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Black Music Month Memorabilia: Tupac, Snoop Dogg, Jimi Hendrix & Other Collectibles to Shop

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The Black Music Month celebration continues! Billboard is celebrating the month-long event, which honors the contributions of Black artists in music, by highlighting a collection of memorabilia to shop from artists such as Tupac, Snoop Dogg, Jimi Hendrix, Notorious B.I.G. and Bob Marley.

 

Billboard teamed back up with talkshoplive to share a roundup of collectibles to shop starting on Friday (June 27). Billboard’s Tetris Kelly and Cat Johnson dropped by the historic Guitar Center location on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles to give fans a first-hand look at some of the memorabilia at a budget-friendly price.  

What’s on the shop list for Black Music Month? From Tupac and Snoop Dogg Funko figurines to apparel and music books, the collection has a mix of cool products for fans to buy.

A poster of Tupac in a prayer pose and a Funko version of the late rapper honoring his debut album 2Pacalypse Now are featured among the list of items. There’s also a jumbo Funko Pop! edition of Snoop Dogg from the “Drop It Likes It’s Hot” music video. Uncle Snoop’s Funko stands 10-inches tall – almost double the size of your average Funko Pop!

Hip-hop fans can grab coffee (or tea) in the Notorious B.I.G. ceramic mug featuring the “It was all a dream” lyric from Biggie’s “Juicy” single and a baby photo of the late rapper from his Ready to Die album.

And there’s even more to shop, like this mini-replica of the Jimi Hendrix Monterey Fender Stratocaster guitar, a Hendrix mural T-shirt, and a Bob Marley music book that teaches you how to play “No Woman, No Cry” “Could You Be Loved” and other Marley songs on a Ukulele.

Check out the video above to shop Billboard’s picks for Black Music Month.

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