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This Instagram Account From Toronto Puts Your Favourite Rappers On Cake

Do your favourite artists taste as good as they look?
This Instagram Account From Toronto Puts Your Favourite Rappers On Cake

We all love a good food Instagram account. The only thing we love more than eating the food, is taking pictures of it. We're all guilty let's be honest. 

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Remember Drake cookies? Or all of the amazing chocolate desserts in the city? Now imagine a delicious dessert in combination with your favourite artists? Magic, right?

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Introducing Cake and Rap, the Toronto Instagram account known for making cool cakes with your favourite rappers on them. As well as other cool designs. 

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Do you have a favourite album or artist you want to see on a cake? All you have to do is comment on one of Cake and Rap's posts to have your request added to the list. 

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How cute is J. Cole in cake form?

Follow @cakeandrap today to see the coolest cake designs!

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