16 Jun A 20-story hip-hop museum will open in Haarlem
Hip-hop style originally born in Bronx. However, it gained its popularity more than 40 years ago in Harlem, the African-American area in the north of Manhattan.
Finally, a special flow, gangster chic and street style turned into 20-story hip-hop museum – in memory for future generations.
Early next year about 350 million dollars will be invested to open a magnificent 20-story museum in Harlem.
Organisers promise to put on display wax figures of Tupac and Beastie Boys, video installations, canonical costumes of pioneers of hip-hop and rare archive photos.
Blanck Digital believes that all fashionable must-see lists must include a museum in Harlem, as world famous brands like Gucci quoted hip-hop aesthetics in some of the brand’s collections.
Meanwhile, A $ AP Rocky even dedicated tracks for Raf Simons.