Got munchies? This Minneapolis crew's got what you need

Check out this ode to a favorite snack food pairing by a group of Minneapolis kids hungry for the spotlight. Y.N. Rich Kids are the product of the after school program Beats and Rhymes, which lets kids who finish their homework join in a rap video session (and perhaps enjoy a few Hot Cheetos and Takis).
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Here's a tribute to a dynamic duo of snack foods from some experts in the field. When the Y.N. Rich Kids finish their homework, they get to take part in Minneapolis' Beats and Rhymes program and put together music videos like this catchy one that's catching on fast:

Recent write ups include one in City Pages.
And another in Huffington Post.

But wait, there's more.

Both Y.N. Rich Kids and a fellow Beats and Rhymes group, the NSJ Crew, have more tunes here.

Be careful, though. Like their favorite snacks, these kids and their music can be addicting.

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