Music icon André 3000 rarely posts social media statements, but when he does, people listen.
He shared an illustration of a shirt that included the word "breathe" on Wednesday.
"Something very important is happening all over the world and it is happening to all of us," he captioned the photo. "How does it make you feel?"
He went on to reveal that for three days, a selection of shirts inspired by a collection of his jumpsuits will now be available. Also, 100% of net proceeds will be donated to Movement for Black Lives, a is a national network of over 150 leaders and organizations creating a broad political home for Black people to learn, organize and take action.
"This is only one piece in the war against systemic racism," André 3000's caption continued. "It takes all of us. BLACK LIVES MATTER … at a minimum."
The shirts are inspired by the statement-making jumpsuits he performed in during OutKast's reunion shows in 2014.
Each jumpsuit included standout sentences such as, "Across cultures, darker people suffer most. why?"
The jumpsuits (all 47 of them) also made a big splash being displayed at Art Basel in 2014, and again in 2015, they were also spotted being shown at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Now, he has 13 shirts available with some of those statements in addition to new ones that feel reflective of current times where racial injustices are being put on the forefront following a series of deaths at the hands of police.
One of the tops reads, "I pray there's a god at the end of all of this." Another asks, "Which type of stereo are you?"
The black, white and red shirts are 100% cotton and produced in partnership with Los Angeles-based production company Everybody. World.