Fabolous has become the latest rapper to appear on the packaging of Rap Snacks.
The company was founded back in 1994 by businessman James “FLY” Lindsay and has had the images of artists such as Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Master P, and Meek Mill.
The urban snack food recently released their latest line of rapper-inspired chip flavors, including Romeo Miller’s Bar-B-Quin, Migos’ Sour Cream With a Dab of Ranch, and Fetty Wap’s Honey Jalapeno. Now, the Brooklyn-native Fabolous has his own flavor in New York Deli Cheddar.
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Rap Snacks has garnered some recent buzz as Migos took the branding opportunity to another level, and made a song inspired by the chips. The song is filled with chip references and urges listeners not to get a snicker, but rather a bag. A bag of what? A Dab of Ranch.
It has yet to be heard if Fabolous will follow suit and develop his own Rap Snacks-inspired track, but it will be tough to top the marketing genius of Migos.
For now, the chips can be found in more than 40 markets, including major cities such as New York, New Jersey, Boston, Philadelphia, and Atlanta. Go ahead, and just throw it in the (grocery) bag.
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