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'Hot Cheetos & Takis' group tours Minneapolis in new music video

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The group of kids behind the viral video sensation "Hot Cheetos & Takis" are touring various Minneapolis landmarks in "My Bike," one of two new music videos just released, City Pages reports.

Y.N. Rich Kids, an adolescent hip-hop group from Minneapolis, can be seen riding their bikes across the Vikings practice field at Winter Park, past Target Center, First Avenue, on Target Field and inside the Mall of America.

The video also features cameos by local hip hop artists including Brother Ali, Mod Sun and Prof.

Some members of Y.N. Rich Kids also released a video from their concurrent group NSJ Crew. City Pages calls the tune, "Khaki Pants," "a real banger."

The group's debut video "Hot Cheetos & Takis" gained national media attention last year, even finishing No. 7 on Time magazine's "9 Best Music Videos of 2012" list and Spin magazine's "40 Best Songs of 2012" list.

The video to date has been viewed more than 6.2 million times on YouTube.

See the video for "My Bike" below.

See the video for "Khaki Pants" below.

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