NEW YORK — Hip-hop legend Christopher Wallace, also known as Biggie Smalls, got a hometown tribute in Downtown Brooklyn on Wednesday.
The community unveiled an interactive art sculpture of Wallace in Cadman Plaza East as part of the celebration of.
“For us in Brooklyn, Biggie is at the center of it all. They say hip-hop was born in the Bronx, but it was raised in Brooklyn, and we have the greatest rapper of all time from our borough, from Bed-Stuy, and to have him and his sculpture here, it’s an honor,” Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso said.
The sculpture is solar-powered, playing a mix of music from the Notorious B.I.G.
It will be on display until November.
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