Biggie Mural

New York City

A long-standing mural to neighborhood son Biggie Smalls (aka the Notorious B.I.G.) blazes from Quincy St in scarlet and gold. Fittingly for hip-hop royalty, Biggie gazes out regally wearing a crown.

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