@fattonyrap

wow some of my finest spittin on this one right here

Brooklyn is where my niggas call home
The bitches thicker than Snickers
Elixers got me throwed
I’m on the Ave sippin Jack
Out the styrofoam
If the laws pass
I’ma dash and get gone
Got grown, left home for NY
Took a red eye and I ended up in Bed-Stuy
Slept on a few floors, did a few chores
Now I do more, never bored
Let me clarify
I Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in Bushwick
And I do smoke kush in Flatbush
At the top of my class, I sit
And I never been afraid of a textbook
Let’s look at a nigga straight from the Tré
Southside of the H, my birthplace
Just like King’s County, we done lost some greats
R.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCA
I’m on the MTA (public)
Rolling a J (fuck it)
I rode on the J
Then rode on the A
They say the Dutch
Settled this hoe in 1634
In 1898, it got annexed
And it meshed in with New York
No joke, it ain’t for a slowpoke
If you’re feeling rigor mortis
Moving like a tortoise
Better get up on a toilet
And make your shit float
Slide like a sailboat on Crisco
Like the Count of Monte Cristo
I’m feeling free, finna let my money tree grow
And I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.
When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.
I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no Thornberry
Hit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’s
And a berry juice, party on the roof
I invite you, you, you, and her too
What it do

“BKNY (Remix)" premiered today by Noisey! Produced by Tom Cruz + featuring Mr. MFN eXquire up first, MeLo-X second, me on third, and Cruz croonin’ to bring us home. http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-remix-to-fat-tonys-bkny-is-a-rapping-clinic ~ ~ Photo: Jessica Lehrman ~ ~[Fat Tony]Brooklyn is where my niggas call homeThe bitches thicker than SnickersElixers got me throwedI’m on the Ave sippin JackOut the styrofoamIf the laws passI’ma dash and get goneGot grown, left home for NYTook a red eye and I ended up in Bed-StuySlept on a few floors, did a few choresNow I do more, never boredLet me clarifyI Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in BushwickAnd I do smoke kush in FlatbushAt the top of my class, I sitAnd I never been afraid of a textbookLet’s look at a nigga straight from the TréSouthside of the H, my birthplaceJust like King’s County, we done lost some greatsR.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCAI’m on the MTA (public)Rolling a J (fuck it)I rode on the JThen rode on the AThey say the DutchSettled this hoe in 1634In 1898, it got annexedAnd it meshed in with New YorkNo joke, it ain’t for a slowpokeIf you’re feeling rigor mortisMoving like a tortoiseBetter get up on a toiletAnd make your shit floatSlide like a sailboat on CriscoLike the Count of Monte CristoI’m feeling free, finna let my money tree growAnd I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no ThornberryHit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’sAnd a berry juice, party on the roofI invite you, you, you, and her tooWhat it do
“BKNY (Remix)" premiered today by Noisey! Produced by Tom Cruz + featuring Mr. MFN eXquire up first, MeLo-X second, me on third, and Cruz croonin’ to bring us home. http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-remix-to-fat-tonys-bkny-is-a-rapping-clinic ~ ~ Photo: Jessica Lehrman ~ ~[Fat Tony]Brooklyn is where my niggas call homeThe bitches thicker than SnickersElixers got me throwedI’m on the Ave sippin JackOut the styrofoamIf the laws passI’ma dash and get goneGot grown, left home for NYTook a red eye and I ended up in Bed-StuySlept on a few floors, did a few choresNow I do more, never boredLet me clarifyI Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in BushwickAnd I do smoke kush in FlatbushAt the top of my class, I sitAnd I never been afraid of a textbookLet’s look at a nigga straight from the TréSouthside of the H, my birthplaceJust like King’s County, we done lost some greatsR.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCAI’m on the MTA (public)Rolling a J (fuck it)I rode on the JThen rode on the AThey say the DutchSettled this hoe in 1634In 1898, it got annexedAnd it meshed in with New YorkNo joke, it ain’t for a slowpokeIf you’re feeling rigor mortisMoving like a tortoiseBetter get up on a toiletAnd make your shit floatSlide like a sailboat on CriscoLike the Count of Monte CristoI’m feeling free, finna let my money tree growAnd I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no ThornberryHit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’sAnd a berry juice, party on the roofI invite you, you, you, and her tooWhat it do

