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The Tupac Shakur Little Playmate Cooler pays homage to Shakur’s artistry and his love for California. Designed in the trademark tent-top design, the 7-quart cooler has a molded-in handle for one-handed carrying capability, and it can hold up to nine (12-ounce) cans.
Featured on the outside of the cooler are photos of palm trees with the name “Tupac” written in old-English script. A black-and-white photo of the hip-hop icon adorns one side of the cooler, which weighs 2 pounds and measures 10.81-inches x 8.13-inches x 11.41-inches.
The cooler includes a signature side-push button for easy opening and closing and Igloo’s trademarked Thermecool foam, which is a cleaner, eco-friendly insulation. Lid swivels open to either side of the cooler for easy access to contents, while the secure lid is designed to prevent spills.
Igloo has released other hip-hop-inspired coolers, including The Notorious B.I.G. x Igloo Playmate cooler collection, which was released on Biggie’s birthday (May 21) and features a 7-quart cooler ($44.99) and a 16-quart cooler ($54.99); and the new Wu-Tang Clan Playmate Collection which also includes a 7-quart cooler ($44.99) and 14-quart cooler (54.99).
Besides the newly released Igloo cooler, Shakur’s estate is kicking off a fan experience making its return on what would have been the rapper’s 51st birthday. The Powamekka Café, a pop-up cafe that had a limited run in New York in 2017, is now open in Los Angeles. The West Coast installment, located at 800 W. Olympic Blvd., is part of a joint partnership with Fixins Soul Food Kitchen and will be open from June 16 until June 30.