Jay Z Is Getting A ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Pop-Up Exhibit In New York

It looks like Jay Z is hopping on street style’s pop-up trend, but he won’t be selling concert merch. The music mogul is getting a pop-up exhibit in New York that will commemorate the 20th anniversary of his 1996 classic album Reasonable Doubt.

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Roc-A-Fella records co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke is bringing the exhibit to life. The “Roc96″ pop-up event, which will take place for three days only, will feature a replica of Studio B Control Room — the studio where Jay Z recorded parts of his Reasonable Doubt record.  The exhibit will also sell merchandise including scarves, wooden headphones, turntables, duffle bags, and more.

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The New York event is following the opening of another pop-up shop that opened in Los Angeles earlier in June 2016. Instead of the studio replica, the L.A. event cloned Jay Z’s Brooklyn apartment. Also in celebration of the 20-year milestone, Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal released a 36-minute black and white film looking back on the seminal album. “This album literally saved my life…….. I can’t thank you all enough,” Jay Z noted on Twitter ahead of the film’s release.

The “Roc96″ pop-up event will take place from Oct. 20-23. Visitors can stop by from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. For more information, visit the official site here.