BKNY (Remix)" premiered today by Noisey! Produced by Tom Cruz + featuring Mr. MFN eXquire up first, MeLo-X second, me on third, and Cruz croonin’ to bring us home.

http://noisey.vice.com/blog/the-remix-to-fat-tonys-bkny-is-a-rapping-clinic

~ ~ Photo: Jessica Lehrman ~ ~

[Fat Tony]
Brooklyn is where my niggas call home
The bitches thicker than Snickers
Elixers got me throwed
I’m on the Ave sippin Jack
Out the styrofoam
If the laws pass
I’ma dash and get gone
Got grown, left home for NY
Took a red eye and I ended up in Bed-Stuy
Slept on a few floors, did a few chores
Now I do more, never bored
Let me clarify
I Rap-A-Lot for the Bills in Bushwick
And I do smoke kush in Flatbush
At the top of my class, I sit
And I never been afraid of a textbook
Let’s look at a nigga straight from the Tré
Southside of the H, my birthplace
Just like King’s County, we done lost some greats
R.I.P. [Fat] Pat and MCA
I’m on the MTA (public)
Rolling a J (fuck it)
I rode on the J
Then rode on the A
They say the Dutch
Settled this hoe in 1634
In 1898, it got annexed
And it meshed in with New York
No joke, it ain’t for a slowpoke
If you’re feeling rigor mortis
Moving like a tortoise
Better get up on a toilet
And make your shit float
Slide like a sailboat on Crisco
Like the Count of Monte Cristo
I’m feeling free, finna let my money tree grow
And I sho ain’t tryna see no C.O.
When I’m in BK don’t tell my P.O.
I’m a Wild boy, but I ain’t no Thornberry
Hit the bodega for 4 [Garcia y] Vega’s
And a berry juice, party on the roof
I invite you, you, you, and her too
What it do

Chippy Nonstop & DARK SiSTER in the cut, that’s a scary sight.
Chippy Nonstop & DARK SiSTER in the cut, that’s a scary sight.

Chippy Nonstop & DARK SiSTER in the cut, that’s a scary sight.

This young man @AlexNinoOrlando got the “BKNY” melody down pat!
 

live at Glasslands // last night of tour with Cadence Weapon & DJ Tim “Co-Op” Hoover


Noisey threw a party at the Flat on Tuesday to premiere Fat Tony's new video, and it was a very intense hoot. If you weren’t there, then you probably can’t fathom the hoots that were had at this hip hop soiree. Life or Death asked Noisey if we were into the idea of throwing a party, and then Fat Tony, Gabby Shaw, and I contacted the other great new rappers (who aren’t currently on tour) and got all of them to come DJ and rap a little at our shindig.I played the first DJ set of the night so as to spare anyone else the embarrassment of doing that. I played a lot of older, friendly rap songs like Just-Ice, Jungle Brothers, Del, Top Billing, and stuff like that. After playing “Oodles of O’s” off De La Soul is Dead, Fat Tony and I had a good chat about the dearness of that record to both of us. I guess most people like that record, but oh, what a record. Tom Cruz pointed out that it was the anniversary of ODB’s death, so I played his cover of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” and “Got Your Money.” By the time I was done with my opening set, people had shown up, including the next DJs, so I relinquished the DJ throne to Lakutis. Lakutis is a funny guy who had some ugly new gold teeth covers, which he kept showing off proudly while he DJed using an iPad in a chunky pink rubber case. At one point, he played one of the songs he’d sampled for his song “Ja Rule,” and I just sang his lyrics over it into the mike. Looking back, that was kind of obnoxious. By the time Lakutis had finished his set the club was packed and Kitty Pryde took over the DJ responsibilities with Hot Sugar in tow. It was her first attempt at DJing and she did a pretty great job. I was watching her and I could tell from her laughing that she was making mistakes, but somehow, they all worked. She paused the music by accident, but it felt intentional. Later, she started a song too slow and sped it up while it was playing, and that also seemed totally intentional. Kitty was followed by Fat Tony and Tom Cruz. Tom played all kids of rap, while Tony MCed. Around this point, the sea of people started to churn and move around a lot. People were dancing with their arms up and pointing at stuff. Tom took requests and played some reggaeton at one guy’s request. He also found some dude’s phone. What a nice DJ! Tony would yell over the music in classic rap style, and then we premiered his video. I yelled at everyone to shut up and then they watched this long video with guest appearances by all sorts of neat people who were in attendance at the party. People clapped and went really crazy, because Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire had shown up with DJ Sicksentz, and they gave a classic performance. SickSentz wore this crazy mask the whole time he was in the club. It was on from the moment he got there, while he was Djing and while he was just hanging out afterwards. That’s dedication. eXquire got the crowd moving and yelled awesome raps from the booth. I cannot overstate how electric the room was at this point. People were shaking their dreads and losing their minds in a very posi way. He kept people freaking right until it was time for Nasty Nigel from Children of the Night.I showed Nigel how to DJ a few months back, and he’s turned into a pretty good DJ. He played good stuff and rapped while DJing. Also, he uses a teeny tiny laptop plugged into Serato, and I think that is cute. He was followed by Cities Aviv, who just premiered a new record, and his girlfriend Tiffany, from Dark Sister. They played some rap and some dark stuff. It was real good. I played the final set of the night and put on various weird songs, and then I played my favorite songs of the people who DJed with me that night. Taking turns with Nasty Nigel rapping over COTN’s “Ilyas” and eXquire’s “Huzzuh” was pretty great. The party had to end eventually, and we ended it playing Fat Tony’s “Nigga You Ain’t Fat.” Then, there was a lot of hugging and the night was over, but we will always remember the magical evening of music, booze, and love. Take a look at my photos of the evening to try to see how good it was. - @nicholasgazin

