Hot Rhymes for Hot Cheetos… and Takis.
by: Abernathy Miller
August 17, 2012
Oh. My. God. Is it just us or are these 12 year-olds better rappers than 90 percent of the heavy-hitters in the rap game right now?
Though we’ve never actually tried Takis ( a mexican version of Cheetos, it would appear) if they are good enough to write a a song about, maybe we should head down to the local bodega and snag a bag.
What makes this video even better, is that it’s the product of an after school program at the Nellie Stone Johnson Beacons Center in Minneapolis, MN, where you can learn tumbling, break dance, and DJing in addition to participating in the North Community Beats and Rhymes program.
Since May 2009, the Beats and Rhymes program has produced two youth posses, the NSJ Crew and the Y.N. RichKids (featured in this amazing video) as well as eight albums.
Precious and impressive? Sign us up.
In the mean time, maybe this vid will get to Jay-Z, and these kids can land a record deal, or at least an endorsement deal from Cheetos… that way they can buy all the Hot Cheetos, Takis and sodas they want.