Cuban Chain Rings For Men/Women! Express Your Mood Without Using Words
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Dynamic Miami Cuban Link Ring
Make a statement of your power without saying a word.
The Cuban link chains and rings became a vital part of the hip-hop artist swagger
Popularized by DJ Kool Herc, Run DMC, and many other hip-hop artists
Miami Cuban links, as this stylistic piece is said to originate in Miami and continues to remain a prominent stylistic choice among its residents.
Make a statement without saying a word with Cuban link rings for men and women
“What is a Cuban link chain?” it’s simply a style of chain that features distinctly oval-shaped interconnected links.
Where Did They Originate?
The actual origin of the Cuban link style is tough to pinpoint, but, as far as its popularity within the realm of hip hop, it started right when the genre itself began—in the 70s. As most hip hop fans know, the genre is historically credited as being started by an MC in the Bronx named DJ Kool Herc during a birthday party in 1973. it’s tricky to nail down an exact person or time that the piece was invented, but this is definitely when it was introduced as a mainstream piece of hip-hop attire.
As the years continued and hip-hop artists became mainstream themselves, the Cuban link chain remained a vital part of an artist’s swagger. Other designs came into style, too, like the rope chain, or Dookie chain, and Cuban Link Rings popularized by Run DMC, and the Jesus piece brought to light by Biggie Smalls. But, the Cuban link has long remained a staple in the scene, though artists have put their own spin on the classic style. DJ Khaled even claimed in 2013 that he was the person to first popularize Cuban Link Jewelry. Cuban chains are also known as Miami Cuban links, as this stylistic piece is said to originate in Miami and continues to remain a prominent stylistic choice among its residents. Regardless, Cuban chains are most likely the product of the 1970s hip-hop scene
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