André 3000 made a rare announcement on Wednesday to alert the masses that he’s selling a new line of shirts to raise money for Movement for Black Lives as America continues to examine the systemic racism at its very core.

The OutKast rapper is selling 13 new long-sleeve shirts featuring a mix of thought-provoking phrases that were inspired by the jumpsuits he wore onstage during Outkast’s 2014 reunion tour. Each design will come on an all-black shirt and showcase phrases including, “can one rest in peace & violence,” “breathe.,” “i pray there’s a god at the end of this,” “ok, hand over the cure and stop praying,” and “narcissistic americans.”

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“Something very important is happening all over the world and it is happening to all of us. How does it make you feel?” the rapper shared to his Instagram on Wednesday. “For 3 days, a selection of shirts inspired by a collection of my jumpsuits will be sold and 100% of net proceeds will be donated to Movement for Black Lives [@mvmnt4blklives] to aid in their fight to end police brutality & racial injustice against Black people. This is only one piece in the war against systemic racism. It takes all of us. BLACK LIVES MATTER … at a minimum.”

Each shirt design runs for a slightly-pricey $75 and will ship out in about six to eight weeks.

Click here to visit Andre 3000’s website to shop the new line of merch. Click here to learn more about the Movement for Black Lives.