Miami Pop Up Acknowledges Local Greats
T.I.’s Trap Museum is paying homage to Miami stars Rick Ross and the City Girls this month in their home city. The Little Trap House pop-up will be in Miami’s Overton section and will have multiple exhibits over a six month period.
Tip first founded the Trap Museum in an effort to appropriately celebrate the history of Trap Music. The museum has done pop-ups for two years and now looks to honor the artists from the 305.
The first exhibit from the Little Trap House features the Rozay and the City Girls. Other Miami legends will be honored in the exhibit including Uncle Luke, Trina and Trick Daddy.
Rick Ross has done a great deal since his start in 2000 between is music and independent business ventures. Ross has dropped 10 studio albums and has been featured in the popular Verzuz series as well. He is credited as the founder of Maybach Music Group and has partnerships with companies like Wing Stop.
The City Girls have been repping for Miami with their music since 2017 and have been some of the hottest artists in the Trap scene in that time span. The duo of JT and Young Miami have made chart making hits like “Twerk” and “Act Up” leading nominations for the Billboard Music Awards and the BET Awards.
The exhibits at the Little Trap House will feature art that captures the energy and culture of music from both Ross and the City Girls. From the January 14 to 18 visitors will also be able to participate in theme based activities centered around MLK Day.
Although there are normally more interactive exhibits, the pop-up is limiting them due to the pandemic. To limit the spread of COVID. visits will be limited to groups of 5-10 and people will have to take a temperature check before entry.
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