Ever wanted to represent your favorite sport and your favorite rapper, all at once? Bleacher Report knows the feeling.

With soccer mania at its peak, some of the most exciting young minds in hip hop have come together to honor both the sport and their hometowns. Bleacher Report teamed with this who's who of fresh faces to design some truly unique soccer jerseys. The likes of 21 Savage and Vince Staples, among others, designed jerseys that reflect their personal styles as well as their hometown's energy.

These “Capsule Collection” jerseys and t-shirts are available for purchase exclusively via the Bleacher Report website, today, July 13th, through Monday, July 16th.

Connecting hip hop music with sports is hardly a stretch, and this collection befits the natural synergy and bond between the two worlds.

Check out the designs from 21 Savage, The Roots, Vince Staples, Vic Mensa, Smokepurpp and YBN Nahmir, along with a statement from each artist on the thinking that went into their respective jerseys.

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"My brand is the dagger and Zone 6 4L, so I always rep both. I kept it simple and made sure the design represented me." -21 Savage

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"This jersey represents Long Beach as I see it." -Vince Staples

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“I grew up playing soccer by way of my Ghanian father, so the sport is in my blood. I wanted to combine my experience with my love for the game to create something representing Chicago.” -Vic Mensa

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"The World Cup is one of the few sports events that unites the entire world. Unfortunately we didn’t have the opportunity to cheer on USA this summer. However, we live and breathe all things Philadelphia, so we jumped at the opportunity to create World Cup soccer jerseys that repped our city. We think we designed a jersey that shows the passion, grit and beauty of Philly." -The Roots

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“I drew inspiration from Miami Vice and the South Beach Colors.” -SmokePurpp

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"I wanted to design something that represented my city, with a classic feel to soccer attire. Alabama isn’t known for soccer, just as me making it out of Birmingham as a rapper is rare. I feel the jersey represents the unexpected, but something to be proud of." -YBN Nahmir