4/5ths of the band Tv On The Radio
Idi Amin, though black, was NOT a hipster... Therefore he cannot be considered a blipster.
A black hipster
"Dude, did you see that blipster at the show last night?"
'Yeah man, his gauges were huge!"
A cross between the words "black" and "hipster". However it is not used to solely describe a black hipster but rather one with non-stereotypical African American culture. This person, (who usually is black), will typically have natural hair and embrace their skin color, listen to alot of old school poetry hiphop (like digable planets) and maybe even jazz. Describes someone very passionate about the culture
Basically any (non-violent) ex-black panthers are good examples of blipsters.
A portmanteau of the words "Black" and "Hipster" used to describe a black person that so happens to be a hipster. Blipsters may be considered uncle toms or sellouts because of their fascination with predominantly white music and clothing, usually indie, punk, and electronic.
Blipsters usually are the token, if you see a black guy with a group of hipsters, he's more likely a blipster.
A lot blipsters have a song sense of self, with hip-hop(usually underground or old) and other black music, and intellectual black sensibilities that they usually feel are absent from todays black mainstream.
Steve is black,rides a fixie, vegan, like Animal Collective, Radiohead, and TV On The Radio, he's probably a Blipster.
An African-American individual who emulates white hipster culture through fashion and activities (such as wearing skinny jeans, skateboarding and looking emo, all ironically).
Did you see those kids that just skateboarded by?
Yeah -- I couldn't tell if they were white or black. Their skin looked black but everything else screamed white. I think they were blipsters.