The Game, Ed Hardy Founder Christian Audigier Team To Help Foster Children

The Game is spreading

a little Christmas cheer early to underprivileged youth in Los Angeles his native

city of Compton, California.The

rapper's Black Wall Street Foundation teamed with popular fashion designer and

Ed Hardy clothing founder Christian Audigier to design original limited edition

Black Wall Street / Ed Hardy inspired shirts.The

stylish shirts will benefit Hands for Hope, a Los Angeles-based charity organization

that believes enriching and rewarding experiences will challenge underprivileged

students to make choices that will positively impact their careers and lives.The

custom shirts, valued at more than $80,000, will be given as gifts to foster children

throughout Los Angeles, Compton and surrounding communities. The

clothing, which will never be sold in stores, will be split between Hands for

Hope and foster children in the Compton area. A

small portion of the shirts will also be auctioned off for charity on Game's official


rapper's goodwill comes on the heels of the release of his new album, The Doctors

Advocate. The

album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart, with 358,988

copies sold during its first week in stores. The Game will hit the stage

tonight (Dec. 8) at the Hammersmith Palais in London as part of a European trek

that includes stops in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark

and the Netherlands. The rapper's European tour ends on Dec. 22 in Berlin,

Germany at the Columbia Club.