Shift above, MOMA.
There will be a new museum on the block of New York’s have to-see cultural institutions — and she’s a house-grown woman.
That would be the Universal Hip Hop Museum, which had its groundbreaking ceremony together the Harlem River on Thursday showcasing this sort of NYC rap legends as LL Awesome J, Nas, Fats Joe and Grandmaster Flash. The museum, which began building in February, will start as the cultural hub of the new Bronx Position advancement in 2024.
“It produced me aspiration, you know what I’m expressing?” claimed Queens native LL of his hometown rap roots