The owner of VIP Records said details on how artists can book studio time will be up on their social media pages soon.
A life-size replica of the famed VIP Records sign will be on view at this year’s ComplexCon, with Snoop Dogg making an appearance as well.
A sign that took decades to become one of Long Beach’s most iconic and historically significant landmarks was taken down early Thursday in less than six hours.
If you haven’t stopped by to check out—and take a selfie with—one of Long Beach’s historic landmarks you may want to head over to World Famous VIP Records soon before its well-known sign is scheduled to be removed before the end of the week.
World Famous VIP Records founder Kelvin Anderson, Sr. took a major step forward in preserving its internationally-known hip-hop legacy by submitting an application at City Hall to declare the iconic sign as a historic landmark.
VIP Records is petitioning to preserve its iconic sign as a historical landmark and open the World-Famous VIP Museum and Creative Arts and Technology Center.
For the first time in decades, visitors to the strip mall at the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Martin Luther King Boulevard won’t experience the music and incense wafting out the door of the internationally famous music store VIP Records. VIP owner Kelvin Anderson has determined that his days as a record shop owner are done.