Jay Z Life and Times Vol 3

Iconic Hip Hop Albums in Google Maps Street View (Part 2)

While some may argue that the digital era has taken away from how consumers view albums, it has definitely allowed us to reinvigorate the art form.

While some may argue that the digital era has taken away from how consumers view albums, it has definitely allowed us to reinvigorate the art form. Back in April, we embarked on a journey to discover where some of our favorite hip hop album covers were shot using Google Maps. After reading through your numerous suggestions, we spent the past few months digging for more gems. Upgrade that knowledge by checking out our latest edition of Iconic Hip Hop Albums in Google Street View below

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Jay Z Life and Times Vol 3

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  • this is tight !!!!

  • Thanks for checking it out!

  • photoman74

    Why is the Fabolous image pointed more towards the Manhattan Bridge?? This is really awesome though.

  • Michael Manix Ruby

    Marshall’s house is still visible in Street View. I was just on it last nite.

  • Michael Manix Ruby

    It’s just 8 Mile not the 8 Mile. And not so much culturally anymore.

  • vlaf

    You got the kool moe dee area wrong. that photoshoot was in harlem, sugar hill.

  • Jonny 2 Gnar

    Eminem’s “facts” are false lol

  • village idiot

    3rd bass is way off!

  • Ajani Jamal

    Lefrak City Aren’t Projects

  • Ajani Jamal

    U wrong

  • Tha Black Panther

    good stuff but first off it’s Lefrak not Lefak….N prodigy not from there he from Queensbridge (actually really he from LI), but neither is G-rap he from Corona

  • Ant Hill

    Prodigy is from LeFrak…Havoc is from QB.

  • youngjedifresh

    P def from Lefrak… but he also definitely from Hempstead LI