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.

Tupac Shakur (L) and Treach from Naughty by Nature backstage at KMEL Summer Jam 1992 at Shoreline Amphitheatre. August 1, 1992, Mountain View California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)


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