From Outkast To Jeezy, Atlanta Is Decorated With Rap Quotes (Video)

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Jay Shells has made history. Part Hip-Hop historian, part avant-garde artist, Shells has hit New York, Los Angeles, and other major cities with his red-and-white Rap Quotes. These signs honor landmarks, as heard in famous Rap lyrics.

Now, Shells has hit Atlanta, Georgia. There, he made a video explaining the significance of the widespread metropolis. With him, he hangs signs of lyrics by Killer Mike, Andre 3000, Young Jeezy, Khujo Goodie (who, like Jay Z, gave an actual address), Jermaine Dupri, B.o.B., and even Canibus.

Jay also explains why these signs are harder to hang than he’s used to, and why all the scavenger hunters should no longer (at his wishes) take these signs as momentos.

Spotted at Animal.

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