We can’t even believe it’s been 20 years since Biggie Smalls was murdered in Los Angeles. The Brooklyn grocery store that the young Christopher Wallace used to work at is honoring him today with what they call “Biggie Bags.”
Local artists Jed and Jennifer Heuer created the bags, and the first 100 customers will receive one with a purchase of groceries.
“This project is about paying respect to a legendary artist and sharing a piece of neighborhood history,” Jed told HipHopDX.
Met Food, where he worked, has since been replaced by Key Food. If you’re in the area, swing by 991 Fulton Street and get you a Biggie Bag. You have to buy groceries in order to get a bag.
Check out the bags here.