Nas, fresh off the pipin’ hot sales of his black Santa holiday gear, says he will debut a hip (hop) HSTRY clothing line right in time for Black History Month, or the shortest month of the year.

The Huffington Post reports that Nas is launching an exclusive 2017 Black History collection featuring inspirational dashikis, throwback Malcolm X inspired hats, and “Black Don’t Crack” graphic tees and hats. A portion of the sales from the collection will go to the National Black Child Development Institute.

Black Don't CrackThe line also features classic cartoon characters remixed with a militant stance. “Prince Charles” (aka brown Charlie Brown … who could be Franklin) has a raised fist and a boom box; “Black Panther” is Pink Panther with a picket sign; and even black Bart Simpson gets in on the action.

Nas, who says he was not always so keen on February’s theme, told the Huffington Post that he used to “low key cringe when Black History Month came around.”

“It felt like a slap in face with all the hell we catch daily,” Nas said in a statement. “Like a small reward for a dog’s good behavior, then back to the kennel. But I’ll take it. I’ll take what I can get and that’s all I need to go to new heights.”

He adds, “This collection is about turning things around and instilling positivity. Celebrating being Black in a loud and fun way. Taking a much-needed moment to be proud of the achievements we have made, our colorful culture, black royalty and excellence from the past, present, and future,” said the Queensbridge Gawd.