By Amanda Wicks
In honor of Jay Z’s debut album Reasonable Doubt turning 20, the rap mogul will be offering up special merchandise related to that history-making project.
Roc-A-Fella co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke will host the Los Angeles pop-up shop, which opens June 25 from 12p.m. to 7p.m, according to Complex.
Fans will get to walk down memory lane. Literally. The event space will be remodeled to look like Jay’s apartment at the time of Reasonable Doubt‘s release. Not only will fans be able to see memorabilia related to the album, but they’ll also get to see rare pictures of Jay from that time.
In conjunction with premium denim company Fourth of November, the pop-up shop will sell limited edition t-shirts, caps, posters and more. Jay apparently had a hand in the design.
The pop-up shop is reportedly staying open through July. No word yet if Jay will bring his brand to other cities, but since most other hip-hop artists and pop-stars have done multi-city pop-up shops it seems more than likely he will.