Celebrating Black History Month wouldn't be complete without paying homage to our music culture and the game changers involved.

The snack of hip-hop will honor the dynamic marching band history highlighting different HBCU Marching bands across the country. This initiative is the start of promoting community pride and a new commercial content series. The series will kick off with Central State University's (CSU) Invincible Marching Marauders in Wilberforce, Ohio while exploring the lives of its students on and off the field. 

Rap Snacks has curated a sense of community with this initiative by introducing chips on campus and formulating opportunities with a commitment to build Black institutions. 

"This partnership comes following recent bomb threats at several HBCUs this past year," James Lindsay Rap Snacks founder and CEO said. "Our goal is to continue to find ways to build community within our community."

The Rap Snacks series will air on YouTube, showcasing different marching bands to amplify HBCU pride, the legacy of each institution, the talented students, their efforts, and the resilience of HBCUs.

"It was the perfect opportunity to put Central [State] on the map," Charles Hill said, a student at the CSU.

Outside of this HBCU initiative featured Rap Snacks artists include Trina, Rick Ross, Lil Baby, Cardi B, The Migos, Rick Ross, Lil Yachty, and more.