Friday night, Frank Ocean delivered one of the best performances of his career at New York’s Panorama Music Festival. With legendary director Spike Jonze working the camera, Frank delivered a stripped-down, minimal live show that reminded us just how many memorable records he’s given us in a relatively short time.

Mostly content to let his music do the talking, his most lasting message may have come from the shirt he wore on stage. Begging a very simple question, it read: “WHY BE RACIST, SEXIST, HOMOPHOBIC, OR TRANSPHOBIC WHEN YOU COULD JUST BE QUIET?”

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The shirt is the work of Green Box Shop, an Afro-Latina owned business from South Florida. When designer Kayla Robinson’s search for attention-grabbing, social justice-themed apparel came up short, she decided to create her own. Thanks to a guy named Frank Ocean, that decision has proven to be a good one.

The tee costs $18.99 and can be purchased here.

Get your order in now, because they’re selling fast—and for a performer that had one of the longest merch lines we saw at the festival, this is a piece of music history that will be remembered far longer than any tour tee.

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