Jay Z's iconic debut album Reasonable Doubt was released 20 years ago and to celebrate, Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem Biggs Burker set up a pop-up shop in LA over the summer, which included an art exhibition which was modeled after Jay's apartment in Brooklyn. But now, the shop is coming to New York this weekend.

From October 20 to 23, the pop-up shop will take over 347 West Broadway (between Grand and Broome Street) and feature a recreation of Studio B Control Room where the album was made, featuring the room's original recording equipment. You can also buy a ton of merch.