Hip Hop Summer Series 90’s Edition @ Hat City Kitchen Monday, July 25th 8-11pm
This event is something for us to have fun! This summer I wanted to throw a series of parties that were all about having a good time.
Everyone is always asking if there is hip hop at Hat City Kitchen, the home to jazz, and blues. I am hoping that this can appeal that crowd as well as bring everyone together to have fun! For the second one in July, the theme is 90’s! DJ Anotn3z who brought the tunes to the Valley Gala in January, will play tunes from the two rappers as well as recent hits, and favorite oldies. $5 cover at the door, you can also enjoy extended Happy Hour specials from 8-11pm. Can not wait to have a good time with all of you! See you Monday, June
DJ Anotn3z who brought the tunes to the Valley Gala in January, will play tunes from one of the most influential decades in hip-hop, as well as recent hits, and favorite oldies.
$5 cover at the door, you can also enjoy extended Happy Hour specials from 8-11pm. Can not wait to have a good time with all of you! See you Monday, July 25 2016. 8-11pm at Hat City Kitchen, 459 Valley Street Orange, New Jersey 07050 in the Valley Arts District!
Watch recap from last month’s event here:
Hooray for Hip-Hop!
As Monday’s event approaches, I want this to be more than a party. Let us reminisce about the impact it has had in your life. The first CD I ever bought with my own money, was The Blueprint. I still remember the moment I heard In Da Club for the first time. Funkmaster Flex must’ve played it 100 times. My twin sister and I would spend countless hours listening to Hot 97, we would make mixed tapes. Before mp3, we would wait for our favorite songs to come on the radio and record them.
We lived for host/journalist Angie Martinez interviews, which solidified her as “the voice of the city”. Her presence in the culture and her work ethic has been a huge inspiration to us. We now, both work in media. At a young age, we saw that this was a sort of a golden age, still referenced today. Listen to some of those iconic artists Monday!
Hip-Hop changed my life and saved countless others. I am hoping we can change that by connecting with our community for a celebration!
P.S. All Hip-Hop events don’t attract violence.