If there is one thing coffee and hip hop have in common, it’s collabs. These days you are as likely to find your favorite emcee dropping a guest verse on a track as you are your favorite roaster showing up in a local brewery’s barrel-aged (and borderline undrinkable, I said what I said) seasonal stout. So it makes perfect sense for two collab-loving genres to cross-pollinate. And that’s exactly what’s happening right now in Los Angeles between Go Get Em Tiger and LA-via-Gary, Indiana artist Freddie Gibbs, who have come together to for the limited edition Big Rabbit Roasters Kit.

A Grammy-nominated emcee, the Big Boss Rabbit is no stranger to collabs, working frequently with big-name producers like MadLib and The Alchemist and sharing tracks with emcees from all over the hip-hop sphere including Tyler, the Creator, Schoolboy Q, Rick Ross, Killer Mike, Yasiin Bey, Black Thought, Danny Brown, Earl Sweatshirt, Mac Miller, and Scarface, amongst many, many others. And now Go Get Em Tiger.

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Available for pre-order Monday, April 11th, the first offering from Gibbs’ Big Rabbit Roasters is Kane’s Especial, an espresso roast single-origin Peru. It comes as part of the Big Rabbit Roasters Kit, which also includes a Big Rabbit Roasters beefy tee, mug, and decal. The entire bundle is available via GGET’s website for $125.

For more information on the Big Rabbit Roasters Kit, visit Go Get Em Tiger’s official website.

Zac Cadwaladerย is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas.ย Read more Zac Cadwaladerย on Sprudge.

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