Breakout Texas rapper Iann Dior is diving into the fashion industry. The 22-year-old was revealed on Friday (January 21) to be the new face of MCM’s 2022 Spring/Summer campaign.
“I’m really excited to finally collaborate with MCM on their new Spring/Summer 2022 launch since I’ve been a fan of the brand for as long as I can remember,” the “Mood” rapper said in a press release. “This season gave me the perfect opportunity to align myself with the brand, product and vision – following their 45th anniversary.”
The Spring/Summer release also includes a handful of Torso-directed kaleidoscopic videos that star Dior alongside legendary fashion models.
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In addition to stepping into fashion, Dior also dropped off his highly anticipated album on to better things on Friday, which features Lil Uzi Vert, Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker. Dior announced the album drop on Instagram.
“OTBT IS FINALLY OUT,” he wrote. “I’m so excited to finally share this album with you all. Thank you guys for the support always.”
The 15-track project had been led by the single “Thought It Was,” which dropped on Tuesday (January 18) and features Machine Gun Kelly. The track was produced by Travis Barker, who also served as executive producer on the album. Iann Dior’s major debut Industry Plant previously peaked at No. 44 on the Billboard 200 in 2019, and featured Gunna, phem and Trippie Redd.
Along with the release of on to better things, Iann Dior also dropped off the Sebastian Sdaigui-directed music video for “complicate it.”
Check out the video below.