(via NOISEY: We Hosted the Best Rap Party Ever on Tuesday)

Noisey threw a party at the Flat on Tuesday to premiere Fat Tony's new video, and it was a very intense hoot. If you weren’t there, then you probably can’t fathom the hoots that were had at this hip hop soiree. Life or Death asked Noisey if we were into the idea of throwing a party, and then Fat Tony, Gabby Shaw, and I contacted the other great new rappers (who aren’t currently on tour) and got all of them to come DJ and rap a little at our shindig.I played the first DJ set of the night so as to spare anyone else the embarrassment of doing that. I played a lot of older, friendly rap songs like Just-Ice, Jungle Brothers, Del, Top Billing, and stuff like that. After playing “Oodles of O’s” off De La Soul is Dead, Fat Tony and I had a good chat about the dearness of that record to both of us. I guess most people like that record, but oh, what a record. Tom Cruz pointed out that it was the anniversary of ODB’s death, so I played his cover of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” and “Got Your Money.” By the time I was done with my opening set, people had shown up, including the next DJs, so I relinquished the DJ throne to Lakutis. Lakutis is a funny guy who had some ugly new gold teeth covers, which he kept showing off proudly while he DJed using an iPad in a chunky pink rubber case. At one point, he played one of the songs he’d sampled for his song “Ja Rule,” and I just sang his lyrics over it into the mike. Looking back, that was kind of obnoxious. By the time Lakutis had finished his set the club was packed and Kitty Pryde took over the DJ responsibilities with Hot Sugar in tow. It was her first attempt at DJing and she did a pretty great job. I was watching her and I could tell from her laughing that she was making mistakes, but somehow, they all worked. She paused the music by accident, but it felt intentional. Later, she started a song too slow and sped it up while it was playing, and that also seemed totally intentional. Kitty was followed by Fat Tony and Tom Cruz. Tom played all kids of rap, while Tony MCed. Around this point, the sea of people started to churn and move around a lot. People were dancing with their arms up and pointing at stuff. Tom took requests and played some reggaeton at one guy’s request. He also found some dude’s phone. What a nice DJ! Tony would yell over the music in classic rap style, and then we premiered his video. I yelled at everyone to shut up and then they watched this long video with guest appearances by all sorts of neat people who were in attendance at the party. People clapped and went really crazy, because Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire had shown up with DJ Sicksentz, and they gave a classic performance. SickSentz wore this crazy mask the whole time he was in the club. It was on from the moment he got there, while he was Djing and while he was just hanging out afterwards. That’s dedication. eXquire got the crowd moving and yelled awesome raps from the booth. I cannot overstate how electric the room was at this point. People were shaking their dreads and losing their minds in a very posi way. He kept people freaking right until it was time for Nasty Nigel from Children of the Night.I showed Nigel how to DJ a few months back, and he’s turned into a pretty good DJ. He played good stuff and rapped while DJing. Also, he uses a teeny tiny laptop plugged into Serato, and I think that is cute. He was followed by Cities Aviv, who just premiered a new record, and his girlfriend Tiffany, from Dark Sister. They played some rap and some dark stuff. It was real good. I played the final set of the night and put on various weird songs, and then I played my favorite songs of the people who DJed with me that night. Taking turns with Nasty Nigel rapping over COTN’s “Ilyas” and eXquire’s “Huzzuh” was pretty great. The party had to end eventually, and we ended it playing Fat Tony’s “Nigga You Ain’t Fat.” Then, there was a lot of hugging and the night was over, but we will always remember the magical evening of music, booze, and love. Take a look at my photos of the evening to try to see how good it was. - @nicholasgazin

