Monday, February 23, 2009

Biggie Tribute Night + Metromix at HHK

Ryan Muir for

Big thanks to all who came out to the latest and greatest of Hip Hop Karaoke last Friday. The place was mobbed, drinks were flowing and performances were, as always, top notch. Special thanks to all the newbies who just discovered their new favorite NYC event.

While our specially-trained army of chimpanzees laboriously develop our in-house photos, the good people of Metromix stopped by to take some shots of last week's festivities. Check it:'s Hip Hop Karaoke Gallery

We're also happy to announce Friday, March 13 as the date for the 3rd Annual Biggie Tribute night. Details are coming but anyone who's been to the last two knows not to miss out on, oh, hell just watch this:


Blogger scooter said...

Great Pics! and Yes, last Friday was bananas from the first to last performance...well we'll forget about the number 2 was crazy energy and great performances. I look forward to the newbies becoming regulars and rippin' it on the 13th...BIGGIE NIGHT is CRAZY!!! period.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The number 2 slot was notable mostly for how incredibly professionally the HHK crew handled it.

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

can someone refresh my memory on the number 2 slot?

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


if someone is gonna do Mo Money Mo Problems next month, lemme hook up the chorus. holla at your girl...

2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


If by professional you mean I didn't bumrush the stage and sleeperhold him, thank you.

2:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damali: #2 was dude who a) wanted to freestyle and b) said "where's the bouncing ball and shit?!"

Other Guy: certainly, I was referring to your impressive display restraint. Also, Digs and Wex's smooth, supple Shaolin-like style in absorbing the aggression, not adding to it, and gently but firmly getting his ig'nant ass off the stage.

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come to think of it, the masterstroke was giving the guy a second chance. After that, he couldn't complain.

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What are you guys talkin' about. . . his performance of "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See" was virually flawless. He truly captured the essense of Busta Rhymes, and he was spot-on with his impersonation. When he had the dancers come out on stage (a la "Coming to America") I almost lost it. One of the best performances ever.

Wait. . . what. . .

Scheme. . .scheme. . . plot. . .plot!
I'm coming for that Number 2 Spot!!!

4:58 PM  

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