The Hip Hop Hall Of Fame Museum Coming To Harlem Will Cost $150 Million

The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum has won a bid on a building in Harlem and will be launching a $150 million campaign to build the site, with the hope of getting the first phase open by February 2018. It’s also fitting that the city that birthed such giants of the genre — including Jay Z, Run-D.M.C., Nas, Kurtis Blow, The Notorious B.I.G., Wu-Tang Clan and Doug E. Fresh, among many others — will be home to the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum.

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