Hip Hop Legends Playing Cards

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Playing cards date back as far as any of us can remember, but artists continue to innovate when it comes to the actual design we see on the face of the cards. We have seen a lot of awesome options for decks, and the Hip Hop Playing Cards are certainly among our favorites.

The cards were designed by hip hop inspired girl apparel clothing line Mynority Classics and feature the likes of some of the best rappers to ever grace the hip hop genre of music including Wu-Tang Clan, Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Lauryn Hill, Questlove, Public Enemy, Biz Markie, Ice Cube, and many more. The portraits of the rappers were actually hand drawn by Japanese illustrator Sayor Wada. Get yours from Mynority Classics.

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