Renaissance Art/Rapper Mashup

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

In the past I’ve showcased Scorpion Dagger’s Renaissance era GIFs. This takes the classical art mash-up one step further with hilarious results. B4 XVI (Before Sixteen) explores the often overlooked visual and cultural similarities between hip hop poseurs and medieval aristocrats. Hey it’s all got to be referenced from somewhere, right? One from the deep and dark vaults of the internet.

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

Dank memes plundered from the Renaissance LOL

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

B4-XVI: Why Renaissance Art and Rappers Are Cut From The Same Cloth

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