Legends come out for Bronx hip-hop museum’s ground-breaking ceremony

Musical luminaries including Nas, LL Cool J and Fat Joe came out Thursday to the birthplace of hip-hop for a ground-breaking ceremony to launch the capital campaign for the new Universal Hip Hop Museum.

They joined a slew of politicians in the Bronx, where the now-global cultural force has its roots.

“Hip-hop made me believe that anything was possible,” LL Cool J said. “This was, like, the first time where I felt like, ‘Wow, it’’s possible to be powerful. It’s possible to be somebody. It’s possible to have meaning in this world.’”

The museum is part of a $349 million mixed-use project along the waterfront in the

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