Your favorite unapologetically Black function is back at WOW Philly celebrating Bobby Flowers’ earthstrong! Let’s raise a glass and shake @$$! $15 before Midnight with RSVP!

Friends N Fam

Summer is here, everyone! Get your fit right and make your way to Warehouse on Watts for Friends N Fam on July 15th! This time we’re bringing a rising star in the Philly DJ scene…from playing sets all over Philly to building her own party/brand Interna$hional Bounce…we have non other than NA$H coming through to bless the FNF decks! It’s going to be a night of Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Afrobeats, Funk, House, Disco, and everything in-between with Matthew Law & Na$h going back 2 back all night! Hosted by Elijah Rhea • Photos by ShotsFired • Doors open at 9:30pm As always, Friends N Fam and affiliated events are a safe space for ALL. We wish that all attendees enter with an open mind for each other AND the music. Spread Love. #TheThemeIsYou #FNFParty This is an 21+ event

Aime & Friends

Following the success of his latest EP “1804: L’Union Fait La Drill”, Philly wordsmith AIME hosts a night of music, art and friendship with some of his closest homies.

DJ Assault ~ Phreakwency ~ JEWELSSEA

**All shows 21+—valid ID required** Doors: 9:00 PM Show: 9:00 PM DJ AssaultDetroit’s own Booty Bass pioneer DJ Assault has had a large hand in bringing ghetto-tech, aka booty music, from the urban streets of Detroit to the suburban club circuit. The incorporation of electro beats with hardcore, sometimes pornographic lyrics, is what makes ghetto-house highly distinguishable from its other techno cousins. https://www.instagram.com/djassault1/Phreakwency Born in St. Louis, and raised in South Florida, Phreakwency seeks to offer East Coast clubs an authentic blend of midwest and southern sonics. Determined to strike a chord in the city, he made his debut across FM airwaves on WKDU Philadelphia 91.7 FM as the host of Dog Daze Radio, highlighting Black music and DJs from across the city leading to a residency at North Philadelphia record store, label, and streaming facility, Great Circles, hosting the show, Constructive Interference. Under the banner of the Bass Down Low party, he’s one of three DJs bringing Black electronic music to the forefront of the Philadelphia scene. One thing remains at the core of Phreakwency’s sound: bass, bass, and more bass. Blending the sounds of percussive trax from Chicago, hazy lo-fi crunk samples from Memphis, and the 808 bass culture of Miami, he crafts a sonic experience rooted in the spirit of Sankofa; taking elements from the past that are good and bringing them into the present to make progress in the future. Playing everything from ghetto house to jungle, Phreakwency provides a dancefloor experience you won’t find anywhere else in Philadelphia.https://www.instagram.com/phreakwency/JEWELSSEAJEWELSSEA is a rising star in electronic music, known for her genre-blending and boundary-pushing performances. Hailing from South Philadelphia, the 23-year-old has already made a significant impact on the local scene, co-organizing the groundbreaking ALT + ESC rave series to revive Philly’s underground rave culture. JEWELSSEA’s talent as a DJ and producer has earned her coveted spots at major festivals such as Adult Swim and Making Time, where she’s provided direct support for Overmono, Jamie XX, Tierra Whack, Zack Fox, TisaKorean, F1LTHY, and DJ SWISHA. With a diverse musical palette that spans across genres, JEWELSSEA’s electrifying performances and prolific writing and producing have earned her a dedicated following of fans who eagerly anticipate her next move. With her unwavering commitment to her craft and unique artistic vision, JEWELSSEA is poised for even greater heights in her career as a trailblazing DJ, producer, and tastemaker.https://www.instagram.com/jewelssea/

Joeyy Live On The NOD Tour

LYF And Friends Presents JOEYY Live on the NOD Tour w/ Marlon DuBois, Eera, Shed Theory & special guests.Joeyy is a rapper from Attleboro MA. He is associated with rap group Shed Theory. Joeyy went viral from his songs with phonk producer DJ Smokey and the collective Nuke Radio.


HIPS is celebrating 5 years of unapologetic blackness on Friday, June 30th with Bobby Flowers! In June 2018, HIPS was created to provide a safe space for everyone in the African Diaspora to let loose, love each other and create new memories. It’s a space for everyone to feel represented and seen. We couldn’t do this without you so we want to continue the celebration! $15 with RSVP before Midnight!21+ event Cambridge Hall (downstairs at Warehouse on Watts) 

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