Official images of the Jordan 4 "Raptors," a shoe that was originally supposed to be for Drake before his move to adidas was all but a done deal have been released, and they unveil a surprise larger than Drizzy's astronomical streaming numbers: his signature replaces the usual "Flight" branding on the tongue patch, confirming reports that the shoe was in fact originally created for the 6 God. The sneaker features a colorway that nods to Toronto Raptors uniforms of the mid 90s-early 2000s: a black upper with red accents on the lacing system and tongue, and purple hits on the heel/aforementioned tongue patch. The shoe's midsole arrives in a head-turning speckled purple, while the outsole offers black, purple, and red detailing to complete the look. There's no official release date for these unique 4s yet, but look for them to drop on Nike.com soon, and for more rapper-inspired 4s, check out Travi$ Scott's "cactus Jack" iteration of the classic silhouette.
Oversight or a sign that Drake is staying?