It’s been 15 years since T.I. released his game-changing project Trap Muzik, a full-length that, while not inventing the genre outright, certainly gave credence to its name. To commemorate the landmark release, the city of Atlanta will have a pop-up museum dedicated to its history and culture opening on September 30. T.I. is serving as curator, as you can see from his Instagram post below.
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This for US!!! All US!!! All contributors to the culture of Trap Muzik!!! No matter who you are or how you’ve contributed…Consider this just as much yours as it is anybody’s. This is your HOME just like it’s mines…Regardless of our personal differences or discrepancies. It is what it is… Trap Muzik wouldn’t be SHIT without ALL OF US!!! So it’s all of our 15th anniversary!!! I made it a album… but WE MADE IT A GENRE!!!! This is a celebration of ALL OF OUR CONTRIBUTIONS to the CULTURE WE CALL TRAP MUZIK!!!! Coming Soon… For more information follow @trapmusicmuseum
T.I. is not alone; numerous other artists that comprise Atlanta’s thriving scene are featured as part of the museum, including Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, Rick Ross, and Future.
Fancy a trip to the Trap Museum? Head over to their website for visiting info.
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