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Kanye West isn't the only hip hop star bringing a non-concert show to LA. In honor of the 20th anniversary of Jay-Z's legendary debut album Reasonable Doubt, Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke is recreating his pal's '90s Brooklyn apartment here in LA in the form of a pop-up shop starting tomorrow, reports Complex.
Dubbed Apt 4B the throwback shop is a collab with Burke's denim label, Fourth of November, and will offer Roc-A-Fella memorabilia (like apparel, cassettes, and more) alongside an exclusive collection of Hova co-designed tees, hats, and posters. Jigga superfans can also catch a peek at unreleased behind-the-scenes photos at the pop-up, which will hold court through July.
There'll also be a grand opening party this Saturday from 12 to 7pm; wonder if Shawn Carter himself will make an appearance?