Our concert series continues this Thursday with a guest vinyl set as well as production set from Los Angeles’ own Scoop Deville.
If you have never heard of Scoop, I am sure you have heard Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice” or “The Recipe” which he produced both. My favorite joint of his is hands down Fat Joe’s “(Ha Ha) Slow Down” which is just a musical feast. Most relative to Houston of course is the Paul Wall produced track “Swangin in the Rain“.
March 22nd was a very sad day in hip hop. Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest passed away and the world was in shock. Everyone from CNN to Sports Center paid tribute to the Five Foot Assasin in their own way, and we did it in the only way we know how…by playing vinyl in his name.
Peep the video below shot by Danny Ocean and check us out every Thursday at Alley Kat.
“Each and every Third Saturday of the Month we bring you GRANDE, a celebration of good music with good people. This month we are doing even bigger. We’ve added FREE Stella Artois BEER from 9-11 To Go along with our open vodka bar. As usual the Resident selectas D.j. BigReeks (The Waxaholics) and DJ Candlestick(The Chop Stars) bringing you the best of old school, new joints, hip-hop, r&b, and reggae.
Vodka OPEN BAR from 9pm to 10pm!
Free Budweiser from 9pm – 11pm!
GET THERE EARLY!”
Hosted by Rob Jay, Christian Pope, Ozzie Esco, and Yves Ozoude.
It was a pleasure deejaying for @microsoft at their Youth Spark event. Hundreds of kids showed up to learn about being entrepreneurs, coding, and the importance of STEM. Dr. Bernard Harris also delivered an amazing and encouraging speech about his career as an astronaut with NASA and becoming a flight surgeon. He answered about a hundred questions and had great stories about his time in space and if we are alone in this universe.