Will Power Pays Homage to Hip-Hop Culture in Chilltown

For various months starting in late May possibly, Will Ability brought his large love of hip-hop and splendid techniques to the 150-foot tunnel alongside New York and Ravine Avenues in Jersey Heights. Performing in collaboration with observed hip-hop documentarians Ernie Paniccioli, T. Eric Monroe and David Corio, Will painted a momentous mural spending homage to 45 hip-hop icons and to the photographers who so brilliantly documented them.

Captured previously mentioned at the entry to the Hip-Hop Tunnel is the late famous Tupac Shakur — primarily based on a photograph by T. Eric Monroe. Numerous close-ups from inside the tunnel abide by:

Snoop Dogg, closer up first photo, the late Chi Modu 

The late Big L original photo: T. Eric Monroe

Slick Rick unique image, Ernie Paniccioli

Lauryn Hill first picture, Ernie Paniccioli

Large Daddy Kane primary photo, David Corio

Rakimoriginal picture, David Corio

Sponsored by the Jersey City Mural Arts Program, the massively amazing mural — viewed by 1000’s every day as they journey in and out of Jersey Heights — is a breathtaking tribute to hip-hop culture.

Photos by Lois Stavsky


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