Rapper Styles P Just Launched a New High-End PB&J Spread and It’s the Nostalgic Upgrade You’ve Been Waiting For
If you’re like me, you love a good PB&J sandwich. Rich, buttery peanut butter mixed with sweet grape jelly, on hearty wheat bread (or any bread, for that matter) will hit just the right notes between nostalgia and comfort. As iconic as the sandwich is, a classic could always use an upgrade, and that’s precisely what Styles P — one-third of the hip-hop group The Lox — sought to do with his latest foray into the food world.
Born David R. Styles, the rapper — who is responsible for hits like “Money, Power & Respect” — recently partnered with Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park (regarded as one of the best restaurants in the world, by the way) to reimagine the iconic sweet and savory combo by launching a high-end spread. And it just may be worth the spend.
As both food purveyors are dedicated to a plant-based diet and want to better the world one peanut butter and jelly sandwich at a time, the new offering — aptly named Styles PB&J — sees creamy peanut butter meet Eleven Madison Park’s signature grape jelly to create a blend you’ll want to slather on just about everything. The mixture also features maca root powder and Irish sea moss — a great source of iodine, potassium, and calcium.
Interested in giving this tasty spread a try? You can find this innovative product on the Eleven Madison Parks website, where one jar of this luxury spread will set you back $15. But with all of the promoted benefits, I’m sure it’ll be well worth the price point.
The duo have also created a gift box called the Little Farma Box in collaboration with Farmacy for Life — a natural food store owned by Styles and his wife, Aduja. The package includes a jar of Styles PB&J spread, black seed oil, oregano oil, and a King of the Jungle dietary supplement. Your purchase also helps support Styles’ and Chef Humm’s mission to boost community food accessibility. Additionally, proceeds from all Eleven Madison Home products support the brand’s food truck, which partners with Rethink Food to donate meals to food-insecure communities.
Styles P isn’t the only groupmate making waves in the food industry, though — Rapper Jadakiss recently launched a coffee business with his father and son called Kiss Cafe. Recent years have also shown an increase in celebrity presence in the food world, and hip-hop artists have accounted for a large portion of that. Styles’ and Chef Humm’s mission to introduce plant-based eating to more people is highly admirable. If you do happen to purchase a jar of the spread, make sure to pick one up for me too!