Young Thug, or should we say No, My Name Is Jeffery, is taking fashion lovers back to the 80s in the latest Puma campaign.

Similar to Run DMC and LL Cool J in their prime, Thugger dons entire tracksuits. Except, it's Puma not Adidas this time around. Also, instead of the baggier look by the aforementioned rap greats, Young Thug opts for a slim fit in the featured suede tracksuits which comes in the colors navy, gray and burgundy.

And if Netflix's The Get Down and VH1's The Breaks weren't enough to get you into the late 70s and 80s nostalgic vibes, the campaign also shows photos of Thugger holding a set of vinyl and another of him posing next to a stack of boomboxes.

Young Thug is not the first artist to be featured with Puma's latest campaign. Rihanna and Rae Sremmurd have also become the face of the brand in the past along with Kylie Jenner (despite Kanye West's protests.)

This isn't the first time that Thugger entered fashion world either. He made a splash on the internet earlier this year when he was featured in Calvin's Klein's latest campaign for womenswear. He also covered Dazed Magazine in a pink tulle skirt.

Earlier this week, Young Thug announced that he will be going by "No, My Name Is Jeffrey" from now on to tie in with him forthcoming album, Jeffrey.

Check out his Puma looks below.