Watch: T.I. Honors Nipsey Hussle At The Trap Museum

AllHipHop Staff

Atlanta rapper T.I. paid tribute to fallen rapper Nipsey Hussle with a hot piece of art.

Hip-Hop Icon, Trap music pioneer, blockbuster actor and label head Tip “T.I.” Harris unveiled a permanent Nipsey Hussle installation at the Trap Music Museum in Atlanta, on August 13th.

Nipsey Hussle was born today (August 15th).

The installation was personally curated by Tip with co-curation by Grand Hustle Head of Marketing,  James Miller.

The installation is a 3-piece collaborative labor of respect and admiration for Nipsey with the majestic painting created by BK The Artist featuring blue roses in his beard, along with images of his children, family,  Lauren London and the posthumous memorial at the Marathon clothing store.

The bench in the installation, created by Dizzy and Quake, is a take on Nipsey’s Victory Lap album cover while the blue and red jersey was conceived by the Trap Music Museum curation collective.  

“Based on what Nipsey means to me and the community as a whole, we knew that the art had to be superlative, so I reached out to BK The Artist, whose work I personally collect and the Trap Music Museum collective commissioned Dizzy and Quake. I’m excited about Dizzy and Quake’s creativity and feel that their idea of doing the bench is pretty damn dope,” states Tip.  

Celebrity guests and influencers in attendance included:  T.I.’s wife, the award-winning singer-songwriter and television star, Tameka “Tiny” Harris,  his children singer-songwriter and tv star Zonnique Pullins, rap and television star’s Domani Harris and King Harris, Grammy award-winning singer Monica, TV star and NY Times best-selling author Toya Wright,  actress, singer-songwriter LeToya Luckett, key influencer and TV star Reginae Carter, World Champion Long Drive Golf Pro Marcus Allen, TIG Records label Head Girvan “Fly” Henry, and Dr. Sebi’s daughter naturalist Kellie Bowman. 

Founded by multi-platinum artist and blockbuster star T.I. in September 2018, The Trap Music Museum and escape room has become one of Atlanta’s most popular tourist attractions with over 6,000 guests each weekend.

The museum is centered around the compelling ‘trap music’ culture and includes one of a kind art installations honoring some of hip-hop’s most iconic and influential trap music stars.

Participants are given thirty minutes to crack the codes of the streets and channel their inner trap king and queen to escape the trap room.