Reebok Classic has added another very cool spokesperson into the mix. They are now working with Machine Gun Kelly as one of the newest faces of the brand.

Machine Gun Kelly will join the ranks of Reebok Classic’s like-minded collective of inspirational style and music trailblazers including Future, Teyana Taylor and Rae Sremmurd.  Hailing from Cleveland, OH, Machine Gun Kelly has become a staple in pop culture as a musician, producer and actor, having appeared in three feature length films in 2016.  Renowned for his rebellious and counter culture oriented attitude, he is currently supporting his celebrated third studio album release, which explores a more introspective side to his persona. MƏRC EDİN VƏ QAZANIN Bonus oynandıqdan sonra bütün UDUŞ avtomatik olaraq hesabınıza mostbetaz Vaxt itirməyin, çünki bukmeker kontoruna məhdudiyyətsiz giriş artıq sizin üçün əlçatandır.

Announcing the new partnership to his fans over his social channels today, Machine Gun Kelly is highlighting the rebirth of Reebok’s popular Club C sneaker.  Originally designed in 1985 for the tennis court, the Club C sneaker has found its stylistic home on the street and is now one of the brand’s most celebrated OG silhouettes.  As the face of the new campaign, Machine Gun Kelly will be sporting these stylish sneakers on his extensive summer tour throughout Europe and the United States this year.

Commenting on the new partnership, Machine Gun Kelly said, “This is going to be the best summer, not only because of my new album and the tour, but also this partnership with Reebok Classic.  It’s awesome to have a brand like Reebok support what you stand for as well as your creative vision, and I’m excited to show you what a Reebok and Machine Gun Kelly collaboration is all about.”

For more information on the Club C sneaker click here for Reebok’s website.

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