12.12.08 by Jeff

Lego Hip Hop Album Covers!

This is amazing. FormatMag has re-created 20 classic hip hop album covers outta Lego! Love the EPMD cover, the simpler the better.

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lego hip hop album covers

lego hip hop album covers

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lego hip hop album covers

lego hip hop album covers

See all 20 and the original covers here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Common and The Chronic are my favourites

  • haha great find.

    common easily my favourite

  • Steve F

    Hahaha. That was hilarious.

  • Shinead

    hahahha! fantastic! Common and outkast are the best!

  • Very humorous. Lego takes the world by storm!

  • hilarious! great find!

  • i eally dig this, i nevr saw nothin like this before.

  • The Game one is HILARIOUS!!!

    Just look how hard he looks, no lego man can really look that hard.

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  • HaHaHA! fUNNY!!!

  • Gerald Chinyamunzore

    No doubt the Game cover is deep, a red eye, nasty look and the dudde has no pants and the tyres are true Lego-style. Am still laughiing as i txt…

  • Slyque

    game is the best it realllyyyy cracked me up
    Common is tight as well…u guys have some skills…why dont u try 50 Cent, T.I and beyonce ild really love to see those ones





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