The Grimey Trap Party Took Over Gramercy Theater with DJ Sliink, Dirty South Joe, gLAdiator, and Fresh Direct
We recently caught up with DJ Sliink, Dirty South Joe, gLAdiator, and Fresh Direct when the Grimey Trap Party took over NYC's Gramercy Theater. After waiting in a line that curled around the block, we walked in just as Fresh Direct was finishing things off. gLAdiator followed, who closed out their set by jumping in the crowd and dancing with their fans. Dirty South Joe lived up to his name, spinning an hour's worth of raunchy, hyphy, craze-inducing tracks. And it almost goes without saying that Sliink, as always, kept the crowd bouncing.
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