K Camp and Ghostface Killah Rock Out at Rocksmith Roof Top Party
Last night, Rocksmith and Mass Appeal partnered up for an epic roof top party that celebrated the first day of the lifestyle fashion trade show, Agenda.
Held at the Slamxhype headquarters in midtown NYC, the roof top event included an open bar courtesy of Jameson and Avion tequila. Along with the endless amount of free liquor, Rocksmith also provided attendees with free burgers and hot dogs as they had renowned Brooklyn chef, Hood Chef, in charge of the grill.
Providing the tunes for the night, Mr. Mecca and DJ Bobby Trends had the crowd in a frenzy as they went back and forth playing jams to the delight of there crowd. Around 8:15 p.m., scheduled guest and 2015 XXL Freshman, K Camp, hit the stage to perform two of his most known hits to date, "Slum Anthem" and "Lil Bit." The Atlanta rapper would close out his set by thanking the Rocksmith brand and taking pictures with the fans in attendance.
The surprise of the night came around 9:45 p.m. when out of nowhere Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah was brought to the stage. Tony Starks would kick things off with a classic off his 1996 debut album Ironman. Ghost would then go threw a slew of his hits before paying tribute to his fallen Wu member, ODB, as he performed in its entirety "Shimmy Shimmy Ya." Before closing his set, Ghostface blessed the fans with Rae's verse off "C.R.E.A.M." and his own solo hit "Cherchez La Ghost."
Check out some short clips of Ghostface's performance at the Rocksmith roof top party below.