Posted byon 09/24/2012 at 10:46 AM
Sounds like: The Maybach Music Group, if they rapped about snack foods instead of expensive cars.
Achievements: The Yn Rich Kids, one of two junior rap crews out of North Community Beats and Rhymes in Minneapolis, blew up the Internet this summer with their amazing ode to junk food, “Hot Cheetos and Takis.” Forget grading on a curve: This fiery posse cut one of the best rap tracks of the year, regardless of age.
Famous fans: Every person who has ever been on the Internet loves “Hot Cheetos and Takis,” not least K-pop artist Tablo, who tweeted a link to the video with the message “These kids go HAM.”
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