Van Nuys, CA (PRWEB) August 5, 2006
One of the hottest new trends in hip hop jewelry, Grillz have also quickly become one of the biggest online sellers. In reaction to this popularity, IcedOutGear.com has responded. Already a leader in online bling and hip hop jewelry, IcedOutGear.com has taken their inventory to a new level with the addition of over two dozen new styles of Grillz (Gold Teeth). Now, IcedOutGear has the right style of grillz for any 'playa' or 'gangsta.'
When asked about the booming popularity of these pieces of 'bling', Eric Liberman told us that, "We (Bling websites) can all thank Nelly, Lil’ Jon, Paul Wall, and almost every other rapper from the South to come out in the last few years." As the President of IcedOutGear.com's parent company, WorldWide Dynasty, Eric has seen the trends come and go in hip hop fashion. Something struck him as different about these new grillz and he chose to act. "We just kept getting requests from customers for different styles and more sets, so we did whatever we could to give them what they wanted," Liberman said when asked about what sparked this recent move by his site. And that they did. IcedOutGear.com now offers over 30 styles of Grillz, some simply gold teeth, others encrusted with enough cubic zirconia’s to add sparkle to the 'durrrtiest' smile.
Many other websites have also responded to this boom in popularity. HipHopCapital.com has also introduced several different styles of grillz and gold teeth. Like IcedOutGear, HipHopCapital has grillz and gold teeth that are easy on the wallet. Both sites currently offer sets of grillz that are gold plated and contain semi-precious stones (instead of being solid gold and having genuine gemstones and diamonds). This keeps the cost for a complete set under $60 and with any of the current styles offered by these two sites, nobody would ever know the difference. Other websites offer these styles of diamond and solid gold or platinum teeth, but you can easily expect to add two zeros to the cost that you can find on IcedOutGear.com.
"We discussed bringing on 'genuine' grillz and gold teeth, but we know our market and we know what they can usually afford. The bottom line is that most of our customers aren't going to spend over a thousand or up to five thousand dollars on some bling." Liberman went on to say that since the new additions, more users are getting to his site when looking for grillz than any other product. "We saw this with G-Unit spinners, and some other past trends, but something about grillz has them getting more popular everyday. Hopefully, we can ride the wave until it breaks." And they are doing whatever they can to do just that.
Keeping their inventory new and fresh, IcedOutGear.com has kept themselves at the top of the online 'bling bling' market for some time and things keep looking up.
Grillz, while popular among their customers, are even more popular amongst those who sell them because they are clear evidence that hip hop fashion and 'bling' aren't going anywhere anytime soon.