with Skeme Richards (Hot Peas & Butta), Cosmo Baker, Monk One (Wax Poetics) & Kamui (Hot Peas & Butta)
Sat January 19th, 2013
Minimum Age: 21+
Doors Open: 10:00PM
Show Time: 10:00PM
Event Ticket: $5/$10
Gents FREE w/ RSVP before 12AM @ firstname.lastname@example.org OR $10 without RSVP
Ladies FREE before 12AM/$5 After
This is a general admission event in The Gallery at LPR.
More Than Enough – The Elite Camp Holiday Party
More Than Enough is a classic NYC dance party that returns to the essence of what that really means, good music. From classic hip hop, house, and soul that resonates through the crowd to make them all sing, to bangers and remixes that make the party knock. No top 40 nonsense, strictly quality music spun by Djs who are true masters of their trade. Lead by The Elite Camp’s Unkle Chip, Dj SickRoc, and Kev Love, as well as a host of guest Djs from all over the country.
Hosted by Nemalesis and Elroy Jenkins. No dress code, no pretentious doormen. One of the last true dance parties in NYC.
Unkle Chip on Soundcloud
Sick Roc on Soundcloud
Kev Love on Soundcloud
Skeme Richards (Hot Peas & Butta)
Hailing from Philadelphia a city known for birthing internationally known DJ’s such as Jazzy Jeff, Cash Money, King Brit and Rich Medina, Skeme Richards has put in nearly 30 years of DJing, Producing and induldging within other aspects of Hip Hop culture. Diggin and spinning everything from Funk & Soul, Classics, Hip Hop, Breaks, House and all things funky he continuously strives to seperate himself from the pack while maintaining a first class status and satisfying his listeners at the same time. Since becoming a DJ for the world famous Rock Steady Crew, Skeme has had the opportunity to play events, parties and festivals worldwide and has mastered the art of keeping dance floors packed by setting the tone early and reading his crowd properly.
Skeme has shared turntable duties with some of the best in the industry including Maseo (De La Soul), Shortkut (Beat Junkies), Tony Touch, Bobbito, Rob Swift (The X-Ecutioners), DJ Nu-Mark (Jurassic 5), Pete Rock, DJ Premier, DJ Eclipse, J.Rocc (Beat Junkies), Miles (Breakestra), DJ Muro, DJ P-Trix, Greg Belson and other highly respected DJ’s.
In addition to being a globally known DJ, Skeme has also become recognized in the collectors market as a major collector of Black cinema memorabilia, film posters and other highly sought after items from personalities like Pam Grier, Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Issac Hayes, Julius ”Dr. J” Erving, Muhammad Ali and the legendary Bruce Lee. These pieces have recently introduced him to the gallery scene which many of his items have been on display for audiences to see.
Skeme Richards on Twitter
Skeme Richards on Facebook
Cosmo Baker is widely considered as one of the top party-rocking DJs on the planet. A master of everything from hip-hop to disco & funk to electronic music, his unique style and spinning prowess is able to bring it all together in a cohesive, and funky manner. This Philadelphia native cut his chops alongside contemporaries such as ?uestlove and Rich Medina, and when he relocated to Brooklyn in the early ’00s he helped found the internationally known DJ / remix collective The Rub. Now as a solo performer Cosmo is bringing his show to larger audiences around the globe. His knowledge of music is only matched with his uncanny ability to move the crowd. Cosmo is a rare breed of DJ that bridges the gap between the legendary DJs of yesterday and the superstar DJs of today.
Kamui (Hot Peas & Butta)
DJ Kamui Sumida has been spinning and collecting records for well over a decade. Kamui has shared the stage and opened for significant artists, including Talib Kweli, DJ Craze and DJ Krush. Originally hailing from Osaka, Japan, Kamui spent much of his musically-formative years in Seattle Washington, where he hooked up the Seattle record label/art crew known as Fourthcity. Collaborating with friends and fellow DJs Bumble Bee, Hideki Yamamoto, AbsoluteMadman, Introcut & Rei, a legendary weekly Tuesday night called Stop Biting was created – a collective party that has continued strong since its 2004 birth, still going down at the LoFi Performance Gallery in Seattle every Tuesday.
Kamui recently moved to Brooklyn, NY and has been avidly building up his prized collection of rare 45s and funk/soul records. Upon his relocation, he quickly linked up with likeminded collectors and DJs in New York and has rocked parties with pioneers Rich Medina and Q Tip at Santo’s Party House. When Sumida is spinning 45s from his treasured collection, his technical skill is obvious as he nimbly mixes and juggles rare gems and priceless records, never failing to engage any crowd. Kamui continues to steadily rock a variety of esteemed NYC parties, recently sharing the spotlight with the originator of the legendary Hot Peas & Butta party, Skeme Richards. Kamui continues to consistently deliver and receive the heart- and-soul of musical vivacity and quench the thirst to get down no matter the time and stage – and always with a distinguishable dynamism no doubt inspired by the universal groove.
Kamui on Soundcloud