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One of the hottest attractions on the Westside is T.I.’s Trap Music Museum located on English Avenue’s Travis Street, Atlanta Georgia, in “the Bluff.” The Trap Music Museum presented World Trap Day on Friday, August 14th. The event was filled with motivational, encouraging, and powerful statements about the importance of self-expression, voting, and making black voices heard. New pieces were unveiled, including all-around artist Rich Bizarre’s prison reform art piece. New York native Rich Bizarre has mastered almost every art form, from graphic design to creative directing to visual art. His artistic skills can be seen in the Trap Music Museum, Spelman College, MTV, and many more.

He is known for his striking and vivid art pieces that showcase a unique meaning to the word Dope, “Bizarre is Dope” as he likes to say. However, on August 14th Bizarre took a stand and made an impact with his prison reform art piece. The piece displays his and the world’s exasperations since the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and Ahmaud Arbery.

With so much uncertainty of who to trust and questioning of safety in the black community, Rich Bizarre’s conspicuous art piece makes a needed statement and brings awareness to BLACK LIVES MATTER, BLACK VOICES MATTER, BLACK HISTORY MATTERS.

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