Wagswoofs – December 4th may soon regain its title as “Jay-Z Day” in the vibrant city of New York.
Earlier this month, New York City officially recognized the birthday of the Brooklyn-born MC and mogul as its own special day.
He is widely recognized as a masterful MC and lyricist, as well as an innovative entrepreneur.
Jay-Z, a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and the creator of the famous quote, “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man,” made a significant impact on his hometown this summer. He hosted the groundbreaking “Book of HOV” exhibition at the Brooklyn Public Library, setting a new record in the process.
The library reported that the exhibition showcasing the artist’s entire career attracted a record-breaking number of visitors.
Limited-edition library cards, which are exclusively available at Brooklyn Public Library branches, have generated a great deal of interest among library patrons.
Following the introduction of the Jay-Z “The Book of Hov” exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library, over 4,000 individuals eagerly obtained library cards.
The exhibit came to a fitting end on December 4th, after running for almost five months.