"Thank you, Oakland," the hip-hop artist wrote on Instagram.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- A street in Oakland was dedicated to iconic Oakland hip-hop artist "Too $hort" on Saturday.
Mayor Libby Schaaf unveiled the sign "Too $hort Way" over one of the city's main streets, Foothill Boulevard.
VIDEO: Too $hort Way unveiled in Oakland
A ceremony followed at the rapper's former high school Fremont High School in Oakland.
Mayor Schaaf declared Dec. 10, 2022 as "Too $hort Day."
He was recognized for his contributions and legacy in the city's community.
Other hip-hop icons, Ice Cube and Mistah Fab attended the event.
"I love you big bro, Too Short. Conmackulations on your own street sign. Well deserved," wrote Bay Area rap legend E-40 on Instagram after the unveilling.
"Too Short is not only the first rapper from Oakland but also the most successful having put out relevant music across 5 decades. A graduate of Fremont High School," wrote Oakland city councilmember Noel Gallo on Twitter, who was also at the event.
After the ceremony, Too $hort wrote on Instagram: "Thank you, Oakland."
This celebration comes during the 35th anniversary of Too $hort's debut studio album, Born to Mack.
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