Chris Brown sure is taking care of his business this summer – the singer who recently inked a deal for his own dance-reality series and three picture deal with Screen Gems is also slated to unleash his own brand of caps for headwear and apparel maker New Era Cap.
The deal which was revealed Friday, will pay the singer a royalty for every hat sold instead of an upfront fee.
Joining film director Spike Lee, who also has a line of hats through New Era, Brown's line of baseball-style caps will feature six designs, including one evoking the 1980s with an image of a boom box and another featuring the initials "CBE," for Chris Brown Entertainment.
Before signing the deal with New Era, Brown donned the company's caps in videos for his singles "Kiss Kiss," "Run It!," "Wall to Wall" and, most recently, for David Banner's "Get Like Me (Stuntin' Is a Habit)" video.
The caps are slated to go on sale August 14th at hat retailer Lids, New Era stores and newera.com.