Really enjoying the growth we’re experiencing with CAN I KICK IT? and last month was another solid look.
Props to everyone that attended; salute to Marvin for hosting, special shouts to our amazing bartender Alyssa, Madison Davenport PR, Som Records, and Palace 5ive , DSE Live – our media partners, and thanks to TC, Cherisse, and Duane for the promotional lift. Thanks also to Lyft – our transportation sponsor.
Stay tuned for our next CAN I KICK IT? which will be Tuesday June 23rd where we’ll be screening “Big Trouble in Little China.” For more recap pics click
I love a dope concept. I unfortunately don’t know the artist’s name but here’s the link where I found it.
Hope you guys can make it to our next hip-hop happy hour – HAPPY HOUR CUBED, where we’ll be celebrating the work of music and film icon Ice Cube. Oh yeah, its also Reggie’s Birthday Wed is going to be hectic! To RSVP click here.
The next installment in our Hip-Hop Happy Hour series sees us paying tribute to one of our favorite Wu-Tang and rap artists, period, GHOSTFACE KILLAH. This Wednesday July 2nd, at Lounge of 3 (1013 Ust St NW), 5pm-9pm, specialty cocktail “Camay,” DJ 2-Tone Jones will ONLY spin GHOSTFACE darts. To RSVP click here and to check out the other flyers and posters click Read the rest of this entry
Simply put, The Happy Hour is Dead – De La Soul Tribute was on point. Lots of friends and fam (more than we expected) came through to celebrate De La’s catalog, making Thursday look like a Saturday.
Shouts to all those that attended, thanks to Mo, Reggie, Gene, and Jeremy (1920 DC) for once again holding us down, Madison Davenport for the PR/marketing support, and all those that helped spread the word (Facebook, twitter, etc).
Our next happy hour will be in April and trust me when I tell you that we won’t disappoint.
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Felt good when I saw this. And for those that don’t know – click Run DMC (RIP Jam Master Jay)
The second installment of our happy hour series picked up where the first one left off and added to the momentum. Peace to everyone that came, Mo, Reg, Gene, and Jeremy (1920 DC) for again hosting, and be on the lookout for more, as 2-Tone and I will be doing these every two months.
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2-Tone and I had the idea of producing customized skits to help promote the happy hour based on the skits featured on some of Redman’s albums. Check out the first one above (created in the Low-Tone Lounge featuring DC area friends and fam) and be on the lookout for more.
And just in case you’re wondering, “Skeaser” is a combination of skit + teaser….
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