Some childen playing on the streets of New York, many years ago, with the Manhattan Bridge off in the distance. Please tell me who took this photo so that I can give proper credit.
Courtesy of iamdiddy.
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Tagged bad boy, bad boy records, bedford-stuyvesant, biggie smalls, brooklyn, christopher wallace, harlem, manhattan, sean combs, the black frank white, the notorious b.i.g.
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LL Cool J with his boom box on a park bench, presumably somewhere in NYC.
Lower East Side, 1942, by Charles Cushman.
Bill Murray in Times Square, 1979, by Shepard Sherbell.
Shit is mad real on the streets.
$50 million in dope. $2 million in cash. Niggas don’t play. Via the NY Post.
New music by The Sunset Kid. Produced by Stradivarius.
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New York City, 1950s, by Vivian Maier.
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Tagged 1950s, fire hydrant, johnny pump, new york city, nyc, summer, summer in new york city, vivian maier, water