Hip Hop: A Cultural Odyssey at The Grammy Museum

Hip Hop: A Cultural Odyssey at The Grammy Museum

Hip Hop: A Cultural OdysseyTimed to coincide with the Grammy Awards ceremony, the Grammy Museum downtown presents an exhibition on the musical genre, based on a book of the same name. According to the museum, it’s the first major exhibition to explore the four-decade history of hip-hop. Visitors will learn about the history of Hip-Hop through interactive mixing and listening stations, video footage, rare photographs and original artifacts, including: Original, handwritten song lyrics by Tupac Shakur; LL Cool J TROOP suit and Kangol hat; Run DMC leather jacket and pants worn during “Walk This Way” performance with Aerosmith; DJ Jazzy Jeff Homebase Tour jacket; Grandmaster Flash turntables; Hip-Hop sneaker gallery from the private collection of Everlast; and much, much more from Hip-Hop legends. Grammy Museum, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite A245, downtown, 213.765.6800 Map I15 www.grammymuseum.org

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