JAY-Z’s ‘Book Of HOV’ Brooklyn Library Exhibit Extended To October

JAY-Z‘s “Book of HOV” exhibit at Brooklyn Public Library has been extended for two more months. The exhibition opened on July 14th and has been extended until October.

If you can’t see “The Book of HOV” in person, you can still check out the exhibition’s website for an interactive guide with narration by Angie Martinez. On display are rare artifacts from Hov’s career, including a recreation of Baseline Studios, where he made classic albums like The Blueprint and The Black Album.

The multimedia exhibition showcases JAY-Z’s archived objects, including recordings, photos, stage wear, awards, videos, and artifacts from his career. The exhibition traces the billionaire mogul’s journey from Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects to global stardom.

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