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Flat Top Stainless Steel Signet Men's Ring-
Flat Top Stainless Steel Signet Men's Ring
$39.99
Flexible Stainless Steel Mesh Ring-
Flexible Stainless Steel Mesh Ring
$59.99
Stainless Steel Signet Ring with Square Top-Black Stone-7-
Stainless Steel Signet Ring with Square Top
$59.99
Tiger Eye Stainless Steel Signet Ring-Silver-7-
Tiger Eye Stainless Steel Signet Ring
$59.99
Christian Cross Ring - Universal Fit-Vintage Gothic-
Christian Cross Ring - Universal Fit
$49.99
Trident of Poseidon Stainless Steel Signet Ring-Black-8-
Trident of Poseidon Stainless Steel Signet Ring
$59.99
Matte Stainless Steel Signet Ring-Silver-7-
Matte Stainless Steel Signet Ring
$59.99
Men's Ace of Spades Poker Signet Ring-
Men's Ace of Spades Poker Signet Ring
$49.99
Men's Royal Crown Signet Ring-Silver-7-
Men's Royal Crown Signet Ring
$49.99
Vintage Tiger Eye Signet Men's Ring-
Vintage Tiger Eye Signet Men's Ring
$59.99
Men's Hip Hop Black Stone Ring-Black-7-
Men's Hip Hop Black Stone Ring
$49.99
Flat Top Stainless Steel Pinky Ring-Black-8-
Flat Top Stainless Steel Pinky Ring
$44.99
Black and Gold Two Tone Tungsten Wedding Band-
Black and Gold Two Tone Tungsten Wedding Band
$149.99
Roman Number Cuban Chain Spinner Ring-Gold-8-
Roman Number Cuban Chain Spinner Ring
$59.99
Two Finger Double Stainless Steel Men's Ring-
Two Finger Double Stainless Steel Men's Ring
$39.99

HIP HOP

I said-a hip, hop, the hippie, the hippie
To the hip hip hop-a you don't stop the rock...’ The Sugarhill Gang

(Remember that? Ah, memories…sigh) 

Bling Bling. 

It’s time to get yourself iced out. You’re into flashy status symbols and that’s OK with us. You don’t have to be a hip hop artist to wear the look. That’s perfectly fine. We’d lay odds that you have tats. You are bald with a logger beard if that’s still thing. Maybe it’s already gone the way of the dinosaur, though. 

Men’s hip-hop rings have been around for a while. They’re BIG - in fact the bigger the better. They’re heavy metal – no, not that heavy metal. They have lotsa stones. They’re blinged to the max. Any hip hop musician worth his or her grillz is decked out, hoodie to baggy pants to sneakers, with bracelets, Cuban chains, earrings, pendants, two finger rings and more, looking totally ghetto fabulous. 

Where and why did it all start? Back in the 1980s, when the first hip hop bands arrived on the scene, rap stars started wearing multiple chains and medallion necklaces. It was a signal of success, a sign that you’d made it in your career because you could afford super expensive, over-the-top stuff that you wanted to show off to your homies. Run DMC wore chunky, rope thick chains over track suits. Flava Flav took to wearing a huge clock round his neck with multiple gold necklaces, and he still does. Big was big, but bigger was better. 

Early on, hip hip jewelry was mostly made of yellow gold, but in the 90s, P Diddy and Jay-Z started wearing jewelry made of platinum, white gold and diamonds. It became white on white all the way.

Bling Bling was here to stay. 

In the late 1990s, it was whiter-than-white-on-rice sportswear manufacturer, Tommy Hilfiger who first approached hip-hop artists with a line of baggy clothes and baseball caps in bright colors, even though he had made his name in super preppy sportwear. Seemed like an unlikely alliance, but it worked. Snoop Dogg appeared on television wearing Tommy Hilfiger clothing, and the line took off. Female hip hop artists started wearing sports bras on top of oversized shirts.

Ye, Eminem, 50-Cent and P. Diddy (Isn’t his name Love now?) all have successful hip hop clothing and jewelry lines, substantially adding to their income from performing - as if they weren’t wealthy enough. 

Bling is now a mainstream word and a widely accepted concept, and it applies to a huge selection of both affordable belt buckles, bracelets, rings, necklaces, chains, earring and watches in faux gold as well as faux gemstones - as well as the expensive, real $$$ versions. 

If you want authentic gold or platinum and real diamonds, of course you can pay thousands of dollars, but we also have iced out rings, high-quality replica diamonds and two finger rings made with less expensive materials so you can still have the look at a much more affordable price. We have rings studded with CZ, chain link rings, cluster rings, eternity rings, animal rings, baller rings, inlays, colored stone rings, solitaire rings and much more. We carry some of the latest hip hop trends and hottest new designs. 

Wear one on each finger on one hand, or on both hands. Conforming to expectations is not important, because you never have. If we say Lil Nas X, Latto, Polo G and DaBaby, you will know exactly who we mean, so you don’t have to explain what you are wearing to anyone. Mixing and matching combinations of rings is snatched, fire and whatever other words they’re using now.

Hip hop jewelry is here to stay. Artists are still wearing much the same jewelry worn by Tupac, Biggie and Dre in the 90s, perhaps even adding a bunch more layers than before. Jay Z is sporting a massive $500,000 sapphire ring surrounded by diamonds bought for him by Beyonce, so, there is a subtle evolution away from straight metals. Not enough to have you spring for that type of money though, we’ll wager. 

Our recommendation is to get on board as soon as you can. We have the bling, so start your collection now.