10 Skate and Music Collabs That Need To Happen

This fall, DC Shoes released a capsule collection in conjunction with the Wu-Tang Clan. The collaboration marked the 20-year anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), an album that had a huge impact on the skate world. DC’s celebration of the iconic record was hardly the first time a skate company collaborated with a band or musician. In the ‘80s, Zorlac produced boards bearing Metallica’s logo while Skull Skates made Gang Green, Social Distortion and Red Hot Chili Peppers decks. More recently, DC even ran a Josh Kalis x Jeru the Damaja colorway. Still, these collaborations have been many, there’s a lot of collaborative music and skate ground to cover. Here are 10 that we’re surprised haven’t happened yet.

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