Didn’t get that hip-hop vibe the last time you walked into Starbucks? Well, things are about to change.
Just a short week ago, Starbucks released it’s first hip-hop compilation titled Back In The Day: A Summertime Hip-Hop Mix. The songs on the album hail from hip-hop’s glory days of the late 80s and early 90s, a beautiful time when you couldn’t walk down the street without hearing a fresh beat and smooth rapper. A decade when hip-hop greatly expanded its audience, but still stayed true to its original art form.
The artists featured on the album include: De La Soul, D.J. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Queen Latifa, Coolio and many other rap legends. The compilation of songs were selected with the hot summer sun in mind and the album gives of that warm, chill vibe that is necessary for all outdoor summer event.
Sneke, a world famous graffiti artist from Seattle, Washington’s hip-hop scene, created the album’s cover art.
Back In The Day will remind you that coffee and hip-hop really do belong together.
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