Sotheby’s will auction off more than 100 rare hip hop artifacts

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The National Hip Hop Museum, which is situated in the nation’s capital, has been orchestrating a lot of events to further solidify its authenticity and now Sotheby’s Auction House is officially opening up bids for a collection of rare Hip Hop “artifacts” from the days of the culture’s Golden Era.

First announced on the DC-based museum’s IG page and curated by former Tommy Boy Records executive Monica Lynch and Cassandra Hatton, the auction was mentioned as a part of Pop Culture Week, In the post, the museum says, “This March, Sotheby’s is thrilled to present its first ever Pop Culture Week featuring Hip Hop which celebrates the art and objects that have been inspired by and that have in turn inspired contemporary culture.”

For more, check out this article from The Source.

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