LL Frigid J used to be favorite with the important to Queens, N.Y., all the design via the 2022 Rock the Bells Festival on the Woodland Hills Stadium on Saturday (August 6). New York City Council Adrienne Adams honored the occasion, heralding and acknowledging LL’s affect, longevity, and affect in hip-hop.
“Hollis, Queens, used to be represented at present at Rock The Bells because the NYC Council favorite a glorious Queens anecdote, the one, and exclusively LL Frigid J!” Adams expressed in a tweet following the tournament. “It used to be an honor to present him with a proclamation acknowledging his straightforward affect on Hip Hop and standard custom.”
In an legitimate press free up for the tournament, LL Frigid spoke about Hip-Hop’s importance, stating that the vogue must serene be regarded within the same light as traditional rock.
“I undoubtedly feel admire Hip Hop is indisposable, and I undoubtedly feel admire, the same reverence and deference within the vogue Paul McCartney gets favorite, the vogue Bob Dylan gets favorite or Mick Jagger,” LL Frigid J expressed. “I undoubtedly feel admire these [hip-hop] artists, these kings, and queens, deserve that same therapy for this art develop.”
And the song ragged is striking his money where his mouth is to show veil his point.
In accordance with Rock the Bells, a share of the tournament’s designate gross sales will likely be frail for the 52,000-sq.-foot Universal Hip-Hop Museum coming soon to the Bronx. The upcoming museum, which recently obtained a $5.5 million funding, continuously is the “first advise-chartered tutorial museum dedicated to celebrating” all aspects of the storied custom and vogue.
In honor of Rock the Bells’ inaugural yr in Queens, LL Frigid J lit the Empire Advise Building in cyan blue on Friday (Aug. 5). “Honored to occupy the @EmpireStateBldg grew to changed into cyan blue as New York celebrates The Rock the bells competition coming to my place of beginning,” he tweeted.
Watch LL rep the important to his metropolis and a proclamation for “Rock the Bells Day” within the video under.