Each player is given seven cards to start, with the objective of ending with no cards. However, checkered throughout the 87-card deck are a series of directives that will have you blending together various parts of a drink—from the base to the modifier, aptly named with musical themes as a nod to T-Pain’s extensive musical catalogue. Each player has to mix, remix, and drink until their cards are gone. T-Pain first mastered the art of mixology with the release of his book Can I Mix You A Drink? This is the Remix.
Key Selling Points (TI, Edelweiss for US, and Catalist for Canada only)
A treasured possession for card game fans, beautifully crafted with premium faux leather and gold foil stamping on the front and spine.
87 cards, with directionals written by T-Pain, including various drink ingredients from Can I Mix You A Drink? along with fun instructions to play that’ll have you tipsy and giggly.
The goal for each player is to play their cards until they’re done, and yell “Remix!” when their final card is played
Beware of the Go Cards in between that will leave you tipsy and making up new rules as you go along.
By multi-Platinum, Grammy Award winning artist, actor, and entrepreneur T-Pain, winner of Season One’s The Masked Singer.
-For 3+ players, ages 21+
T-Pain is a Grammy Award winning multi-Platinum recording artist, actor, and entrepreneur. Born Faheem Rasheed Najm, T-Pain has sold over 50 million records, won six Grammy Awards, and released seven albums. In 2019, T-Pain became the first winner of The Masked Singer, as the Tallahassee, Florida native aimed to show the world he was much more than the perfecter of Auto-Tune. T-Pain is also a brand ambassador, cartoon voiceover talent, podcast host, and the “dean” of Wiscansin University.
Kathy Iandoli is a critically acclaimed journalist and author. Her first book, God Save The Queens: The Essential History of Women In Hip-Hop (2019, Dey Street Books / HarperCollins) was named an NPR Best Book Of the Year. She is the author of the biography Baby Girl: Better Known As Aaliyah (2021, Atria Books / Simon & Schuster), as well as the co-author of rapper Lil’ Kim’s upcoming memoir The Queen Bee(2023, Hachette Books). Kathy has written about music and gender for two decades, with bylines in VIBE, The Source, XXL, Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork, BUST, Teen Vogue, PAPER, Playboy, i-D, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, The Guardian, VICE, and many others. Kathy is a professor of Music Business at New York University, and has served as a pundit (television, radio, and panels) for discussions on hip-hop and gender.