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Tinie Tempah is launching a fried hen supply service.


Tinie Tempah is launching a fried hen supply service.

The ‘Pass Out’ rapper is hoping to “reinvent the wrap” with Raps that can start with a four-month pop up at Willows on the Roof – positioned on the prime of John Lewis on London’s Oxford Street – and might be obtainable through Deliveroo in areas similar to Shoreditch, Hackney, Dalston, Brixton, Queen’s Park and Camberwell, from 11 March.

The 33-year-old hip-hop artist mentioned in an announcement: “Raps simply felt proper. Food is an exploration of tradition via its substances and flavours and London, town I’m from, is wealthy with range and tradition; it was actually thrilling to work on one thing the place I used to be capable of mix the meals I really like and grew up on (each within the dwelling and on the excessive road) and the music that impressed me to be who I’m at present.”

In addition to wraps, the menu – which is “a nostalgic nod to Tinie’s early childhood spent frequenting the hen store of South East London” – can even embody hen tenders (Unknown T’s buttermilk tenders) and wings (Peng Wings), which was developed by social media sensation Big Has, who has labored an array of prime eating places and a graduate of Jamie Oliver’s 15 course.

According to their web site, the meals firm is “an inclusive group” impressed by hip-hop, with dishes’ names being impressed by many rap artists, similar to JME.

It reads: “RAPS is an inclusive group of indulgent and wholesome soul meals followers, with hip hop ideologies at its core dropped at you by Tinie Tempah and Kitchen Ventures.

“The model delivers a nostalgic nod to Tinie’s early childhood spent frequenting the hen outlets of South East London after college and to household dinners, RAPS is each a visit down reminiscence lane and a celebration of Tinie’s need to reinvent a basic wRAP.”

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