From Marcy, Brooklyn to Fairfax, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles/California residents: after you’ve finished perusing TIDAL’s RD20 documentary (celebrating 20 years of Reasonable Doubt), we strongly suggest you head on down to Fairfax Avenue in L.A. to check out JAY Z and Kareem “Biggs” Burke’s collaborative, virtual pop-up shop Apt. 4B — named and modeled after the same Marcy Projects digs JAY grew up in in the 90s.
In the conceptual pop-up store, you’ll be able to purchase Reasonable Doubt-themed t-shirts, cassettes, posters, hats and much more — with rumors of a Reasonable Doubt clothing line also in the works. Doors open at noon today (June 25th) and will run through July. Head on down to 517 N Fairfax Ave to check it out and tell them 2DopeBoyz sent you.
For more info, check out the official Apt. 4B Instagram account. Non-L.A. residents will be able to purchase Reasonable Doubt cassette tapes at midnight (June 25th) via the official website.
Got the drop on 2DBZ . . .