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Visit The Show-Themed Pop-up Bar Inspired by ‘Breaking Bad’ Coming Soon To NYC

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If you ask anyone at Drill KingBreaking Bad is, by far, the most epic Tv show ever released, and fans will soon be able to go to the show-themed pop-up bar that will be rolling into the Big Apple.

Baptized the “ABQ Bar”, this special cocktail space is suprisingly housed in an RV unit — the vehicle is, of course is a straight reference to the mobile meth lab that Walter White A.k.a Heinsenberd and his partner in crime Jesse Pinkman used for their notorious blue concoctions that got ’em rich in the TV serie, but this time around, the concoctions that will be served are drinkable cocktails.

In addition to this amazing concept, guests will also get the chance to make the unique beverages through special instructions and instruments. There’s the “C2H6,” a semi-frozen cocktail made with rum, pink peppercorn, rose hip and dry ice, plus the “Blue Flynn,” a drink that changes color depending on the acidity level you choose. There will be other show-themed drinks to choose from and make. Additionally, the interior of the RV calls out a lot of the themes from the show so fans will definitely be in for a treat.

The ABQ Bar has already made successful stops in London and Paris and will cost guests around $45 to $49 USD for a ticket. You can sign up on the official site for more information and to find out when tickets are released for this July event.

Earlier this month, Better Call Saul brought the Los Pollos Hermanos chicken pop-up to New York City.

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Watch Smokepurpp’s ‘Krispy Kreme’ Videoclip NOW

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With the latest visual to his ‘Krispy Kreme’ single, SmokePurpp find is way out of Pump’s shadow.

released through Cactus Jack, Travis Scott label, the young Floridian rapper is really making a name for himself with the release of DEADSTAR.

However he was first in, his companero, lil Pump rose to fame a bit faster than him. But with the help of Mister Scott, I don’t see how he wouldn’t be able to make it big in this industry. Don’t below one of those many songs that will make you love Purpp.

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Lil Pump’s Racing Up The Chart With His ‘Gucci Gang’ Single

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The rise of SoundCloud rapper Lil Pump is in full swing. As his debut self-titled album currently sits at #1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, one of the project’s singles, “Gucci Gang,” is steadily gaining traction on the R&B/Hip Hop Single Sales chart.

Also, Rich The Kid and Kendrick Lamar’s new cut “Freezer” has seen an 88 percent increase in sales in its second week, while Tory Lanez’s brand new single “Skrt Skrt” is one of this week’s highest debuts on the chart for the week ending on October 10.

Elsewhere on the chart, sales this week have been slow and the chart finds the usual suspects topping the charts. Cardi B holds down the throne at #1 with her infectious hit “Bodak Yellow,” Post Malone keeps the #2 spot warm with “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage and Logic stays strong at #3 with “1-800-273-8255.”

Lil Pump Hits The Charts With “Gucci Gang”

South Florida rapper Lil Pump is making his presence known and “Gucci Gang” is evidence of his blossoming star power.

While “Gucci Gang” currently sits at #25, sales for the song have increased by 15 percent. Last week, it was #32 and the previous week, it sat at #46. With his ambitious sales projections for the Lil Pump LP, there’s no telling where “Gucci Gang” will land next week, especially with that unexpected ScHoolboy Q co-sign.

“Gucci Gang” had a total of 5,577 in digital sales for a total of 19,794 in sales to date.

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Tee Grizzley & Lil Durk Mixtape Coming Soon

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It looks like Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley is cooking up something with the Chiraq driller Lil Durk.

Yesterday (October 12), the Detroit rhymer revealed that he will soon drop a joint effort with Lil Durk.

“Y’all gone love when me and @lildurk drop our project ,” Tee wrote on Twitter,

 

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