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New York city renames streets to Wu-Tang Clan, Notorious B. I. G. and Woody Guthrie

The American city of New York is some of the streets have a new name, and some of his most famous muzieksterren honor. Released Wu-Tang Clan, rapper The Notorious B. I. G. and folk singer Woody Guthrie will be at the centre of The Big Apple appear. That report different American muziekmagazines on their website.

The proposal to the streets to rebaptism, was in the New York City Council unanimously approved. Mayor Bill de Blasio still needs to agree with the name changes.

According to this proposal, the legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie (1912-1967), a private street in the borough of Brooklyn. The Woody Guthrie Way will along Mermaid Avenue on Coney Island walk. The street is located in the place where the writer and singer of the folkklassieker “This Land Is Your Land” in the forties, lived.

Also in Brooklyn, also a Christopher Wallace Way. Thus, reference is made to the real name of the rapper world-wide fame gained as The Notorious B. I. G. or Biggie Smalls. The street is located on the block where the in 1997, shot rapper – known songs like “Hypnotize” and “Mo Money Mo Problems” – grew up.

In Staten Island will be the intersection of Vanderbilt Avenue and Targee Street be renamed to Wu-Tang Clan District. The released Wu-Tang Clan, known from the song “Gravel Pit”, was, after all, coming from New York city.

It is not unique that hiphoppers in this way, will officially be honored in the city of New York. In 2013, Palmetto Park in Brooklyn has already been renamed to Adam Yauch Park, in honor of a deceased Beastie Boys member.

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