Foundation and Sony Music, and will re-release a Limited Edition series of three of Miles’ most influential records, marking three distinct moments in his musical evolution: Kind of Blue originally released in 1959, Nefertiti originally released in 1968, and On the Corner originally released in 1972. Each CD cover is a unique, exact replica of the original 12″ Album Cover. Each has been digitally remastered for superior sound, and includes bonus tracks as well as a custom sticker for each title.

Along with these CDs Supreme will be releasing a group of tees, one corresponding to each of the three albums. Available at the NY and LA stores starting today, November 6th and online on November 10th. See the tees and the artwork after the jump…

Betty Davis “Anti Love Song”

One Response to “Miles Davis x Supreme”

  1. Wow, that’s a good read! :)

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