Jay Z’s debut album recently turned 20 and to commemorate that accomplishment, Roc-A-Fella Co-Founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke has been bringing a one of a kind pop-up shop to cities around the country. After making its debut in L.A. during the 2016 BET Awards, Biggs brought it to New York City. To celebrate, Biggs stopped by Angie Martinez’s radio show on Power 105 to give stories about the process of making the iconic album, his stint in jail and his plans with his clothing line 4th of November.

Kyambo “Hip Hop” Joshua, Biggs little brother also stopped by the Rap Radar podcast to discuss getting his start with Roc-A-Fella at age 18 as Jay Z’s A&R and becoming one of the the hip hop industries biggest names.