Because rappers stopped worrying about selling out around the same time Ice-T stopped killing cops and started killing it as one on SVU, it's about time somebody -- in this case, a Texas dude whose previous contribution to the internets is the "Mark by Mark Zuckerberg" collection ("Elastic Jeans", "A Sweet Tie") -- came up with Don Drapper, a blog turning classic advertising imagery and hip-hop quotes into something that's as much Mad Rad as it is Mad Men.
Current consumer-tempting marriages include the obvious-but-still-hilarious Drake & Fancy Feast ("Oh, you fancy"), and Big Pun & Orange Crush ("Not a Player But I Crush A Lot"), plus more subtle numbers like YG + Netflix ("Toot It And Boot It"), and a Boar's Head Holiday Ham advert that quotes from Roscoe Dash's "No Hands", which, ironically, is also what you see when you ask a room full of people "who likes Roscoe Dash?". DD's also got multiple rap-vertisements from Kanye featuring Citibank (safeguarding your money "since Prince was on Apollonia") and Visa ("You don't even gotta bring ya paper out"), and Biggie, who lends his lyrics to Keystone (both "Smooth since the days of Underoos") and a Verizon joint that reads "Same number. Same hood. It's all good.", something they're even more desperate to make you believe now that AT&T may or may not own T-Mobile.
Far more open to suggestion than an actual '60s chauvinist, DD also posts user submissions, which thus far include a take on Cali Swag District + Douglas College ("yeah... we'll teach you how to dougie"), and the Container Store, about which Lauryn Hill says "seasons change, mad things rearrange", though not for Ice-T, since whether he's playing a cop or a Cop Killer, he's always just trying to Get (His) Money, Man.