(via NOISEY: We Hosted the Best Rap Party Ever on Tuesday)

Noisey threw a party at the Flat on Tuesday to premiere Fat Tony's new video, and it was a very intense hoot. If you weren’t there, then you probably can’t fathom the hoots that were had at this hip hop soiree. Life or Death asked Noisey if we were into the idea of throwing a party, and then Fat Tony, Gabby Shaw, and I contacted the other great new rappers (who aren’t currently on tour) and got all of them to come DJ and rap a little at our shindig.

I played the first DJ set of the night so as to spare anyone else the embarrassment of doing that. I played a lot of older, friendly rap songs like Just-Ice, Jungle Brothers, Del, Top Billing, and stuff like that. After playing “Oodles of O’s” off De La Soul is Dead, Fat Tony and I had a good chat about the dearness of that record to both of us. I guess most people like that record, but oh, what a record. Tom Cruz pointed out that it was the anniversary of ODB’s death, so I played his cover of “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart” and “Got Your Money.” By the time I was done with my opening set, people had shown up, including the next DJs, so I relinquished the DJ throne to Lakutis

Lakutis is a funny guy who had some ugly new gold teeth covers, which he kept showing off proudly while he DJed using an iPad in a chunky pink rubber case. At one point, he played one of the songs he’d sampled for his song “Ja Rule,” and I just sang his lyrics over it into the mike. Looking back, that was kind of obnoxious. 

By the time Lakutis had finished his set the club was packed and Kitty Pryde took over the DJ responsibilities with Hot Sugar in tow. It was her first attempt at DJing and she did a pretty great job. I was watching her and I could tell from her laughing that she was making mistakes, but somehow, they all worked. She paused the music by accident, but it felt intentional. Later, she started a song too slow and sped it up while it was playing, and that also seemed totally intentional. 

Kitty was followed by Fat Tony and Tom Cruz. Tom played all kids of rap, while Tony MCed. Around this point, the sea of people started to churn and move around a lot. People were dancing with their arms up and pointing at stuff. Tom took requests and played some reggaeton at one guy’s request. He also found some dude’s phone. What a nice DJ! Tony would yell over the music in classic rap style, and then we premiered his video. I yelled at everyone to shut up and then they watched this long video with guest appearances by all sorts of neat people who were in attendance at the party. People clapped and went really crazy, because Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire had shown up with DJ Sicksentz, and they gave a classic performance. 

SickSentz wore this crazy mask the whole time he was in the club. It was on from the moment he got there, while he was Djing and while he was just hanging out afterwards. That’s dedication. eXquire got the crowd moving and yelled awesome raps from the booth. I cannot overstate how electric the room was at this point. People were shaking their dreads and losing their minds in a very posi way. He kept people freaking right until it was time for Nasty Nigel from Children of the Night.

I showed Nigel how to DJ a few months back, and he’s turned into a pretty good DJ. He played good stuff and rapped while DJing. Also, he uses a teeny tiny laptop plugged into Serato, and I think that is cute. He was followed by Cities Aviv, who just premiered a new record, and his girlfriend Tiffany, from Dark Sister. They played some rap and some dark stuff. It was real good. I played the final set of the night and put on various weird songs, and then I played my favorite songs of the people who DJed with me that night. Taking turns with Nasty Nigel rapping over COTN’s “Ilyas” and eXquire’s “Huzzuh” was pretty great. The party had to end eventually, and we ended it playing Fat Tony’s “Nigga You Ain’t Fat.” Then, there was a lot of hugging and the night was over, but we will always remember the magical evening of music, booze, and love. Take a look at my photos of the evening to try to see how good it was.

