Rapper Jay-Z’s iconic “Off White Lexus GS 300” is on display at The Book of HOV, a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library.
The Book Of HOV is a tribute to Jay-Z’s global impact as a musician, entrepreneur, philanthropist and disruptor.
The exhibit of Jay-Z’s “Off White Lexus GS 300” has attracted over 255,000 visitors since it opened on July 14.
Jay-Z’s 1993 Lexus will be on display for the remainder of The Book of HOV exhibit, which runs through December.
Roc Nation, an entertainment company founded and chaired by Shawn Carter (Jay-Z), and Lexus has presented the rapper’s off-white 1993 Lexus GS 300 at The Book Of HOV, a new exhibit at Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Location.
Exhibited alongside the Central Library on Eastern Parkway, the Lexus is the first of artifacts that will be added to The Book Of HOV — which is a tribute to JAY-Z’s global impact as a musician, entrepreneur, philanthropist and disruptor.
The iconic off white Lexus GS 300 was first featured in JAY-Z’s iconic “Dead Presidents” visual in the Nineties, and then in the lyrics of “Can I Live” and the #1 hit, “Empire State Of Mind.”
“We’re excited to partner with Lexus to bring JAY-Z’s iconic ‘Off-White Lexus’ to The Book of HOV. The new installation adds another element of JAY-Z’s career to the exhibit that visitors can enjoy,” states Desiree Perez, CEO, Roc Nation.
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“The response to The Book Of HOV has been overwhelming, so we’re excited to extend the exhibit to December to ensure new and returning attendees can have enough opportunities to fully immerse themselves into the experience.”
The exhibit of Jay-Z’s off-white Lexus has attracted over 255,000 visitors since it opened on July 14, which is close to four times the number over the same time in 2022. Jay-Z’s 1993 Lexus GS 300 will be on display for the remainder of The Book of HOV exhibit, which runs through December.
“In further celebration of the 50th anniversary of hip hop, we are thrilled to partner with Roc Nation in this special tribute to JAY-Z’s musical legacy,” says Mia Phillips, senior manager, Lexus Advertising & Media.
“The vehicle display is recognition of the mutual respect and admiration between Lexus and JAY-Z, whose brilliance and contributions to culture extend far beyond hip-hop.”