The Massive Map of Hip-Hop Monikers

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The Massive Map of Hip-Hop Monikers

This massive 60” x 40” wall map is our most comprehensive taxonomy of hip-hop nomenclatures yet, charting over 1000 figures in the rap game. Colorfully categorized and sorted by semantics, this notoriously B.I.G. (forgive us) print breaks down your MCs, your DJs, your Mastas, your Killas, your Masta Killas, and Markies both Biz- and -Mark. Note: Carefully checked, double-checked, and triple-checked to ensure we did not forget about Dre.

60" x 40"

See the menu below for finishing options, and note that framed and grommeted wall maps require an additional 3-4 business days of processing time. Free domestic shipping on all finishing options, and please note that the framed version of this print cannot be shipped internationally due to its size.

Using 100 lb. archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this poster is signed by the artists and produced on a state of the art wide-format digital offset press in the Navy Yard, Brooklyn.

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This massive 60” x 40” wall map is our most comprehensive taxonomy of hip-hop nomenclatures yet, charting over 1000 figures in the rap game. Colorfully categorized and sorted by semantics, this notoriously B.I.G. (forgive us) print breaks down your MCs, your DJs, your Mastas, your Killas, your Masta Killas, and Markies both Biz- and -Mark. Note: Carefully checked, double-checked, and triple-checked to ensure we did not forget about Dre.

60" x 40"

See the menu below for finishing options, and note that framed and grommeted wall maps require an additional 3-4 business days of processing time. Free domestic shipping on all finishing options, and please note that the framed version of this print cannot be shipped internationally due to its size.

Using 100 lb. archival stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, this poster is signed by the artists and produced on a state of the art wide-format digital offset press in the Navy Yard, Brooklyn.