Post Malone has relaunched his Shaboink brand in order to help outfit frontline medical workers across the country.
“We founded Shaboink to fuel fun. What started as a CBD product from the mind of Post Malone has evolved into something that supports fun no matter the why, when, or what,” reads a notice on the Shaboink site.
The brand is partnering with the charity Direct Relief to donate 40,000 N95 masks to front line healthcare workers.
The brand is also offering new Clean Kits, “containing everything you need to keep clean now so that you can Shaboink later.” The Clean Kits, available in two different sizes priced at $50 and $100, include hand sanitizer gel and spray, 3-ply masks, soap sheets, hand wipes, disposable gloves and Vitamin C candy. The kits are expected to ship between June 1-June 15.
A portion of sales from the kits will be donated to Direct Relief.
Malone played an all-Nirvana cover set last month that has raised more than $800,000 for the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO so far.