@nicholasgazin

(via NOISEY: We Hosted the Best Rap Party Ever on Tuesday)

"BKNY" LYRICS

[Fat Tony]
I’m Mr. Mother Fucking like eXquire
Hold up, hold on, pipe down, I’m on the phone with National Enquirer
And the intern inquired, is she really my girlfriend?
Is my album gon’ be weird? And how much money have I acquired
I told her, “I can answer anything you desire”
She said we can’t be getting freaky or she’ll be fired
But I was an artist running like Forrest in the forest that she admired
She told me to meet her in Bed-Stuy
On Friday round a quarter to 5:00pm
I could barely get a break in them thighs
Yeah, we on the creep, R.I.P. Left Eye
I ain’t R. Kelly, but I’m thinking Kelly got that vibe
I pushed my pride aside to slide inside til she tired
Been in it for so long I might retire
Rode her like a carnival, read the article, said I was fire

I ain’t from there but I come there and I fuck a girl in Crown Heights
I ain’t from there but I come there, ain’t afraid to walk around at night
I’m in Bed-Stuy with a red eye, I’m the shit in Bushwick
Blowing kush in Flatbush, Brooklyn!

[Old Money]
Altantic ave, I’m dolla van
I’m Fulton Mall, I’m down at BAM
I’m Lafayette, I’m Utica
I’m Malcolm X, I’m Nostrand Ave
I’m Empire meet Remsen Ave
I’m Flatbush @ Farragut
I’m Kings Highway, Prospect Park
Linden Boulevard
I’m Brooklyn Bowl, I’m Southpaw
I’m Glasslands, I’m Union Hall
I’m Golden Crust, Crown Fried 
Bed-Stuy gentrified
I’m Pitkin Ave @ Rockaway
I’m museum first Saturdays
I’m the Parkway on Labor Day
I’m “yo son, BK!”
Holla, hold on hold on hold yow
Pahtee dun, babylon dem a show up yow
Church Ave, jerk chicken barrel smoke
Girls got the attitudes for reasons that we’ll never knooooow 
…….Camera towers eher’where, 
Pot holes in the road make your tires disappear
See the block, see it black, you gone see cops
Thats unless its a time when you need the cops
I need to stop, hop to the roti shop
Ali’s - for them doubles and some sour sop
Leaving, gypsy cab holla back
Only go a block and half, charge yo ass 3 stacks for that
Papi bodega got that face lift
But you go inside, it’s still the same shit
All day, ehhh day, that’s what we say
Liquor store corner store liquor store, BK!

[Fat Tony]
I ain’t from there but I come there and I fuck a girl in Crown Heights
I ain’t from there but I come there, ain’t afraid to walk around at night
I’m in Bed-Stuy with a red eye, I’m the shit in Bushwick
Blowing kush in Flatbush, Brooklyn!

Hey Abby in Williamsburg, I know me and my friends get up on your nerves
But thanks for letting us stay, I appreciate it til this day
And Danielle in Bushwick, you really are my heart, shit
I wanna give back what you gave but I’ma be here til your grave
I’m on the rooftop, barbecuing with Shaka Groovin’
AKA Tom Cruz, got the paparazzi pursuing
And they wanna see all of our activities
They wanna photograph all of our extremities
In my mind, I’m kind of akin to Socrates
On these B’s, I’m sort of like Hercules
Cause I be handling, traveling, on or off the court
Especially when I be off in the New York

I ain’t from there but I come there and I fuck a girl in Crown Heights
I ain’t from there but I come there, ain’t afraid to walk around at night
I’m in Bed-Stuy with a red eye, I’m the shit in Bushwick
Blowing kush in Flatbush, Brooklyn!

Fat Tony and Tom Cruz’s video for “BKNY” is more than a laid-back jam to soundtrack our memories of summers past, it’s also a helpful reminder that NYC has pretty strict public consumption of alcohol laws and you’re best off hiding that booze in an unlabeled bottle, paper bag, or at very least a coconut.

