Last weekend Atlanta’s Trap Music Museum (TMM) unveiled its newest art exhibition, Pluto: Astronaut Status. Inspired by Grammy award-winning American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Future, the exhibit embodies a futuristic theme. The new demonstration allowed visitors to get an out-of-this-world experience.
We hoped to captivate audience members with the same creativity and artistic style as Future. We are proud to introduce this new display and bring Future into the Trap Music Culture experience,” said James Miller, Marketing Director of the Trap Music Museum.
Created by T.I. in 2018, the Trap Music Museum is an interactive experience that uses art to showcase the rich culture of trap music. The museum pays homage to the greatest musical icons in history and today’s biggest trap stars. In addition to several interactive rooms, the Trap Museum provides a platform for emerging artists and painters to showcase their work every month.
“We at Trap Music Museum, want to really embody Future and his music catalog. I am happy that we were able to reveal the new exhibit on his birthday,” said Krystal Garner, General Manager of the Trap Museum.
Pluto which planet was recently recategorized as a star, is unique to say the least. The Jumpman rapper is arguably one of the most talented visionaries of this century. The musical icon has produced hit records such as; “Turn On the Lights,” “Move That Dope,” “Fuck Up Some Commas,” “Where Ya At,” “Low Life” and “Mask Off.”
For more information about the Trap Music Museum or to purchase tickets, visit https://trapmusicmuseum.us.
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