Can you believe it’s been a whole year since 1992 the Party has been at Webster Hall’s House Party?! Thank you to everyone who has ever come out to support the party. Even if you haven’t yet, come by tonight! DJ sets by yours truly, Funk Flex, Just Blaze, Jasmine Solano, and more! There’s also a very special guest performance by Fetty Wap…1738! Looking forward to seeing all you Trap Queens and Kings tonight!
Celia Cruz, nicknamed The Queen of Salsa, was easily one of the most influential women in Latin music. After moving to New York during the height of the Cuban Revolution, Cruz and many other musicians combined a variety of rhythms, instruments, and their love for the culture to create salsa. With her powerful voice and lively presence, Celia was able to bring Latin music and culture to the attention of many Americans in the early 70’s.
During her life, Celia Cruz recorded a whopping 70 albums, collaborated with artists such as Patti La Belle and Wyclef Jean, won seven Grammys, and starred in many movies that highlighted Latin culture.
Despite her death in 2003, Celia’s lively legacy still lives on today.
Another Thursday night for the books at Webster Hall with 1992 the Party. As usual I jammed out with my crew DJ Huggybear and Deemehlow. If you’ve never been to our parties (which you should!), we play a mix of some of the greatest 90s and 00s hits. It’s a great (and wild) time ALWAYS so come check it out if you haven’t already.
Telling Deemehlow what songs to play / trying to be an emcee
My dear friends Angelica aka Angela and Kaki.
And for your viewing pleasure.. a clip of me hitting my shmoney dance.