Gothamist: First-Ever And “Long Overdue” Hip Hop Museum Groundbreaking Draws Luminaries To The Bronx

Gothamist: First-Ever And “Long Overdue” Hip Hop Museum Groundbreaking Draws Luminaries To The Bronx. “Hip hop royalty converged on a large tract of empty land in the South Bronx, overlooking the Harlem River, for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the Universal Hip Hop Museum on [May 20]. The event drew a who’s who of legendary hip hop artists including Grandmaster Flash, Slick Rick, Chuck D, Nas, LL Cool J, and Fat Joe. City and state officials joined the hip hop luminaries to plant shovels on the ground for the $80 million, 52,000-square-foot museum financed through city, state, and private monies.”

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