The Universal Hip-Hop Museum has officially found a permanent home in its birthplace of the Bronx, according to DNA Info, with the plans incorporating the long-discussed museum as part of a mega-development complex alongside a multiplex theater, an education space, and a neighborhood food and beverage hall known as Bronx Point.
It’s said that New York City is the city that never sleeps. By this logic, the Bronx has been having a serious case of insomnia as the last year has seen the rise of numerous new developments, projects, and cultural attractions including most recently, the New York City Universal Hip-Hop Museum (UHHM), which is slated to open in 2022.
The New York City Universal Hip-hop Museum (UHHM) is slated to open in 2022 in the Bronx. Founded by Rocky Bucano, Kurtis Blow, Shawn LG Thomas, Grandwizzard Theodore, Mickey Bentson, and , Joe Conzo Jr. the museum “celebrates and preserves the history of local and global hip-hop music and culture to inspire, empower, and promote understanding,” according to the UHHM website.
Museum slated to open in the Bronx in 2022 as part of Bronx Point complex and will be a “home for the world’s most popular art form, hip-hop culture”
The Bronx’s planned Universal Hip-Hop Museum is expected to boast a recording studio, virtual graffiti wall and dozens of photos, books and records highlighting the music genre’s growth, according to co-chairman Kurtis Blow.