Brampton rapper Derin Falana is the official face for Toronto-based social clothing company Peace Collective’s newest line.

For every garment purchased at Peace Collective, $4 is donated to Breakfast for Learning and provides two meals and a snack to a Canadian child in need.

Chances are you’ve seen their “Toronto Vs. Everybody” and “Home is Toronto” t-shirts and sweaters being sported around the GTA.

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Falana made the announcement Monday that he is the muse of the company’s new limited-edition streetwear collection.
Falana also dropped a new song to commemorate the occasion saying, “Because of such a crazy opportunity, I’m dropping a new record today…we rushed to get this one done in time for the [Peace Collective] launch.”

The new track, “Let Me Talk My Shit” ┬áis currently available on Soundcloud and soon to be Spotify and Apple Music Have a listen here.

You can also learn more about the Peace Collective collection inspired by Falana here.