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Ghostface Killah x Jordan Brand: “Riquickulous”

October 31, 2013 BY / 4

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Jordan Brand has enlisted the likes of Staten Island’s own Ghostface Killah to drop some knowledge on the new Jordan CP3.VII. He’s not being billed as such in the spots though-instead they’ve plucked one of his many alternate titles to deliver the knowledge in question. That would be Ghostdini, who is seen in the following spots calling of Chris Paul himself for some unknown reason. Continue reading to check out the clips from the new #riquickulous campaign, as well as a video introducing a series in which Chris Paul and Jordan Brand footwear designer Justin Taylor will be breaking down the various inspirations behind the shoes.


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