NYC Street Signs Replaced With Rap Lyrics

NYC Street Signs Replaced With Rap Lyrics
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Artist Jay Shells pays tribute to the Big Apple's music culture with a series of placards peppered across the city.

Betsy Mead
  • 27 march 2013

It’s not everyday that street signs speak the language of rap. Artist Jay Shells decided to put a new spin, however, on the standard message and installed several signs that feature lyrics from rappers like Jeru tha Damaja, Kanye West and CL Smooth. Messages such as “Cause I want to be on 106 and Park pushing a Benz” (Kanye West) were splashed all over New York City.

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