Monday, March 5th, 2012
Rebel’Hood – Singapore’s First Hip Hop Theme Cafe At Clarke Quay
Established lifestyle and entertainment management group LifeBrandz proudly unveils REBEL’HOOD, the first hip hop theme café in Singapore, located smack in the heart of Clarke Quay.
A brand extension of the popular REBEL BOUTIQUE CLUB, REBEL’HOOD aims to become the congregation point of the cool and the non-conformists.
Inspired by the last active Writer’s Bench located at the 149th Street Grand Concourse subway station in the Bronx, the street art on the walls and numerous fixtures of REBEL’HOOD are designed and executed by top local graffiti artists, collectively known as RSCLS.
The three main elements of graffiti art – tagging, throw-ups, and characters, fuse well with the lighting and the dulcet beats of REBEL’s resident DJs to create the perfect ambience of a “meeting point”. An al fresco area offers the perfect respite for clubbers to sit back, chill out and watch the world go by.
REBEL’HOOD’s menu is conceptualized as a “black book” or a visual journal of an aspiring Hip-Hop cook. The food and beverages on the menu are named after key R&B or hip hop influences and interesting sketches of some items are present on the “black book”. Indulge in a hearty Snoop Hot Dogg with Relish and if you have a sweet tooth, try the tRIHANNAmisu. Quell the heat with a LL-ychee-Cool J cocktail or drown your sorrows with a few shots of 2Pac-ked in REBEL.
For more information on Rebel’Hood.