Directed and Produced by Ryan Muir
Photography: Ryan Muir, Jared Feldman, Ethan Moses
Post-Production: Ryan Muir
Asst. Editor: Jared Feldman

Cameo Appearances by…
Mr. Muthafuckin Exquire
10ille (Tennille)
Johnny Nelson
Nick Catchdubs
Kool A.D.
Melo-X
Lil’ Friday Hoe
Dark Sister
Chippy Nonstop
Jimmy JAMS
Nasty Nigel (Children of the Night) 


(via Noisey: Fat Tony - “BKNY”)

NOISEY & LIFE OR DEATH Present: FAT TONY’s “BKNY” Video Premiere PartyTHE FLAT (308 Hooper at South 5th in Brooklyn)Tuesday, November 13th, 9:00pmFree"Noisey and Life or Death teamed up to throw a party for the release of Fat Tony’s new music video for "BKNY" (feat. Old Money) [Produced by Tom Cruz]. It’s free. Some of the best new rappers are going to be there DJing and whooping it up, big time. You’re not going to find a better party on a Tuesday if you are a lover of modern rap music.” - Noiseyhttps://www.facebook.com/events/331757386922190/"[Tuesday, 11/13 The Flat’s] got the release party for Fat Tony’s "BKNY" music video with DJ sets from the man himself, plus Tom Cruz, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, DJ Sicksentz, Kitty Pryde, Lakutis, Cities Aviv, and Dapwell from Das Racist. Also free, 9 PM start." - Brooklyn Vegan http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/11/heems_le1f_fat.htmlDJ SETS BY…FAT TONY & TOM CRUZMR. MUTHAFUCKIN’ EXQUIRE & DJ SICKSENTZKITTY PRYDENASTY NIGEL (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT)LAKUTISCITIES AVIV vs. TIFFANY (DARK SiSTER)DAPWELL (DAS RACIST)
NOISEY & LIFE OR DEATH Present: FAT TONY’s “BKNY” Video Premiere PartyTHE FLAT (308 Hooper at South 5th in Brooklyn)Tuesday, November 13th, 9:00pmFree"Noisey and Life or Death teamed up to throw a party for the release of Fat Tony’s new music video for "BKNY" (feat. Old Money) [Produced by Tom Cruz]. It’s free. Some of the best new rappers are going to be there DJing and whooping it up, big time. You’re not going to find a better party on a Tuesday if you are a lover of modern rap music.” - Noiseyhttps://www.facebook.com/events/331757386922190/"[Tuesday, 11/13 The Flat’s] got the release party for Fat Tony’s "BKNY" music video with DJ sets from the man himself, plus Tom Cruz, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, DJ Sicksentz, Kitty Pryde, Lakutis, Cities Aviv, and Dapwell from Das Racist. Also free, 9 PM start." - Brooklyn Vegan http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/11/heems_le1f_fat.htmlDJ SETS BY…FAT TONY & TOM CRUZMR. MUTHAFUCKIN’ EXQUIRE & DJ SICKSENTZKITTY PRYDENASTY NIGEL (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT)LAKUTISCITIES AVIV vs. TIFFANY (DARK SiSTER)DAPWELL (DAS RACIST)

NOISEY & LIFE OR DEATH Present: FAT TONY’s “BKNY” Video Premiere Party

THE FLAT (308 Hooper at South 5th in Brooklyn)
Tuesday, November 13th, 9:00pm
Free

"Noisey and Life or Death teamed up to throw a party for the release of Fat Tony’s new music video for "BKNY" (feat. Old Money) [Produced by Tom Cruz]. It’s free. Some of the best new rappers are going to be there DJing and whooping it up, big time. You’re not going to find a better party on a Tuesday if you are a lover of modern rap music.” - Noisey
https://www.facebook.com/events/331757386922190/


"[Tuesday, 11/13 The Flat’s] got the release party for Fat Tony’s "BKNY" music video with DJ sets from the man himself, plus Tom Cruz, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, DJ Sicksentz, Kitty Pryde, Lakutis, Cities Aviv, and Dapwell from Das Racist. Also free, 9 PM start." - Brooklyn Vegan
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2012/11/heems_le1f_fat.html

DJ SETS BY…
FAT TONY & TOM CRUZ
MR. MUTHAFUCKIN’ EXQUIRE & DJ SICKSENTZ
KITTY PRYDE
NASTY NIGEL (CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT)
LAKUTIS
CITIES AVIV vs. TIFFANY (DARK SiSTER)
DAPWELL (DAS RACIST)

"BKNY" video by Ryan Muir coming soon. Smart Ass Black Boy.(Photo: Ryan Muir) 
"BKNY" video by Ryan Muir coming soon. Smart Ass Black Boy.(Photo: Ryan Muir) 

"BKNY" video by Ryan Muir coming soon. Smart Ass Black Boy.

(Photo: Ryan Muir