Linkin Park Collaborates With Los Angeles Rams For Limited Edition T-Shirts

Linkin Park worked with the Los Angeles Rams to create t-shirts that are only available until October 12th.

The collaboration is a result of the National Football League (NFL) working with various artists and musicians to create unique merchandise. $5 from every shirt will be donated to Music For Relief for Tree Planting in the Los Angeles area.

Linkin Park founded Music For Relief after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.

The NFL t-shirts will include both brands on its merchandise, including the artist’s name and the team name.

Musicians that are taking part in the project include Eminem, Fall Out Boy, Walk The Moon, and more!

Check out the full list:

All Time Low – Baltimore Ravens

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – Cleveland Browns

Daughtry – Carolina Panthers

Dierks Bentley – Arizona Cardinals

Diplo – Philadelphia Eagles

Dropkick Murphys – New England Patriots

Eminem – Detroit Lions

Fall Out Boy – Chicago Bears

Fergie – Miami Dolphins

Florida Georgia Line – Tennessee Titans

Fort Frances – Indianapolis Colts

Frank Sinatra – New York Giants

Goo Goo Dolls – Buffalo Bills

Jacob Whitesides – Tennessee Titans

Jason Mraz – San Diego Chargers

Jerry Garcia – San Francisco 49ers

Jon Batiste – New Orleans Saints

Kiss – New York Jets

Lecrae – Atlanta Falcons

Linkin Park – Los Angeles Rams

Mac Miller – Pittsburgh Steelers

Melissa Etheridge – Kansas City Chiefs

OneRepublic – Denver Broncos

Tedeschi Truck Band – Jacksonville Jaguars

Trampled by Turtles – Minnesota Vikings

Underoath – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Wale – Washington Redskins

Walk the Moon – Cincinnati Bengals

YG – Los Angeles Rams

ZZ Top – Houston Texans

Which shirt are you excited to purchase? Make sure to comment down below!


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