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|Founder||James "Fly" Lindsay|
|Headquarters||Greensboro, North Carolina, United States|
|Parent||Evans Food Group|
|Slogan||The official snack of Hip-Hop.|
Rap Snacks were a variety of potato chips and popcorn that feature famous rappers. They were generally sold in convenience stores, particularly in inner-city areas. They were advertised as "The Official Snack of Hip hop."
Rap Snacks were created by James "Fly" Lindsay in 1994. Rap Snacks featured a wide variety of popular rappers, as well as several lesser-known or up-and-coming artists. Each had its own distinct flavor. The packaging of each variety featured a cartoon version of the rapper on the front and a brief biography of the artist on the back.
In August 2007, Lil' Romeo purchased the Rap Snacks Company for an undisclosed amount of money. At that time, James "Fly" Lindsay, ran the company's daily operations and aimed to expand the Rap Snacks product line with Romeo's help.