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Hip-hop art lives on in Harlem, New York

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Leopold Vasquez, Founder/CEO, Sound of Art

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2Pac, Lil Kim and Biggie Smalls artwork by Heather Hunter

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“Think Big” artwork by Bellinger Moye

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DJ Strike

This past weekend saw Allhiphop.com‘s fourth annual art show.

The event, keeping with Allhiphop Week’s theme of “The Rebirth Of Hip-Hop”, showcased works from artists who are “serious and devoted hip-hop heads”, including Joe Buck, Heather Hunter, Toofly and Mario Peña.

The event was run in conjunction with Sound of Art, a multi-faceted, visual arts-driven business based in the Bronx.

It will run for the rest of the month at Nubian Heritage, 2037 Fifth Avenue (between 125th and 126th Street) in Harlem, New York, so if you’re in the area make sure you check it out.

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