Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Rolling Loud Unveils ‘Moto 20’ Cut & Sew Collection Before Their Virtual Festival

A rising cultural force in the world of hip-hop, Rolling Loud is renowned for their exquisite taste in music and merch. Coming through with their latest batch of unique merch, Rolling Loud officially reveals the Moto 20 Cut & Sew Collection for the aspiring rider in your life.

“Rolling Loud has a lot of amazing Cut & Sew capsules dropping,” says Matt Zingler. “The quality is on point and the quantities will all be limited. I have always been into collecting vintage tees and accessories. The goal is to create time-stamped capsules representing a Rolling Loud era so that in the future they will be a highly collectible vintage item. Don’t sleep, this will sell out!”

The Moto 20 Cut & Sew Collection arrives just in time for “Loud Stream,” a free-to-stream virtual festival airing this weekend exclusively on Twitch. Occurring September 12th-13th at 5PM ET on Rolling Loud’s Twitch channel, “Loud Stream” presents six hours of live performances on each day. Featuring performances by headliners Swae Lee and Ski Mask The Slump God, along with Polo G, NLE Choppa, Lil Keed, and many more, “Loud Stream” is an entirely live event, with interactive chat elements and without pre-recorded sets.

“Loud Stream” is the first of three virtual festivals Rolling Loud has planned as part of their new exclusive partnership with Twitch. Last week, the festival brand commenced daily live hip hop-driven programming on Rolling Loud’s first week on Twitch brought guest appearances from Internet Money, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Jackboy, Tyla Yaweh, B.o.B., andothers, and introduced regular programming like “The Rotation,” which received 132,000 live views on its initial episode.

Buy Moto 20 Cut & Sew Collection merch at

Watch “Loud Stream” on Saturday, September 12th and Sunday, September 13th at, starting each day at 5 PM ET and ending at 11 PM ET.

Written By

“I’m obsessed with giving the audience something they don’t see coming.” - Jordan Peele

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like


Virginia is home to some of the most talented musicians of the past and present. Creatives like The Neptunes, Timbaland, The Clipse, and even...

Digital Issue

DDG successfully transitioned his YouTube stardom to the Hip-Hop industry. Growing up in Pontiac, Michigan, he always knew he would be somebody. As a...

Get To Know

Meet Florida rapper Hotboii. Best known for his breakout single “Don’t Need Time which currently” sits at 16.5 million streams on spotify. Hotboii has...


Mikey Polo, who recently signed to the 1400 label, released a song with Trippie Redd – “Baguette Spaghetti.” The song is unlike any past...