From 2014-2016, House Party was the largest weekly hip-hop party anywhere on the planet, a New York City breaking ground for the hottest rappers of the era, from Post Malone, Fetty Wap, Bobby Shmurda, to Rae Sremmurd and countless others. Produced and conceptualized by Move Forward Music, House Party invited 2000+ revelers into Webster Hall and took over all four floors of the historic building.

NY Mag wrote, in its “Best of New York” 2016 issue, “that means meandering from a Jersey Club rave in the downstairs studio, to Vashtie’s old-school hip-hop party on the first floor, into Just Blaze and a cast of emerging rappers leading a mosh pit in the main room. O.T. Genesis’ Thanksgiving performance of Coco was so turnt, Busta Rhymes fell off the stage dancing”

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