Kendrick Lamar will bring a pop-up shop to Philadelphia in connection with his most recent album, Damn., next week, the rapper recently confirmed.

Lamar's Damn. pop-up will take place Wednesday, July 19, at Ubiq (1509 Walnut St.) here in Philadelphia from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The local pop-up is part of a national effort from the rapper, and coincides with his July 19 show at the Wells Fargo Center.

As Rolling Stone reports, the Damn. pop-up will likely be selling some of the Lamar gear recently released by Top Dawg Entertainment, Lamar's label. Options there include hoodies, T-shirts, and hats that range from about $30 to $60.

So far, about 15 pop-ups have been announced. The shops are set to hit cities such as New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and others throughout the summer as Lamar's tour hits each stop.

Lamar debuted Damn., his fourth studio album, in April this year to critical and commercial success. The release debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and was described by Rolling Stone as "a brilliant combination of the timeless and the modern" that "blaze[s] a trail forward" in hip hop.