NewsJay-Z Exhibit Sets Attendance Record At Brooklyn Public Library

Jay-Z Exhibit Sets Attendance Record At Brooklyn Public Library

Jay-Z’s tribute at the Brooklyn Public Library is raking in record numbers of attendance. BPL has been bustling with business after the immersive “Book of HOV” exhibit went live. The New York native has set a record in engagement during the five-month period in which his exhibit has been at the NYC borough’s central branch library.

According to the Brooklyn Paper, the Roc Nation-constructed tribute has transformed the library by artistically displaying some of Jay-Z’s most iconic lyrics, displaying a replica of one of Jay’s very first recording studios as well as never-before-seen photos of the rapper and his journey. 

President of the BPL, Linda E. Johnson, said, “This exhibition is a testament to Jay-Z’s global impact, and to the dynamic energy and spirit of Brooklynites and hip-hop fans.”

She added, “We look forward to welcoming back our new patrons and cardholders who, thanks to “The Book of HOV,” have already begun enjoying all of the materials, services and programming the library has to offer.”

According to reports, “The Book of HOV” tribute brought many people who have been longtime fans of Jay-Z to the city.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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