House Party Goes Down Every Thursday at Webster Hall with Just Blaze, Vashtie, and Friends!



HOUSE PARTY with JUST BLAZE + Vashtie + Electric Punanny + Brick Bandits! @ WEBSTER HALL

Ladies free all night, $15 for guys before midnight

All roads lead to Webster Hall for House Party, our Just Blaze-helmed weekly soiree, with DJ Soul and friends in the Grand Ballroom, Vashtie + Oscar + Huggy Bear taking us to 1992 in the Marlin Room, Jasmine Solano and Melo-X playing vintage reggae in the balcony lounge, DJ Sliink and Dirty South Joe supplying trap sounds in the Studio. It all goes down each and every Thursday, ladies always free.

Tonight Juicy J Returns to NYC, Still Never Sober, at Terminal 5


Tonight, Tuesday July 22nd, Juicy J makes a triumphant return to NYC to close out an extended leg of his highly successful Never Sober Tour. The former Three 6 Mafia general will headline the venerable Terminal 5 with Graft and Vinny Chase. Tickets still available!

Juicy J is currently working on a follow up, The Hustle Continues, to last year’s Stay Trippy LP. Juicy has made it a habit to rework summer smashes, including “No Flex Zone” and “Hot”. It’s safe to say Juicy J definitely knows what’s hot in the streets. In a recent interview with Time Out New York, Juicy J stated “Whatever I do, I’m gonna make it classic.” The Memphis hip hop icon solidified his mainstream status earlier this year with his massive hit with pop queen Katy Perry, “Dark Horse”.

Watch Juicy J’s new video for “Scholarship” featuring A$AP Rocky below:

If you’ve seen Juicy live before, you know his shows are packed wall to wall with crazy turnt up energy. If you haven’t yet, we recommend you cop those tickets asap.

Bobby Shmurda Signs to Epic Records, Performs at House Party NYC


It’s safe to say that the Shmoney Dance has gone from internet meme sensation to an explosive real life movement for Brooklyn rapper, Bobby Shmurda. The rising New York star appeared at Webster Hall’s House Party, the city’s biggest hip-hop party, last night to celebrate his signing to Epic Records. The energy was through the roof as Shmurda performed his viral hits “Hot”, and “Shmoney Dance”, alongside fellow GS9 brother Rowdy Rebel in the Grand Ballroom with Just Blaze and DJ Soul.

Just in the last week, Bobby Shmurda has been shouted out by none other than King of BK Jay Z, brought onstage by Raekwon during the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, and even made an appearance on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club. This has all culminated in Shmurda signing to Epic Records last night, just hours before his House Party appearance. Watch the show below, houts to Real Talk NY for photo and video.

Ab-Soul Packs Out Webster Hall for 4Knots Afterparty


#ICYMI, TDE’s Ab-Soul headlined the Village Voice 4Knots Festival afterparty on Saturday at Webster Hall. The night featured opening acts YC the Cynic, XXL Freshman Jarren Benton, and a surprise appearance by none other than Mac Miller.

When Ab-Soul took the stage, the crowd was ripe with anticipation, and already in a “frenzy while he shouted ”I just might be in your hood.” He started the night off with cuts off of Control System like “Track Two,” followed by “Pineal Gland” and “Terrorist Threats.” Fresh off the release of his new album These Days…, Soulo began to cuts off his news projects beginning with the title track “These Days.” He was surprised when his buddy Mac Miller joined him on stage. Next was “Just Have Fun,” “Twact,” “Dub Sac” and ”Hunnid Stax” with Mac Miller.” Read more at XXL.

Junglepussy to Perform at House Party NYC w/ Vashtie on July 10th


Junglepussy, the hood glam internet phenom that seems to be on everyone’s lips these days, offers an exclusive performance at Webster Hall’s House Party this Thursday July 10th. The Brooklyn-born rapper will perform music from her debut album, Satisfaction Guaranteed, which premiered on Vice this month, in the 1992 room of House Party, alongside Downtown’s sweetheart, Vashtie, and the 1992 crew Oscar and Huggy Bear. Also featured at House Party this week are DJ Big Ben of the Heavy Hitters, who plays with Just Blaze and DJ Soul in the Grand Ballroom, and Swizzymack, who celebrates his “Bump” single release in the Bandits’ Basement.

Junglepussy hit the music scene hard last fall with her fierce look and smooth club bangers full of unapologetic rhymes, quotable lines, and trunk-rattling beats. The 21-year-old talent has since been dropping singles and collabs with other underground hip-hop luminaries like Tink and Mykki Blanco, even grabbing the attention of Erykah Badu.

After hosting a jam-packed and sexy performance by Tinashe last week, House Party goes for something a little edgier, a little nastier, this Thursday with Junglepussy.

House Party happens every Thursday night at Webster Hall. Ladies free, flat tops never pay.