Rap Snacks Drinks

Rap Snacks drinks oowee lemonade featuring Lil Baby

The famous rap chip brand ‘Rap Snacks’ sells out of stores, and your local convenience should feature a selection of these chips. This chip company quickly grew into a $5+ million-dollar enterprise with massive retail deals, including Save A Lot. Known as a staple in Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Florida, and more, Rap Snacks can even be a collectible.

Rap Snacks recently released their first line of drinks. The OOWEE Lemonade from Rap Snacks features hip-hop artist Lil Baby. It’s no surprise that Lil Baby would agree to this endorsement. The new drink is in stores now with flavors including Mango Pineapple, Fruit Punch, Sweet Tea, Strawberry Watermelon, and Blueberry. James Lindsay is the CEO of Rap Snacks, and he says, “We’re so excited to make this announcement after Lil Baby’s showstopping appearance at the Grammys.”

Rap Snacks Lemonade purchased by young male in gas station

OOWEE Lemonade

Wondering where to buy Oowee lemonade? Lil Baby’s new lemonade drink from Rap Snacks has been selling off the shelves, and many are saying it’s tasty. With their five flavors, including my favorite, Strawberry Watermelon, you’ll quickly find yourself looking for more juice. What’s interesting about Oowee lemonade is that a percentage of profits goes to organizations by Lil Baby.

James Lindsay knew what he was doing when creating this hip-hop drink. He took two things he loved the most, juice and hip-hop, to capitalize while supporting communities. Many Rap Snacks fans anticipate more rappers to be featured in the lemonade space. Though this business idea seems excellent, some troubles while collaborating with rap artists have been collaborating. James recalls, “When I did the Migos flavor, I let the Atlanta music label Quality Control owner taste the Sour Cream with a Dab of Ranch and the Honey Jalapeño,” Lindsay says. “He tasted both of them, looked at me, and said, ‘James, you gave me the weaker flavor.’ I said no, I did not!”

Rap Snacks Lineup featuring many hip hop artists

Rap Snacks Chips Review

Rap SRap Snacks sells six-pack bags for $27.99 on their website. Our Rap Snacks review starts with their limited edition chips featuring hip-hop artists. From BBQ Sauce flavor to Jalapeno and Kettle chips, Rap Snacks is sure to have a selection for you. The taste of these chips is quite notable and is well worth my money! I recommend the Migos Variety pack. This Rap Snacks package features all 3 Migos and flavors, such as sour cream and ranch.

Below are the current chip products available from Rap Snacks:

  • The Notorious B.I.G. – ICON Cookout BBQ Sauce
  • Slutty Vegan – Maple BBQ Kettle
  • Slutty Vegan – Jalapeno Cheddar Kettle
  • Migos – Sour Cream & Ranch
  • Migos – Bar-B-Quin With My Honey
  • Migos – White Cheddar With Ranch
  • Cardi B – Red Hot Cheddar
  • Cardi B – Habanero Hot Cheese
  • Lil Boosie – Louisiana Heat Wavy
  • Lil Boosie – Louisiana Heat Cheese Puffs
  • Lil Yatchy – Hot Cheese Fries
  • Romeo Miller – Bar-B-Quin With My Honey

Rap Snacks Ramen Noodles Review

Rap Snacks also ventured into the instant noodles business with their selected artists. Boosie, Master P, and E-40 are among the hip-hop rappers featured in this food line. Learn a lot from these rappers and why they were chosen to represent the Rap Snacks brand. Boosie is a rapper formerly known as Lil Boosie. He is a famous writer from Louisiana. Master P is from New Orleans and started his rap career in 1991, where he founded a successful record label. E-40 is also a classic rapper from 1986 who focused on his solo career while building his “Sick Wid It Records” record label.

The available Rap Snacks Ramen Noodles are the following:

  • Boosie – Louisiana Hot & Spicy Chicken Ramen Noodles
  • Master P – Creamy Chicken Gumbo Ramen Noodles
  • E-40 – Beef Prime Rib Ramen Noodles
Master P eating his new ramen noodles from Rap Snacks Creamy Chicken Gumbo

Rap Snack’s The Boss Up Initiative

It’s always a blessing to see companies invest in the future. Rap Snacks created their foundation named “The Boss Up Initiative,” where they teach entrepreneurship. Many young men, women, and youth are taught critical techniques from the business world and encouraged to pursue their dreams. It’s empowering to know that Rap Snacks has dedicated its time and money to programs like these. Entrepreneurship programs are proven to uplift under-resourced communities. Learn more about the Rap Snacks Foundation here

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