One look at these shirts and you know what that headline's talking about. Sometimes, either to avoid legal trademark infringement issues or to deny brands free publicity, a logo that sneaks its way into a music video will get blurred or pixelated. Sure, it's present in other genres, even films, but it's most prevalent in the streetwear-heavy music videos of our favorite rappers and has been for ages. The intentional obscuring comes in many shapes and sizes, from a mosaic effect on Pharrell's entire shoe in Snoop's "Drop It Like It's Hot" (minute mark 0:50) to the tee of a renegade extra in Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" (at 1:57). Welp, now you can feel like you're in a rap video (or at least dress like it) thanks to these "Censored Rap Video" tees. No twerking required!