Nas is Selling Kneeling Santa Christmas Sweaters to Help Criminal Justice Reform

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Nas performs during the 12th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival finale concert at Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 16, 2016 in New York City.

2 Chainz isn't the only rapper selling Christmas sweaters to the masses. Legendary Queens MC Nas is offering new threads for the holiday season with his HSTRY clothing line. 

The brand rolled out Christmas sweaters featuring Santa -- both black and white -- kneeling in his signature red suit, surrounded by raised fists and snowflakes. 

To make the purchase sweeter, a portion of the proceeds from the kneeling Santa sweater will be distributed to the Center for Court Innovation, according to the HSTRY website.

Established in 1993, the Center for Court Innovation aims to "help create a more effective and humane justice system by designing and implementing operating programs, performing original research, and providing reformers around the world with the tools they need to launch new strategies."

Nas has been vocal about social issues in his sixteens, especially on previously released collaborations like Robin Thicke's "Deep" and Usher's "Chains," also featuring Bibi Bourelly.

Whether you're looking to make a fashion statement this Christmas or donate to a good cause, you can grab yourself a sweater in either red, black, or green for $45 at the HSTRY website.