Mon, April 15th

Kero One

hip-hop jazz TICKETS

Doors 7:00pm
Show 8:00pm
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15
Table Reservation (212) 777-1157

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door


Known for spearheading the jazz-hop movement, Kero One, a Korean-American rapper/producer/DJ raised in California, has been a full time hip-hop musician for over 10 years releasing four full length albums, dozens of 12" vinyl, mix CDs, and cassette tapes. A multitalented musician who can play numerous instruments, Kero has been garnering respect all over the globe as a producer’s producer, in addition to his thought-provoking lyrics and artful storytelling on the mic. Kero One's music has garnered praise from underground hip-hop staples like Aloe Blacc & Del the Funky Homosapien to legends like Stevie Wonder and even pop icons like, Jamie Cullum (BBC UK), Epik High (Korea), and Dynamic Duo (Korea) just to name a few.

Accompanying the veteran musician is Queens-raised rapper Rekstizzy, who’s well known for his raw stage performance and humorously reflective catalog that’s ribbed for pleasure. The up-and-comer’s self-released debutFake It Til You Naked garnered much fanfare amongst tastemakers, receiving coverage on Complex, VIBE, Smoking Section, Mass Appeal, and 2 Dopeboyz. With his new project Whatever YoU Say on its way, Stizzy is gearing up for a grand entrance like no other.

In addition, fellow Queens natives Mugshot of Deep Foundation crew, and modest-yet-cutthroat MC Budha will pepper any additional need for lyricism and hip-hop craftsmanship throughout the evening.

Jenni Suk

Jenni Suk

Korean-American musician Jenni Suk draws a wide array of influences from the likes of Kimbra, Little Dragon, Lauryn Hill, and Alicia Keys. Through YouTube, Jeni was able to craft a loyal fan base that's consistently growing. Her recent cover remake of "Trap Love" (which combines Rihanna's "Pour it Up," "Love Song," and Lil Wayne's "Bitches Love Me") was featured on WorldstarHipHop, garnering nearly half a million views outside of her YouTube following. Most recently, Jeni has featured on Kero One's "So Seductive," for the rapper's Color Theory album.