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The Top 10 Hip-Hop Artists Who Have Influenced Footwear

Run-D.M.C.: Known for their hit "My Adidas," Run-D.M.C. popularized the Adidas Superstar sneakers and helped establish the connection between hip-hop and sneakers.

Jay-Z: Jay-Z's partnership with Reebok in the early 2000s resulted in the S. Carter Collection, a line of sneakers that became popular among hip-hop fans.

Kanye West: Kanye's collaboration with Nike on the Air Yeezy and later with Adidas on the Yeezy Boost sneakers has had a huge impact on sneaker culture.

Pharrell Williams: Pharrell's collaborations with Adidas, including the Superstar and NMD sneakers, have been highly sought after by sneaker enthusiasts.

Nas: Nas' collaboration with Fila on the Fila F13 sneaker helped revive interest in the brand and brought attention to its heritage styles.

Missy Elliott: Missy Elliott's bold and eclectic style has inspired many, including her collaboration with Adidas on the Respect M.E. sneaker.

A$AP Rocky: A$AP Rocky's partnership with Adidas resulted in the A$AP Rocky x Adidas Originals JS Wings 2.0 sneaker, which became popular among sneakerheads.

Travis Scott: Travis Scott's collaborations with Nike and Jordan Brand, including the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 4 sneakers, have been highly coveted.

Drake: Drake's partnership with Jordan Brand on the OVO Air Jordan sneakers has been successful, with many of the releases selling out quickly.

Rihanna: While not a hip-hop artist, Rihanna's Fenty Puma collaboration brought a fresh and unique perspective to sneaker design.