The Queens hip-hop legends Run-DMC are heading back to their hometown streets. Well, not quite, but there will be a symbolic renaming of a street corner in Hollis, CityRoom reports. The spot will be at the corner of 205th Street and Hollis Avenue and will be dubbed Run-DMC JMJ Way, with an extra special tribute to the late Jam Master Jay who was murdered in Queens at the age of 37. (Animal has a mock-up of what the tribute may look like!) With the Hollis Hip Hop Museum (housed in the former Hollis Famous Burger) just down two blocks away from the corner, could the area see a boom of visitors? Queens councilman Comrie hopes so, he told the site: “It is my sincere hope that this street renaming, combined with the museum, will help to economically revitalize this particular neighborhood as a potential tourism attraction." At least Run-DMC are finally getting their due, they were even inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year.